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Transparent waters allowed us to see fish, crocodiles and a large pack of hippopotamus. The vegetation is lush and tropical around the springs - in stark contrast to the dry bush of the surrounding Tsavo Park.
As it's forbidden to leave the vehicle in the park, it's nice to be able to stretch your legs in this oasis. It's a short loop from the carpark to the lake and back. At the lake you can get down into a "scuba tank"...More
It was recommend that we go here just to get a perspective of where Hippo's live. I am glad we went. It was a short tour guided that took around .25 miles to see a few different sights. It is like a little oasis in...More
We visited here as part of our tsavo west safari and were expecting to see a lot more than we did. After a long delay waiting for a ranger to turn up we set off. Our ranger was informative, chatty and friendly. It’s a circular...More
It was a 20 min drive from the Kilaguni Serena Lodge. The ranger who greeted us was friendly and funny. He showed us around the walking trail and took us down to the lake where there were crocodiles, Hippos, monkeys, birds, and other fauna.
Tsavo West is a must for safari lovers and so is this peaceful corner of the park.
The calm waters of Mzima Springs host to Hippos and crocodiles. A rudimentary but efficient glass construction allows to see under the water. To reach there, one needs...More