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Sau Tsavo Camp is a budget self-catering safari accommodation located just outside the Voi gate of Tsavo East National Park in Taita-Taveta, Kenya. The camp is 330 km from Nairobi and 250 km from Mombasa.
The camp offers affordability and convenience within the Tsavo National Park. It is ideal for Budget Campers and Travelers. The camp offers a campsite, a round hut, and 2 self-contained bandas. Each banda has a seating area and en-suite bathroom with flush toilets. The round hut has its own verandah with amazing views.
There is a campsite where guests can pitch their own tents. The campsite has shared bathrooms and flush toilets and piped water from Mzima Spring. The camp is on a self-catering basis and guests are welcome to prepare their own meals.
The guests also have to come with their own cooking equipment. Those who do not wish to prepare their meals can have the camp staff prepare meals for them.
Sau Tsavo Camp attractions include Mudanda rock, Yatta plateau, Lugard falls, game drives, Galana and Tsavo River, Kanderi swamp, Aruba dam, and wildlife. Tsavo East National Park Activities include; Game drives, Bird/nature walks., Camping, Visiting Local villages, and Cultural dances.
Tsavo East National Park is located in southeastern Kenya and a little northwest of the sister Tsavo West National Park. The national park encompasses an area of 5,308 square miles (13,747 sq km). The national park is comprised of grasslands and savanna and riverbeds created by the Tsavo and Athi rivers which combine into the Galana River.
The Big 5 (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo) are all accounted for. Predators species include lion, caracal, African wildcat, cheetah, bat-eared fox, hyena, jackal, leopard, mongoose, and of course the lion.
Other wildlife species include aardwolf, baboon, buffalo, bushbuck, dik-dik, duiker, eland, elephant, gazelle, genet, giraffe, hartebeest, hyrax, impala, klipspringer, kudu, oryx, porcupine, warthog, waterbuck, zebra and many smaller species.
Birdwatchers also have plenty to be excited about with over 500 species of birds found within Tsavo national park. Ostrich is the largest however they are accompanied by kingfisher, hornbills, herons, starlings, weavers, buzzards, and kestrels, among others.