Tsavo East National Park

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Tsavo East National Park covers an area of about 12,000 km2 and 40% of Kenya's parks' total area. The park has a beautiful landscape of plains, rocky ridges and outcrops. Bordered beyond the Galana River by the length of the Yatta Plateau. One of the great spectacles of the park is the Mudanda rock between Voi and Manyani. This 1 1/2 km long outcrop is a water catchment area which supplies a natural dam at its base. In the dry season elephants come to drink and bathe.

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Tarhi Eco Camp is situated on the seasonal Voi River in Tsavo East National Park. It is a camp in the true "old style". Each tent has flush toilet and shower with hot and cold water. Power is supplied by generator and also solar powered lighting at night. Food, of local and international origines, is prepared over open braziers.     The camp is surrounded by Boskia trees and othe local vegetation and it over looks a waterhole where the animals come to drink.

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Red Elephant Safari Lodge is situated at the gate of Tsavo East National Park. just outside the town of Voi.     There are 15 guest rooms, built of local stone with makutu roofs. Each room is self-contained with bathroom with shower, flush WC., hot and cold water is available. The windows are covered by mosquito-wire to protect guests of insects and nets are provided.     The main building is covered by a big makuti roof. A mixture of European and African Cusine in fresh quality is offered.
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Pattersons Safari Camp is situated in Tsavo East National Park off the Nairobi-Mombasa road.     This Camp comprises 20 spacious tents, some of which accommodate up to 4 people, all with verandas overlooking the Athi River. All tents are en suite with hot running water and the décor is traditional Swahili architecture.

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Ndololo Safari Camp lies on the thick forested banks of the Tsavo river in Tsavo East National Park. The camp has 20 well spaced tents, each self contained with a verandah, furnished in a blend of ancient and modern with carved olive furniture and African artifacts. The local area is teaming with game, including the "Big Five", and a wide variety of bird species. Activities include walking with guides, Bush BBQs, and evenings around the camp fire.

Ndololo Safari Camp

Man Eaters Camp, a luxury tented camp nestled on the banks of the Tsavo River in Tsavo National Park. Just off the main Nairobi-Mombasa highway, Man Eaters Camp is an ideal stop over for travellers along the route, with accessibility to both Tsavo East and Tsavo West. 30 luxury en suite tents each with a breath taking view of the Tsavo River, built along the river bank. The tents are spacious, cool and blend in magically with the environment.

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Galdessa Safari Camp lies on the banks of the Tana river, shaded by dhom palms, a haven in the hot dry country side. The camp is divided into downstream and upstream bandas. The central buildings house a spacious dining area, a bar, and a large, comfortable lounge where guest will have their meals and relax during their free time from activities. This main area is located along the Galana river, where the majority of the game aggregate during the dry season.

Galdessa Safari Camp

Epiya Chapeyu Tented Safari camp lies in the heart of the Tsavo East National Park on the banks of the Galana River at the foot of the Yatta plateau. Set amongst Doum Palms and Acacia trees it is in perfect harmony with the local indigenous landscape and vegetation. The camp has 18 spacious tents all with typical “makuti” shade roof, with modern en suit bathrooms, flush toilet, hot water shower, and a double sink.

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