Tsavo East And Tsavo West Camps And Lodges

Possibly the world’s biggest game sanctuary. On the east side roam ‘red’ Elephants, named from the color of rich earth of the area they throw over themselves. On the west are the Mzima springs where Hippo and Crocodile bathe. A model national park in geographic, animal and plant diversity situated half way between Nairobi and Mombasa – making it ideal for those wanting to include both safari and coast on their itinerary. In the evening Tsavo Sunsets span the sky filling the horizons with incredible colour. One of the great geological spectacles of Tsavo East National Park is the Mudanda Rock 24 kilometers north of Voi Safari Lodge between the Voi and Manyani Gates. This stratified rock is a water catchment area supplying a dam at its base-a congregation point during dry seasons for hundreds of Elephant, Buffalo and other game which can be viewed from a vantage poing halfway up the rock. More popular of the two is the wilderness north of Tsavo West with its fine extensive plains, lava flows, steep rocky hills and the famous Mzima Springs. A natural wonder this oasis in arid lava plain pours out daily 2,250 liters of water that has traveled 48 kilometers under the ground from the Chyullu Hills. Hippos, Crocodiles and a wide variety of fish can be seen in the crystal clear water from a sunken observation tank. Numbering over 20,000 the world’s greatest concentration of elephants are the dominant animals of this park, for decades devastating vegetation to its present scrub grassland.

Voyager Safari Camp
Voyager Safari Camp is often referred to as the  “Jewel of Tsavo”. Formerly known as Ziwani. Voyager Safari Camp has simplistic beauty and charm. It is located in the majestic shadows of Mount Kilimanjaro, between the famous Amboseli game reserve and Tsavo West Game Park. Voyager Safari Camp sits right on the banks of the Tsavo River. The flow of water creates natural swamp lands within the rugged and often dry African bush, which ensures visitation by game throughout the year.
Finch Hattons Camp
Nestling at the foot of the Chyulu Hills is Finch Hattons, named after the aristocrat who introduced royalty to the bush, and whose style was impeccable. Finch Hattons is one man’s dream of the ideal – a genuine conservation-friendly luxury tented lodge.
In the Movie “Out of Africa”, Finch Hatton, played by Robert Redford went on a safari. He took with him Mozart and cut crystal, fine wines and real porcelain. Finch Hattons Camps exemplifies this style of luxury. Finch Hattons is located 55 minutes by air from either Mombasa or Nairobi.
Severin Safari Camp
Severin Safari Camp is situated in Tsavo West, the biggest national park in Kenya. It is to be found about 250 kilometres from Mombasa and  offers the possibility to experience the »BIG FIVE« (i.e. elephant, leopard, buffalo, lion and rhino). Besides lions, buffalos, leopards and an uncountable number of species of birds this park is where the biggest population of elephants in Kenya is at home.
On good days the camp offers a wonderful view of the Kilimanjaro. It is only 10 kilometres to the Mzima Springs, the source of a lake with crocodiles and hippos. From the nearby Poacher’s Lookout visitors can enjoy a magnificant view of the never-ending expanse of the national park.
Kilaguni Serena Lodge
The first lodge ever to be built in a Kenyan National Park, Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge is superbly situated in the lee of Mount Kilimanjaro, encircled by volcanic splendor, adjacent to a teeming water hole and daily visited by vast herds of elephant, buffalo and plains game. Inspirationally positioned so that not only all the rooms but also the open-air restaurant, timbered game-viewing decks and rock-built bar enjoy uninterrupted views of the legendary snows of Kilimanjaro, the lodge also stands central to miles of lion-stalked grasslands, elephant-studded plains and wildlife-teeming bush and is ideally placed for visits to all the park’s prime attractions.
Faced in volcanic stone and utilizing the natural rocky outcrops of a valley known as ‘the place of the young rhino’, from which it takes its name, the lodge has been designed to blend chameleon-like into the savannah landscape.
Ngulia Safari Lodge
Built in 1969, is located in Tsavo West National Park which a home to a big host of wild animals.  It can be accessed from Nairobi (260 km away), through Mtito Andei Gate or from Mombasa (250km away) through Tsavo River Gate. The Lodge is perched on the Ndawe Escarpment just below Ngulia Hills, overlooking the Rhino Sanctuary surrounded by Scenic Hills. Ngulia Safari Lodge no doubt has one of the most breathtaking views in Kenya. Guests take guided expeditions to Mzima Springs ( a living Oasis inhabited with fish, crocodiles and hippos), Hippo Point ( inhabited with hippos and crocodiles), Shetani Caves, Chaimu Lava flows, Kichwa Tembo and Roaring Rocks among others.
The Lodge has 52 standard rooms, all with bath and shower and a balcony with a view of the vast wilderness and floodlit water holes.