Tsavo East National Park, situated in Semi-arid areas within Voi and Taita Taveta County, is one of the oldest and largest parks in Kenya covering an area of 13, 747 square Kilometers. The park bordering Tsavo West National Park is divided by the Nairobi-Mombasa highway and railway line but animals have freeway of migration within the two parks.
Tsavo East National Park, been a huge semi-arid wilderness is home to most safari animals that can be visited throughout the year, and although wildlife densities aren’t large, spotting animals is always possible here due to the lack of foliage. Tsavo East is home to all of the Big Five. The park is a stronghold for elephants, and you’ll commonly find them with a reddish appearance from the distinctive red soil of the area. Tsavo is also famous for its Maneless lions and the prolific birdlife features 500 recorded species.