On the far side of the Chyulu Hills lies Tsavo National Park which is divided into east and west. It is actually bigger than Wales (UK) and is one of the largest game sanctuaries in the world. Here one can explore vast remote tracts of wilderness undisturbed by human influence.
Jagged mountains, red soil and scattered water holes amongst thorn bush, characterize this landscape.
Elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard and African wild dog can be tracked along the dry riverbeds of this remote wilderness. The Athi River bisecting Tsavo provides an arterial lifeline for a diversity of fauna and flora.