In this comprehensive guide, I will review the top seven safari lodges in East and West Chavo.
Kenya is one of the best countries in Africa to go on safari. With its vast landscapes, winding rivers and incredible wildlife viewing opportunities, it's also one of my favorite countries on the continent.
But with so many options, it can be difficult to decide which inn is right for you. That's why I'm here to help! I have traveled extensively in Kenya and compiled this guide to the best lodges in Tsavo.
Overview of Tsavo East and West, Kenya
Kenya's Tsavo East and West National Parks are two of Africa's most popular destinations for wildlife viewing and an authentic and immersive safari experience.
Together, the two parks are known as “Tsavo National Park Ecosystem', which covers an area of approximately 22,000 square kilometers (8,500 sq mi). It is Kenya's largest game park and one of the largest protected wildlife areas in Africa.
In addition to the best wildlife viewing on the continent, the parks feature a wonderful array of different landscapes, from rugged mountains to vast savannahs and lush forests.
Tsavo West is slightly smaller than Tsavo East and has spectacular volcanic landscapes and red soil (which helps give the elephants their distinctive red color). Tsavo East is known for its green hills and acacia forests.
Both parks offer spectacular wildlife viewing opportunities, with large populations of elephants, lions, cheetahs and giraffes, not to mention a rich variety of birds.
Although usually not that easy to spot, you also have a pretty decent chance of seeing rhinos and leopards here too.
In terms of accommodation, Tsavo West lodges tend to be more expensive and luxurious than those in Tsavo East, although East generally receives fewer visitors than West, so it can be a great option for quiet, undisturbed game viewing.
Whichever Tsavo National Park you choose to visit, you'll find a range of accommodation options, from simple campsites with basic amenities to luxury safari lodges.
Read my selection of the best places to stay in Tsavo East and West.
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The best accommodation in Tsavo West National Park
Tsavo West has some of the best lodges for those who want to experience the thrill of the African bush while enjoying top levels of comfort.
All the lodges below offer excellent facilities, beautiful views and experienced safari guides to help ensure an unforgettable stay.
Finch Hattons Luxury Lodge (one of the best luxury lodges in Tsavo)
Finch Hattons is a world-renowned tented camp known for its luxury suites, spa and fine dining. It offers guests an exclusive five-star experience and is widely regarded as one of the best safari lodges in Kenya.
The inn is located on a large private concession, adjacent to a natural spring that feeds a series of pools used as water fountains by the local fauna. You are likely to see hippos relaxing in and around the pools, as well as crocodiles and other reptiles.
The tents are located with a perfect view of the water, giving you an unparalleled opportunity to see wildlife and birds. There are no fences and the animals can come and go as they please.
Finch Hattons Lodge Key Features:
- Exclusive Location: The lodge is located in a vast concession area, providing an exceptional private experience. The place is also known for its diverse wildlife.
- Large and beautifully designed suites in safari tents with elegant antique furniture, private bathroom, hot and cold water and mini bar.
- Each tent has a large terrace with tables, chairs and a fantastic panoramic view of the holes.
- An excellent restaurant with excellent food where you will enjoy 6 course dinners.
- There is also a comfortable private lounge, a library and a well-stocked bar, among other facilities.
- Pool with bar service, as well as a large outdoor terrace and lounge with stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro.
- East Africa's largest bush spa with outdoor massage pavilions, hammam, yoga area and gym.
- Private airstrip.
Salt Lick Safari Lodge
Salt Lick Safari Lodge is another excellent accommodation in Tsavo West. This place really stands out because of its distinctive architecture and fantastic location in the Taita Hills Wildlife Reserve on the edge of Tsavo National Park.
The inn has a series of luxurious rooms set on stilts and connected by a series of elevated walkways, providing great views of a local watering hole and the surrounding bushland.
It is common to see a wide variety of wildlife (especially elephants) from the comfort of your room.
Overall, Salt Lick Safari Lodge is a unique and impressive lodge that offers a completely different experience than most other safari lodges in Kenya.
Salt Lick Safari Lodge Key Features
- The entire complex of accommodations has an incredibly unique and innovative architecture, with many buildings connected by elevated walkways that offer unobstructed views.
