Day 1: Mombasa - Tsavo East
You will be picked-up from your Mombasa hotel in the morning and drive along the Mombasa-Nairobi highway to Tsavo East. It takes two hours to the park, but before entering the park we shall have a stopover of maybe 30 minutes to freshen-up. We enter the Tsavo East through Bachuma Gate then start searching for Big Five ( Lion, Elephant, Rhino, Buffalo and Leopard ) We shall stop briefly at Aruba Dam to see animals drinking water. And proceed to Voi safari lodge or similar) for checking-in and lunch. After lunch you can decide to go for swimming or have a siesta. At 16.00 hrs it's time for the evening safari game-drive searching for the warthog, ostrich, jackal and many other different animals. Come back to your Tsavo East Safari lodge/camp at 18.00 hrs for dinner and overnight.

Day 1: Mombasa - Tsavo East, Tsavo West
Pick up from your Mombasa hotel in the morning drive to Tsavo East national pack which is renowned for its large numbers of elephants and the famous man eating lions Game en route to Voi safari lodge and have lunch. In the afternoon, proceed to Tsavo west with a game en-route to visit Rhino sanctuary and return to the lodge where there is usually a leopard trap and if you are lucky you will see it. Dinner and overnight at the Ngulia safari lodge

About Tsavo East
Tsavo East is one of the national parks of Kenya that is well known for its unique safari experience. It has been one of the oldest parks of Kenya, since it was found in 1948. There is another side to this park which is known as the Tsavo West, the reason why it was divided into east and west was because of a railway passing between these two sides. Also, it is well known as the largest park of Kenya as it covers thousands of kilo meters of land and has almost four gates.

Tsavo East is one of the national parks of Kenya that is well known for its unique safari experience. It has been one of the oldest parks of Kenya, since it was found in 1948. There is another side to this park which is known as the Tsavo West, the reason why it was divided into east and west was because of a railway passing between these two sides. Also, it is well known as the largest park of Kenya as it covers thousands of kilo meters of land and has almost four gates.