Boundless space. Varied terrain. Unrivalled biodiversity. And something else – something magical, something difficult to define. For all these reasons and more, Tsavo will leave an indelible imprint on you. This is the African bush as you’ve never known it before.
Tsavo is Kenya’s oldest and largest national park. Dating to 1948 and totalling nearly 22,000 square kilometres, it is six times the size of the Maasai Mara and larger than a number of European countries.
The park borders Kenya’s Chyulu National Park and Tanzania’s Mkomazi National Park, as well as various sanctuaries, conservancies and group ranches. When you stand on our viewing deck, everything you see is protected ground.
It’s quite difficult to portray the magic of Tsavo in just a few words… It really grips your soul. Tremendous contrasts everywhere. Tsavo, in fact, has a greater bio-diversity than any other place on earth. The more you know about nature, the more you can learn.
DR DAME DAPHNE SHELDRICK
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children.”