TSAVO EAST AND WEST TOUR (1)

TSAVO EAST & WEST TOUR

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KSh17,000

Tsavo West’s habitat includes open plains and savannah bush, semi-desert scrub, acacia woodlands, numerous rocky ridges and outcrops and swathes of riverine vegetation. Toward the Chyulu Hills, the landscape is of recent volcanic origin with some spectacular lava flows. The park is strikingly beautiful, particularly in the northern section close to the Chyulu Hills .

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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
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  • Activity Level Leisurely
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  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the TSAVO EAST & WEST TOUR.

Tsavo West’s habitat includes open plains and savannah bush, semi-desert scrub, acacia woodlands, numerous rocky ridges and outcrops and swathes of riverine vegetation. Toward the Chyulu Hills, the landscape is of recent volcanic origin with some spectacular lava flows. The park is strikingly beautiful, particularly in the northern section close to the Chyulu Hills .

REQUIREMENTS

✓ Identity card

✓ Extra clothes

Personal toiletries

✓ Mask

For booking and payments deposit to pay bill 511512 account Tsavo West and send your confirmation sms to +254720495797.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.

✓ Overland transport

✓ Meals

✓ Park fee

✓ Camping cost

✓ Ranger fee

What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.

➢ Drinks

Day 1 and day 3 lunch

➢ Tips

➢ Anything not mentioned above

  1. Day 1 TOUR TO MZIMA SPRINGS AND POACHER’S LOOKOUT

    From the sight of fifty million gallons of crystal clear water gushing out of from the under parched lava rock that is the Mzima Springs to the Shetani lava flows Poacher’s Lookout where visitors can see the teeming herds in the plains below, a beautiful, rugged wilderness.

    After touring the Mzima springs, devils lava Poacher’s Lookout, we enjoy sunset drive in park as we do a game drive on our way to our campsite.

     

  2. Day 2 TOUR LAKE JIPE AND LAKE CHALA

    After morning breakfast we drive to Lake Jipe which is situated on Kenya – Tanzania borders. Lake Jipe is a small, shallow lake (area 28 sq. km and average depth less than 3 m), lying astride the Kenya-Tanzania border, just to the east of the northern Pare Mountains of Tanzania (Mwanga district, in the Kilimanjaro region). It is 12 km long and 2.5 km wide, 12 square km belong to Tanzania and 14 square .

    LAKE CHALA

    Lake Chala is one of Tanzania’s hidden gems, also known as Lake Challa, is a crater lake that straddles the border between Kenya and Tanzania. The lake formed approximately 250,000 years ago, is fed entirely by underground springs from Mt Kilimanjaro. The turquoise blue and green waters are surrounded by diverse plants, trees and wildlife. The lake is suitable for swimming and kayaking. After touring and swimming in the lake, we set up our tents for our evening dinner and bonfire .

  3. Day 3 DRIVE BACK TO NAIROBI

    Our day begins with some morning Taerobics workout and body stretch. After stretch we take breakfast and begin our journey back to Nairobi. We are expected to be back to Nairobi by 6pm.