Tsavo National Park, located south-east of Nairobi, is the largest in the country covering 8,200 square miles. Not far from Mombasa, the park is visited by many tourists that journey from the coastal seaside resorts. The main attractions are 50 or so species of mammals, 160 species of birds and a variety of landscapes, including the Chyulu Hills, the youngest volcanic chain in the world.
When visiting the Tsavo National Parks, don't forget to look up for there's beautiful birdlife to discover too.© Herbert Lewald / Age Fotostock
Zebras are a common sight in Kenya's national parks.© Maurizio Biso / 123RF
While cheetahs do not make up the 'big five' it is nevertheless a treat to spot them in the wild.© Alf Drosdziok / Age Fotostock
The ostrich is a flightless bird and can be seen throughout Kenya's wildlife parks.© Martin Moxter / Age Fotostock
Creatures big and small can be found dwelling in the national parks of Kenya.© mike smith / age fotostock