Tsavo East National Park Entry Fees

In this article, we will cover Tsavo East National Park Entry Fees. Tsavo East National Park is located near Voi town in Taita Taveta county. It is the largest National Park in Kenya (13,747 sq. km) and is home to many large animals like rhinos, buffalos, lions, leopards, pods of hippos, crocodiles, and more. The park also supports a thriving 500 species of birds. It is the best national park in Kenya.

The Tsavo East National Park is a charmer. The wildlife, the scenery, the vibe, the pristineness – all of it is so charming and pure in ways other parks cannot compare. The park boasts Kenya’s largest elephant population, 40 different wildlife species, 500 bird species, and countless recreational activities. It lies 423km from Nairobi and is often dubbed the ‘theatre of the wild.’ The sight of dust-red elephants wallowing in the mud is commonplace here, with Tsavo boasting the highest population of elephants in Kenya.

There’s a striking scenery to match, featuring beauties such as River Galana, the Yatta Plateau, Lugard Falls, Aruba Dam, Kanderi Swamp, Mubanda Rock, and the Tsavo River. The park also brims with experiences to look back on. Some are as simple as nature walks, and some as soul-filling as game drives, bush dinners and lunches, and camping.

Tsavo East National Park Activities

  • Game drives
  • Camping
  • Sundowner
  • Nature walks
  • Photography
  • Birdwatching
  • Trekking
  • Bush dinners/lunches, and breakfasts

Tsavo East National Park Entrance Fees

High Season (July-February)

Citizen/Resident Charges
Adult Ksh 500
Child Ksh 215
Non-Resident Charges
Adult  60 USD
Child  20 USD

Low Season (March-June)

Citizen/Resident Charges
Adult Ksh 300
Child Ksh 215
Non-Resident Charges
Adult  35 USD
Child  20 USD

Tsavo East National Park Contacts

Phone: 0720 401 641

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