DAY AND NIGHT GAME DRIVES
Early morning and late afternoon game drives provide an ideal opportunity to view and photograph the diverse array of wildlife within the sanctuary. The water holes below provide a wonderful opportunity to view animals at close proximity in their habitat.
The lobby and terraced bar offer excellent views and photographic opportunities, while an underground tunnel and bunker with ground level windows provides unbelievably close, yet safe access to variety of animals as they drink water. Night game drives provide guests with an opportunity of seeing animals not usually encountered on daytime game drive such as spotted and striped hyena, mongoose, jackal, Civet, genet, porcupine and bush baby.
Most predators are active at night, so night game drives also provide the opportunity of experiencing the “circle of life”. Our highly trained rangers equipped with powerful spotlights take guests for this experience of a totally difference world after dark, when you may have thrilling opportunity to see a predator actively hunting.
Visit a local and authentic village where you can learn about local cultures. Spend a day at Mzima springs in Tsavo West National Park which is famous for its thriving of hippos and crocodiles. Can also visit Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary and Lake Jipe, both located in Tsavo West. Alternatively spend the day in Tsavo East National Park, where you can visit popular sites such as Aruba Dam and Lugards Falls. In addition you can also make a trip to the nearby Taita Hills which has spectacular views, indigenous forest and rural markets.
The region to the west of the sanctuary is also rich in World War 1 history .there is a crater lake near the Tanzania border approximately 60 km away.
The sanctuary offers many diverse opportunities for you to experience the unique flora, fauna and culture of this fascinating ecosystem. Take a nature walk with a qualified ranger guide, with emphasis on the natural environment you encounter as you stroll through the bush. Marvel at the smaller wildlife normally unnoticed during a game drive yet still important for their impact on the ecology of this diverse ecosystem.