The Tsavo park extends for over 23,000 km² and is split into East and West. It is the largest park in Kenya and one of the biggest in the world. The altitude ranges between 200 m to the 2,000 m of the highest peaks. It takes its name from the River Tsavo which crosses it.
Tsavo East is largely savanna, whilst Tsavo West has a greater variety of environments and ecosystems; there are savannas of red earth, with small shrubs or decidedly barren, forested hills, baobab forests, river forests and oases with fresh springs rich with palm trees and plant life.
This is of the wildest natural parks and as such you can see a wide variety of animals including Tsavo red elephants, giraffes, gazelles, lions and cheetahs.