- Double rooms, twin rooms and executive suites, all built on stilts and with panoramic views of the surrounding area and wildlife from the rooms and private balconies.
- Excellent facilities including on-site restaurant, bar and lounge, as well as a wellness spa, with a peaceful and serene atmosphere.
- The lodge is located in the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, which is particularly scenic and home to a wide variety of wildlife, including a large number of elephants.
- Day and night safaris, for a chance to see animals both at night and during the day.
- Guided nature walks in the Taita Hills.
- The inn also offers workshops where visitors can learn about the customs and traditions of the Taita people who live in the Taita Taveta area.
Severin Safari Camp
Severin is another excellent camp in Tsavo West National Park. It is located near the Mzima springs and the Tsavo River, in a plain that is home to a large number of animals.
The camp is owned and operated by a German couple and has won several ecotourism awards for its commitment to sustainability and ethical safari tourism.
It offers an authentic safari experience with beautiful views and a variety of outdoor activities. The camp offers comfortable accommodation with air-conditioned tents and hostels.
Main features of Severin Safari Camp
- Fantastic location, surrounded by spectacular volcanic scenery and close to Mzima Springs and the Tsavo River.
- Strong focus on sustainable and responsible ecotourism and safari tourism.
- Activities on offer include game drives and guided walks to Mzima Springs, led by experienced rangers who will introduce you to the area's diverse flora and fauna.
- Luxurious luxury tents and suites, plus self-catering facilitiescomplexes(traditional thatched houses) for those who want to keep costs low while enjoying this fantastic retreat.
- All rooms have a spectacular setting overlooking the savannah and its resident wildlife.
- Excellent facilities including pool and massage gazebo, private toilets with hot water, verandas and fireplace.
- Gourmet meals are prepared by experienced chefs using local ingredients and products from their own organic farm.
- There are many breakfast and dinner options to choose from, including intimate bush dinners and romantic breakfasts.
Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge
From here you can enjoy great views of the green hills of Chyulu and even Mount Kilimanjaro.
This enchanting location allows you to spot wildlife from the comfort of your chalet or take a game drive in the nearby savannas and grasslands.
The sanctuary has a swimming pool for guests and overlooks its own watering hole, where you can watch elephants, buffaloes and other wildlife drinking and bathing.
Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge offers a range of spacious and comfortable rooms, tastefully decorated to reflect the local Maasai culture. All rooms have all the modern amenities you would expect from a quality boutique hotel.
Key features of Kilaguni Serena Lodge
- The property is located on a volcanic hill with stunning views of the Maasai plains below and the nearby Chyulu Hills.
- Each unit has a private balcony and a private bathroom with free toiletries and slippers.
- There is a gym, swimming pool (with bar service) and massage kiosk.
- Top quality à la carte and buffet meals are served in the chalet's beautiful thatched-roof dining room.
- A well-stocked bar with a gazebo overlooking the watering hole.
- Opportunity to learn more about traditional conservation techniques and farming techniques used by local communities such as the Maasai.
Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp
If you are looking for a moderately priced safari lodge in Tsavo, Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp is a great choice.
Voyager Ziwani is located on the western edge of Tsavo National Park, on the banks of the Sante River and offers panoramic views of Mount Kilimanjaro and the surrounding savannah.
Their tents have wooden floors, four-poster beds, private bathrooms and spacious patios to enjoy the breathtaking views.
The area is home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, giraffes, zebras, hyenas and hippos.
Main features of Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp
- More moderately priced than many of the other Tsavo lodges, but still offering high levels of comfort and excellent wildlife viewing.
- Fully furnished double and twin tents have private verandas and en-suite bathrooms.
- Various activities such as ranger walks and night walks can be arranged.
- A good base to explore nearby Lake Chala and other parts of Tsavo.
- The secluded location and stunning views.
The best accommodation in Tsavo East National Park
There are not as many hotels and guesthouses in Tsavo East as in Tsavo West. However, there are some really great ones.
Ashnil Aruba Lodge
In the heart of Tsavo East National Park, this fantastic lodge is located next to the Aruba Dam, a man-made reservoir that attracts a large number of animals.
It is an amazing spot for wildlife viewing. A huge number of lions, cheetahs, elephants, buffaloes, giraffes, gazelles and many other animals gather here to drink and cool off. A group of hippos also lives in the dam.
