Tsavo East National Park
Tsavo East National Park with 13747sq km situated in a semi-arid area in Coast Province Kenya between Nairobi and Mombasa. The park divided into east and west sections by highway and a railway. Named after Tsavo River which flows west to east of the park, The park borders with Chyulu Hills National Park and Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania.
Tsavo East nestled east side of Nairobi – Mombasa highway covered by vast arid bush land, the aruba dam located at the north bank of seasonal Voi River, Mudanda rock a whale backed rock towers above a natural dam which acts as a draw to large herds of Elephants, also is a longest lava flow in the world at 300 km in length, a heat shimmering edge of yatta plateau and an ornithological paradise, Lugards falls which Galana River water plunge.
The park inhabited with Gerenuk, Waterbucks, Rhino, Buffalo, Lesser Kudu, Hirola, Lion, Leopard, Hippo and Crocodile with over 500 bird species.