Tsavo East & Tsavo West National Parks
TSAVO WEST NATIONAL PARK. Animals seen here are; elephant, lion, waterbuck, ostrich, oryx, marabou stork, mongoose, zebra, baboon, rock hyrax, impala, hyena, Ostrich and other variety of birds. Mzima springs, situated near Kilaguni lodge are a popular spot for Hippos, crocodile and fish. The underwater viewing chamber gives you a spectacular view of the hippos' submarine activities. Another attraction is the Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary, at the base of Ngulia hills. It is a 70 sq. kilometer surrounded by a meter-high electric fence and is home to more than 30 black rhino. In addition, the black lava flow outside the chyulu gate and climbing the chaimu crater makes an experience at Tsavo West a memorable one.
TSAVO EAST NATIONAL PARK. These rolling scrub-covered hills are home to large herds of elephants, usually covered with dust. The Kanderi swamp within the park is home to a variety of wildlife. The same thing with the Aruba Dam, built across the Voi River.
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