Cloud forests. Semi-arid scrublands. Volcanic lava fields. Name almost any kind of landscape, and Tsavo National Park’s got it.

The combination of Tsavo East and West make this the largest and oldest park in Kenya. It’s home to a third of Africa’s elephant population, but Tsavo West isn’t the park to visit if you’re looking to tick the Big Five off your list as quickly as possible. With its unique eco-system and fantastic views of Kilimanjaro, it’s the ideal park for adventurers looking for a path less travelled. In our chosen corner of the park, there are few crowds and we find the sense of solitude truly humbling.  

Places to stay

  • Finch Hattons

    Tsavo West

    If you’ve just been on safari, ticked off the Big Five and had your fill of early starts but aren’t...


We recommend flying into Nairobi then a transfer to Wilson airport for a light aircraft flight to the local airstrip.


Tsavo enjoys a good climate year round. January to March are particularly warm and dry; July to September is prime time for game viewing as it’s dry, the bush is less dense and animals are attracted to watering holes and rivers. 


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