Ashnil Aruba Lodge enjoys a perfect vantage point over the dam and also has a pool from which you can watch the animals graze and play.
Main features of Ashnil Aruba Lodge
- Fantastic location overlooking the Aruba Dam - one of the best spots for concentrated wildlife sightings in Tsavo East Park.
- Elegantly decorated rooms and fixed tents with private verandas and a range of amenities.
- It is common to see large herds of elephants, buffaloes, zebras and giraffes from your room/tent door.
- The guesthouse is surrounded by greenery, providing a peaceful and serene atmosphere.
- Visitors can take guided nature walks around the dam as well as game drives to explore other parts of Tsavo East National Park.
Man Eaters Lodge
If you want to spend time in Tsavo East and West, Man Eaters Lodge is definitely worth a look.
Conveniently located between the two parks, on the banks of the Tsavo River, this guesthouse is one of the best budget options in the area.
The fixed tents are spacious and comfortable, with balconies overlooking the river where you can watch elephants, hippos, buffalo and zebras come to drink.
And if you're wondering about the name, this inn is located near where the "Chavo cannibals(pair of maneless male lions) killed and ate a large number of people building the Kenya-Uganda Railway in 1898.
Main features of Man Eaters Lodge
- Panoramic views of the vast plains and hills of Tsavo East National Park.
- Excellent value for money - definitely one of the best budget options.
- Convenient location for games in Tsavo East and West.
- There is a year-round outdoor pool and terrace with seating, as well as an excellent restaurant, shared lounge and bar.
- Great staff - everyone is incredibly friendly and helpful.
- Local wildlife is abundant and includes leopards, elephants, buffaloes and lions.
- Animals are often seen walking around the camp at night, including zebras and elephants. (Thankfully, these days, you're unlikely to find man-eating lions here!)
How to get to Tsavo National Park
For most visitors, the easiest way to access Tsavo East and West is to fly into Nairobi or Mombasa andarranging a transferfrom there.
Most of the above accommodations can help you arrange a transfer to and from the venue - contact them if you are unsure.
Some even manage to be transported by light aircraft, although this significantly increases the cost compared to a normal road transport.
Mombasa is closer – about 200 kilometers (3-4 hours drive) from Tsavo city, near the center of Tsavo National Park. From Nairobi it is about 280 kilometers (4-5 hours).
If you're feeling adventurous,you can also rent a carand you drive yourself. You will need a 4WD vehicle to access most of the accommodation described in this post – again, please contact the accommodation directly.
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For those looking for public transport options, buses run from both Mombasa and NairobiVoi town (see on Google Maps), which is an important transportation hub for the region. From Mombasa, it takes about 3 hours. from Nairobi, it is 6 hours.
Budget travelers: see meKenya Backpacking Guide.
How to organize a safari in Tsavo East and West
Most people organize their Tsavo East and West National Park safaris through their accommodation. If you stay at one of the lodges above, the staff can help you organize everything.
You can usually book either a morning or an afternoon safari which lasts around 3 to 4 hours.
You will be driven by experienced guides who are familiar with the area and know the local wildlife. It's a fantastic way to explore the parks amazing landscapes and animals, all from the comfort and safety of a jeep safari.
Alternatively, you can organize one1 day safari as a day tripfrom Nairobi or Mombasa. This can be a good option if you don't have much time but want to see Tsavo National Park.
However, for the full safari experience, I always recommend spending at least one night in the park if you can.
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Whether you're a seasoned safari visitor or a first-time visitor, all of these lodges will make the perfect base for exploring the stunning natural beauty of Tsavo National Park.
I hope this guide to the best safari lodges in Tsavo East and West has helped make your decision a little easier. Whichever lodge you decide to stay in, get ready for an unforgettable experience!
Have you ever stayed at one of these amazing lodges? Are there any others I didn't include but should be on this list? Let me know below!
