With so many wildlife species within the diverse landscape, Tsavo West National Park offers a one-of-a-kind expedition holiday in southeastern Kenya. Tsavo West shares its northeast boundary line with Tsavo East National Park, and together they form one of the largest national parks in the world today. The terrain is quite varied dotted with expansive savannah grasslands, rocky ridges, volcanic remnants, and riverine ecosystems, which play host to some of Africa’s fascinating animals like cheetahs, maneless lions fringe-eared oryx, vervet monkeys, and dik-diks. Your choice of accommodation obviously depends on your style and budget, but you can be sure that the many camps, lodges, and hotels around the park can provide what you need and enhance your safari experience. The lack of rainfall from July to October means that there less water and food sources for the animals, so it is easier to spot them.