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There was a 20 mins guided trip here on our tour to Amboseli. There were some hippis and hidden crocodiles. The guide talked about the yellow acacia trees and other interesting plants eg. Sausage tree. I don't know whether more time can be spent here...More
We stopped by Mzima Falls during a day long game drive. We had been having an outstanding day, so it really is difficult to rate it in comparison, so I won't. The Springs were quite pretty and a quaint respite. Our guide Willie was pleasant....More
The springs are in such a beautiful area, we visited during our visit to Tsavo West.
Because of crocodiles, however nothing to be afraid of. There are clearly marked walking paths around the springs. This are fed from the Chulu hills nearby
A remarkable experience where a big underground river with huge volume of water emerge from the ground in a semi arid area. This is even after the water serving Mombasa is already trapped underground. The springs is an oasis of green vegetation in the midst...More
For sure, Mzima Springs is the highpoint to my Tsavo West National Park trip. The spring empties into a wide expanse that makes the habitat for hippopotami and Fish. We are lucky to spot a family of close to 10 hippos and a huge monitor...More
Mzima Springs is a very nice place for a short walk around for anyone on safari in Tsavo. We saw hippos, crocodiles and monkeys, and there's a submerged look out spot from which you can see plenty of fish.