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Tsavo national park is located near the Voi Town which is the closest largest town around the park. The park is found in Taita-Taveta County which was the former prince of the Coat.Where is Tsavo East located in Nairobi? ›
Tsavo East is in southeast Kenya, 325km/201mi from Nairobi and 250km/ 155mi from Mombasa and roughly a five-hour drive. The main access routes are through Chyulu Gate from Amboseli and Mtito Andei Gate from Nairobi. Visitors from Mombasa will make use of Tsavo Gate near Manyani.What are the hills in Tsavo National Park? ›
Tucked away between Tsavo West National Park and Amboseli National Park, Chyulu Hills National Park boasts striking and diverse landscapes. Chyulu is a rugged wilderness still showing signs of its volcanic origins – and boasting some of the best views of Kilimanjaro.How long is Tsavo National Park? ›
Discover iconic Tsavo National Park
Combined, Tsavo is Kenya's biggest park and, at 22,000 km² (13,671 miles), one of the world's largest game sanctuaries. It is particularly well known for its large herds of elephants and captivating landscapes.
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Largely roadless, Tsavo harbors around 12,000 elephants and over 10% of Africa's great tuskers.Which is better Tsavo East or west? ›
Tsavo West covers 7,065 square km (2,728 square miles), a little less than a third of the total area of Kenya's national parks. With its diverse habitats of riverine forest, palm thickets, rocky outcrops, ridges, mountains, and plains, it's more attractive and certainly more accessible than Tsavo East.How many hours from Tsavo to Mombasa? ›
Yes, the driving distance between Tsavo to Mombasa is 203 km. It takes approximately 2h 55m to drive from Tsavo to Mombasa.Who is the owner of Tsavo Kenya? ›
The TSAVO story starts from the inspirational investment journey of our founders Leornard & Emily Mcharo, who cracked the formula to achieve financial independence by investing in real estate. Through their journey, they decided to share this great model with everyone, and thus TSAVO was born.What animals are in Tsavo West National Park? ›
Leopard, Cheetah, Wild dogs, Buffalo, Rhino, Elephant, Giraffe, Zebra, Lion,Crocodile, Mongoose, Hyrax, Dik- dik, Lesser Kudu, and Nocturnal Porcupine. Prolific birdlife features 600 species.
"Tsavo," the guide began, "means 'place of slaughter.What wildlife is in Tsavo East National Park? ›
The park forms the largest protected area in Kenya and is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust –red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, lesser Kudu, gerenuk and the prolific bird life features 500 recorded species.Is Tsavo National Park worth it? ›
Tsavo provides the perfect safari destination if you're looking for a unique, authentic experience far from the overcrowded, more popular parks like the Masai Mara and Amboseli which is close. And because Tsavo is less than 100 km from Kenya's coast, it makes a great combo for that special bush and beach getaway.Why visit Tsavo East National Park? ›
They are recommended for tourists to get an amazing wildlife viewing experience in Tsavo national park and to catch sight of wildlife species as they graze around the national park such as elephants, buffalos, baboons, warthogs, waterbucks, impalas, zebras, hyenas, giraffes, kudus, antelopes, leopards among others.What is the largest national park in Kenya? ›
Tsavo West & East National Parks
Tsavo is the largest national park in Kenya at 22 000km², making it one of the largest in the world.
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Tsavo East National Park is a national park in Kenya with an area of 13,747 km2 (5,308 sq mi). It was established in April 1948 and covers a semi-arid area previously known as the Taru Desert. Together with the Tsavo West National Park, it forms an area of about 22,000 square kilometers.How much is a game drive at Nairobi National Park? ›
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Currently Tsavo national park is one of the largest game reserves, providing undeveloped wilderness homes to vast numbers of animals, famous are the Tsavo lions, a population whose adult males often lack manes entirely, in total there are about 675 lions in the Amboseli-Tsavo ecosystem.How many lions were in Tsavo? ›
In 1898, two lions terrorized crews constructing a railroad bridge over the Tsavo River, killing—according to some estimates—135 people. “Hundreds of men fell victims to these savage creatures, whose very jaws were steeped in blood,” wrote a worker on the railway, a project of the British colonial government.
