Explore the Beauty of Tsavo National Park in Style

The fusion of comfort and the unrivalled magnificence of Tsavo National Park, including the iconic Chyulu Hills, creates an unforgettable African safari experience.

Tsavo National Park is Kenya’s largest and oldest wildlife reserve, encompassing Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks, along with the magnificent Chyulu Hills. Spanning over 22,000 square kilometers, Tsavo boasts Mount Kilimanjaro towering in the distance. It’s larger than some European countries and six times the size of the Maasai Mara.

Having survived both World Wars, Tsavo National Park left behind beautiful battle scars as heritage sites and monuments. Tales from primal prehistoric and evolving modern worlds intertwine in our history books, adding another dimension to Kenya’s corner.

Furthermore, beyond boundless open space, rich history, and unrivaled biodiversity, millions of unadulterated African Wilderness acres await. This place celebrates the preservation of wildlife, culture, community, and history in their purest, most authentic form. You can discover these mysteries as Tsavo National Park’s natural beauty, including Chyulu Hills, envelops and leaves a permanent imprint on your soul.

Welcome to our Tsavo, where unforgettable memories await.

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Tsavo National Park

Our Wildlife & Birdlife

Step into the wild and experience Tsavo National Park, home to the largest population of striking red elephants in East Africa, including the iconic Chyulu Hills. These majestic creatures share their habitat with abundant wildlife, such as antelope, hippos, giraffes, and zebras.

Plus, sightings of our regal lions, the elusive leopard, wild dogs, and formidable buffaloes are part of your ultimate safari adventure. To top it off, the park’s birdlife is both captivating and alluring, with over 500 bird species, ranging from the dazzling Lilac Breasted Roller and the regal Eurasian Roller to the mighty Martial Eagles and Golden Weavers. It’s a true twitcher’s paradise.

Our Landscapes & Biodiversity

Traverse through the rainforests and semi-arid scrublands. Marvel at the ancient Jurassic-age granite monoliths and volcanic lava fields, including the iconic Chyulu Hills. Each exploration offers a glimpse into the storied past, from the cloud forest of the Chyulu Hills to the expansive cliffs of the Yatta plateau.

Also, endless opportunities for adventure and historical storytelling within the park’s ancient caves present themselves. This entices the intrepid traveller seeking a wealth of knowledge that one visit to Tsavo National Park, encompassing the Chyulu Hills, is impossible to fully unfold.

Our Unique Ecosystem

Nestled within this captivating wilderness, the Chyulu Hills emerge as a hidden gem within Tsavo National Park’s enchanting tapestry. 

The Chyulu Hills, shrouded in their own enigmatic charm, offer a sanctuary where nature’s wonders reveal themselves in subtle whispers. Their volcanic history and abundant wildlife seamlessly blend into Tsavo’s timeless narrative. As you explore these hills, you’ll discover the secrets they hold, perhaps even stumbling upon elusive species that make this place their home.

This harmonious convergence of Tsavo’s vast landscapes and the Chyulu Hills’ intriguing terrain creates an atmosphere that defies time, transporting you to an era when the Earth’s beauty was untouched by modernity. 

Empowering Locals

Community Engagement & Ecological Conservation

Working together with local tribes to protect the environment and its wildlife

Recognising Tsavo National Park’s rich heritage and cultural diversity, Finch Hattons has a mission. They recruit and retain talented Maasai and Kamba individuals, fostering kinship among 15 tribes.

Drawing inspiration from indigenous communities’ reverence for land and wildlife, including the captivating Chyulu Hills, the camp forges enduring relationships. It connects with the Maasai to the west, the Kamba to the east, and the Taita to the south. Moreover, they believe in the transformative power of grassroots conservation initiatives.

They integrate economic development and wilderness preservation, empowering communities to thrive while protecting ecosystems. Finally, they are proud to inspire a new generation of environmentalists and conservationists, sharing a commitment to preserving Kenya’s natural treasures like the iconic Chyulu Hills, for future generations.

Guest Reviews

Angèle Sarr
Angèle Sarr
October 11, 2023.
You will not regret coming. The camp is wonderfully beautiful and peaceful, with amazing staff, 3-star level food, and stunning views from your tent and the restaurant. You may see from your tent elephants, hippos, exotic birds, and so many other animals. I had a great great stay there (4 days / 3 nights) and would come back anytime!
Mr Mul
Mr Mul
September 6, 2023.
You will be having monkeys in your garden and hippo’s and croco’s in the pond. Luxurious and Exclusive. Nice place if you ready for some elegance and etiquette.
Din Meyy
Din Meyy
July 28, 2023.
Yann Metz
Yann Metz
July 9, 2023.
Amazing place, very private and hidden. Fantastic food and service. Many animals nearby.
May 26, 2023.

Silver Screen Moments

Tsavo National Park through Film and Documentary

The perfect canvas for filmmakers and travel photographers

Lights, camera, Tsavo!

This natural wonder, Tsavo National Park, is a vast and unique wilderness. Filmmakers and travel photographers consider it a dream canvas. Tsavo offers stunning backdrops, from wide-open plains to flora-rich landscapes. Its incredible scenery, including indescribable sunsets and sunrises, makes it an irresistible destination for visual artists. Additionally, the towering peaks of Kilimanjaro’s Kibo and Mawenzi, visible only from Tsavo, add to its allure.

To top it off, former US President Barack Obama describes Tsavo as one of the most beautiful places on earth.

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