Tsavo West National Park
Tsavo West National Park covers approximately 7,070 square kilometers and is home to the iconic Mzima Springs located in the northern part of the park near Kilaguni Lodge. Easily accessible through the park also is Lake Jipe, perfect and favorite spot for avid birders. The park also hosts Chaimu Crater, Shetani Lava Flow and caves, Rhodesian Hill, Kichwa Tembo, the Great Tasvo Chimney, the Ivory Tower and Ngulia, which are picturesque steep slopes and cliffs. Unlike Tsavo East, Tsavo west is characterized by riverine vegetation, thickets, rocky ridges and plains as well as forested hills on the southern side facing Serengeti plains.