Tsavo National Park, located in East Africa, is a sprawling wilderness wonderland that encapsulates the untamed beauty of Kenya. Spanning over 22,000 square kilometers, it ranks as one of the largest national parks on the continent. Tsavo is divided into two distinct sections, Tsavo East and Tsavo West, each offering unique experiences. Tsavo East showcases vast open plains, home to a diverse array of wildlife, including the iconic “Red Elephants” due to the region’s red soil. In contrast, Tsavo West boasts rugged terrain, volcanic landscapes, and the enchanting Mzima Springs, where hippos and crocodiles can be observed through underwater viewing windows. Together, these pristine landscapes make Tsavo National Park a safari enthusiast’s dream and a haven for nature lovers.