3 Days 2 Nights Tsavo East - West National Park
Wonders of Tsavo East & Tsavo West - 3 Day Tours in Kenya
The Tsavo sister parks are Kenya’s largest, oldest, and certainly amongst the finest of the great wildlife reserves to explore on your African Safari. This private tour will keep you busy with unlimited game drives on the great expanse of Tsavo East and the scenic hills and savannah of Tsavo West. Between the two parks, all of Africa’s Big Five roam these fields and bush. This short safari is a perfect impulse getaway and no advance planning is needed. Just let us know and we’ll have you on safari in no time.
There’s so much to observe on this busy 3-day tour, so read through the itinerary below and let us know if you have any favorites. Umbato Safaris specializes in personalized getaway safari adventures!
All-Inclusive. Your 3-day Tsavo East/Tsavo West safari includes park entrance fees, game drives, accommodations and meals. Umbato Safaris always offers a choice of accommodations. Depending on your budget and style choose from economy, comfort or luxury safari lodges or tented camps.
However… please know that whatever level of accommodation you choose, your actual safari adventure with us will always be at our highest standards.
Ever hear of Tsavo lions? The adult males are famous for their appearance – they’re missing the usual mane. They are also historically fierce, as told by folklore from a hundred years past. We’ll be on the “hunt” for them in Tsavo East National Park, as well as other large and small predators throughout the vastness of this rugged reserve.
Rolling green hills, volcanic lava beds, monkeys, giraffes, lions and rhinos. Tsavo West National Park is a scenic feast of landscape and wildlife. We’ll pay a visit to lush Mzima Springs to walk near the hippos and crocodiles, then journey to the resident rhino sanctuary and try our luck spotting the big, elusive creatures.
- Tsavo East National Park
– Game viewing drives
– Lion, elephant, cheetah, giraffe, buffalo, antelope, warthog, ostrich, Baboons, birds…
– Herds of dust-red elephant wallowing, rolling or simply foraging
– The beautiful man made Aruba dam located on the north bank of the seasonal Voi River, is visited by thousands of animals and is a great game viewing destination.
– Mudanda Rock – this whale-backed rock towers above a natural dam, which acts as a draw to thousands of elephants
- Tsavo West National Park
– Scenic hills and valleys
– Game viewing drives
– Crocodile, hippo, exotic fish and migratory birds at the Mzima springs
– Africa’s limitless expanses of the wild.
– Lava flows
– Recent Volcanoes
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The best time to visit Kenya is during the Dry season from late June to October (these are the best wildlife viewing months). The wildebeest migration usually reaches the Masai Mara in August and remains until October when they move back to the Serengeti in Tanzania.
A vacation to Kenya for one week usually costs around KES83,195 for one person. So, a trip to Kenya for two people costs around KES166,390 for one week. … Two people traveling together for one month in Kenya can often have a lower daily budget per person than one person traveling alone for one week.
Yes its worth it to visit Nairobi for some few days. You can visit the Nairobi National Park and stay at eco-friendly camps and enjoy the game drives seeing abundance of wild animals. Then you can also visit the Giraffe Manor and the Elephant orphanage.