The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, founded in 1995, is the nation's largest natural-habitat refuge developed specifically for African and Asian elephants.How far is Tsavo East from Tsavo West? ›
Overnight at your Tsavo east safari lodge/ tented camp. The park is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust-red elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbuck, Lesser kudu, Gerenuk and Hirola. TSAVO EAST – TSAVO WEST (60 km – Approx. 1 hr.)What is the elevation of Tsavo West National Park? ›
Location. It lies in the southwest Kenya, inland from the coast, 232 km south of Nairobi and 250 km north of Mombasa. At an altitude of 229-2,000 meters above sea level.What river cuts through Tsavo National Park? ›
Much of the Tsavo Park is level, open grassland, with scattered rocky outcrops. The Yatta Plateau, along, flat-topped lava ridge, runs along the western boundary, and beneath it flows the Athi River; this joins the Tsavo River to become the Galana River, a permanent stream that cuts right across the Park.What is the closest airport to Tsavo? ›
Airports near Tsavo
The nearest airport to Tsavo is Mombasa (MBA).
The morning train leaves at 8:00 am, the Afternoon train at 3:00 pm, and the Night Train at 10:00 pm daily. Below is the full schedule for trains from Nairobi to Mombasa.What is the closest airport to Tsavo National Park East? ›
Airports near Tsavo National Park East
The nearest airport to Tsavo National Park East is Mombasa (MBA).
The Tsavo Man-Eaters were a pair of man-eating male lions in the Tsavo region of Kenya, which were responsible for the deaths of many construction workers on the Kenya-Uganda Railway between March and December 1898.What happened in Tsavo Africa? ›
In March 1898, the British started building a railway bridge over the Tsavo (SAH-vo) River in Kenya. But the project took a deadly turn when, over the next nine months, two maneless male lions mysteriously developed a taste for humans and went on a killing spree.Did the Tsavo lions have a lair? ›
Researchers have studied the Tsavo maneless lions, and have located the man-eater's lair as shown in Patterson's book. The story's fame was re-kindled by the 1996 film The Ghost and the Darkness, named for the two lions. In surprise the railways are still in use today.
There are a number of points along the river's banks for viewing Lugard's falls, the Yatta plateau, crocodiles and other animals.Are there crocodiles in Tsavo? ›
Other Tsavo west national park animals include the aquatic animals like Hippos and crocodiles. The park has large schools of hippos and large crocodiles along the famous Tsavo River.Are there lions in Tsavo East? ›
Tsavo East National Park offers great wildlife viewing in pristine wilderness. All of the Big Five are here. Elephants are common, and their red dust coating makes them stand out against the arid environment. Of the big cats, lions are most easily spotted.How old was queen of Tsavo? ›
Dida, also known as Queen of Tsavo, was aged between 60 and 65 years, the upper age limit of an elephant in the wild. The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) hailed her as an “iconic matriarch” of the Tsavo East National Park.Why did the lions of Tsavo eat people? ›
But he maintained that there were two major reasons the lions hunted humans: a lack of prey because of the cattle plague, plus an unusual influx of new food — exposed humans along the railway. “It's not unique for lions to attack people. It's a problem for the reality of lion conservation,” he said.How many people did the lions of Tsavo eat? ›
For 9 months in 1898, two lions terrorized the southern Kenyan region of Tsavo, killing as many as 135 people by one account. Although the almost mythic tale has spawned three movies, people still debate the final death toll.What is the best time to visit Tsavo national park? ›
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We also found, at Satao Camp in Tsavo East, the first inland record of a rare Kenyan endemic snake, the Malindi Centipede-eater, Aparallactus turneri.Are there elephants in Tsavo national park? ›
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One of Kenya's larger parks, Tsavo West comprises a huge variety of landscapes including swamps, natural springs, rocky peaks, extinct volcanic craters, rolling plains and sharp outcrops blanketed by greenery. Close to Kenya's coast, Tsavo West is easily combined with a beach holiday.What park in the Appalachians is the most visited national park in the US? ›
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Tsavo West offers some of the most magnificent game viewing in the world and attractions include elephant, rhino, Hippos, lions, cheetah, leopards, Buffalos, diverse plant and bird species including the threatened corncrake and near threatened Basra Reed Warbler.What is Tsavo East National Park known for? ›
The park forms the largest protected area in Kenya and is home to most of the larger mammals, vast herds of dust –red elephant, Rhino, buffalo, lion, leopard, pods of hippo, crocodile, waterbucks, lesser Kudu, gerenuk and the prolific bird life features 500 recorded species.Why visit Tsavo? ›
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