Tsavo West National Park
Tsavo West National Park is a national park in the Kenyan coast province, It is located in the south-eastern part of the country bordering Tanzanian in the south. The Nairobi-Mombasa Road and railway create a boundary with the Tsavo East National Park.
Tsavo west and East National parks, adjoining ranches and protected areas together combine to create the Tsavo conservation area managed by Kenya wildlife services
The park was established in 1948 and covered an area of 9065 km2. The park is home to various wildlife including lions, rhinos, elephants and leopards. The park holds the most significant single population of elephants in the world estimated to be over 14000
Rock climbing enthusiasts can find many opportunities for climbing here as well as wildlife enthusiasts who can enjoy watching lions, rhinos and elephants roam freely.
Volcanic activity in the area created extensive lava flows that formed the kisula caves complex, craters and hills, it is believed that one of the caves in the Chyulu hills is the second largest lava cave in the world
The Tsavo West National Park has a rich history that dates back to the early stone age. There are many archaeological sites that have been found in the park which date back to this period.
|Flora and Fauna||Lions, Rhinos, Elephants and Leopards|
Culture and history info
Stone age Archeological sites
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