• a herd of elephants walking across a dirt field

Tsavo National Park Holidays

The sight of elephants rolling in the red dust and spraying each other with water along Galana River is probably our favourite part of a safari in Tsavo National Park.

At nearly 22,000 square kilometres, Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya; made up of two distinct and separate parks –Tsavo East and Tsavo West – the area is split into two by the railway line from Mombasa to Kenya. Tsavo East is relatively flat with dry plains which the Galana River flows across, whereas Tsavo West National Park is mountainous and wetter with swampy areas,

Some of the most quintessential sights of Kenya can be found here, from the heat-shimmering Yatta Plateau, the longest lava flow in the world, to herds of rhino, hippo, lions, leopards and Cape buffalo wandering the plains.

Combine your taste of the wild life with a stay in beautiful, vibrant Nairobi, or retreat to the calming shores of coastal Mombasa – whatever your aspiration, our Destination Specialists can tailor make an itinerary just for you. 

Time Zone

GMT+3

Currency

Kenyan shilling (KES)

Visa Information

British citizens need to obtain a visa for Kenya.

Language

English is widely spoken.

Health Information

Special vaccines are required for travel to Kenya.

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