Tsavo National Park
The conservatory area is home to various wild animals such as the giraffe, cheetahs, impala, yellow baboon, African wildcat, giant rats, warthogs, zebras, jackal, and many more. Exploring the Tsavo National Park will be a memorable experience where you can witness various life forms, conserved in their natural habitat. Additionally, Tsavo National Park has more than 500 species of birds, which includes ostriches, kingfishers, and various other creatures. The national park has remains of the aboriginal Watha people who were forcefully relocated after the region was conserved as the national park.