Geography of Tsavo East

Divided by the Nairobi-Mombasa Highway, it lies to the East of the Road while Tsavo West lies to the West of the road. You will be able to see dust-red elephants and with some luck you may be able to see a breathtaking experience where you see the large mammals wallowing, rolling and spraying each other with the blue waters of the Galana River. Tsavo East also hosts the longest lava flow in the world measuring 300km in length forming the Yatta Plateau. This attracts migrating birds from all over the world making it an ornithological Paradise. Historically, it is the home of the Tsavo man-eaters where more than 130 white workers were eaten by lions during the construction the Kenya-Uganda railway. A series of rapids named after a European explorer who passed through the area on his way to Uganda, Captain Lugard foams into crocodile infested pools making it an unforgettable sight.