Top Choice River in Tsavo East National Park

Galana River

Running through the heart of the park and marking the northernmost point in the park that most visitors are allowed to visit, the Galana River, which combines the waters of the Tsavo and Athi Rivers, cuts a green ga…
Top Choice River in Tsavo East National Park

Kanderi Swamp

Around 10km from Voi Gate, the lovely area of green known as Kanderi Swamp is home to a resident pride of lions, and elephants also congregate near here; this is one of only two water sources in the park during the …
Lake in Tsavo East National Park

Aruba Dam

Some 30km east of Voi gate is the Aruba Dam, which spans the Voi River. It also attracts heavy concentrations of diverse wildlife; one of the park’s regularly spotted lion prides ranges around here. Away to the east…
Mountain in Tsavo East National Park

Mudanda Rock

Towering over a natural dam near the Manyani gate, this towering natural formation runs for over 1.5km. It attracts elephants in the dry season and is reminiscent of Australia’s Uluru (Ayers Rock), albeit on a much …
River in Tsavo East National Park

Lugards Falls

One of the prettiest stretches along the Galana River, Lugards Falls is a wonderful landscape of water-sculpted channels and striated rocks.
Viewpoint in Tsavo East National Park

Crocodile Point

If you've made it out to the Galana River, this vantage point high above the riverbank is the place to spot crocs.