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Tsavo East National Park

Tsavo East National Park is by far the biggest of Kenya’s parks. At more than 13,700km², Tsavo East is nine times bigger than the Maasai Mara National Reserve: indeed you could fit the whole of the Mara reserve into the southern tip of Tsavo East National Park, south of the Voi River. Most famous for its huge herds of dust-red elephants, more than 10,000 of them bulldoze their way around this vast park.

There are very few camps and lodges here and, relatively speaking, almost none, with the majority of them close to Voi in the west, near the Mombasa highway. You often have the park to yourself, watching the wildlife under a huge sky: no matter what you’re looking at, Tsavo East always feels like a big spectacle.

Tsavo West National Park

Tsavo West covers an area of over 21,000 square kilometers. This park has some of the most dramatic scenery of all the Kenyan national parks, more so than Tsavo East which consists more of open savannahs. The landscape consists of volcanic hills, sweeping areas of savannah.
Tsavo West has large populations of elephants, hippos, leopards and zebras.

Wesu Rock

Wesu rock is located at wesu in Wundanyi sub county Taita Taveta county it’s a nice place for adventure and the place you can always enjoy visiting.

Main Activities: Mountain Climbing, Trekking, Hiking and Bird Watching


The Taita Hills are a large series of mountains located in Taita – Taveta County. They are the most northerly of what are known as the Eastern Arc Mountains that stretch all the way into Tanzania. They are unique in that due to to the fact that that they have not eroded as fast as the surrounding areas and as such jut out of the landscape creating a high-altitude isolated oasis filled with endemic species of both plants and animals.

Main Activities: Mountain Climbing, Trekking, Hiking and Bird Watching

Kenyatta Cave

Kenyatta Caves is located in Mwaguwi, Taita Taveta County. It is referred to as the Kino cave by the locals. The cave is home to several holy shrines of the Taita, some hidden in labyrinth of the cave that dot the hill. It served as one of the hideouts of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and the Kapenguria Six at the height of the struggle for independence. Other celebrated figures said to have visited at the cave in the 1950s and 1960s were the late Jaramogi Oginga Odinga,Tom Mboya, Bildad Kaggia, Achieng’ Oneko, Ronald Gala and Mr. Paul Ngei.