Tsavo West National Park
Mzima spring is a series of four natural springs in Tsavo national park. Located in the west of the park around 48 km from Mtito andei .The source of the springs is a natural reservoir under the Chyulu hills to the north.
The Chyulu range is a composed Volcanic lava rock and ash, which is to porus to allow rivers to flow, instead rain water percolates through the rock and may spend 25 years under the ground before emerging 50 kilometers away at the Mzima spring.
The natural filtration process gives the rise to Mzima’s famously clear stream, which flows through a series of pools and rapids Wildlife at Mzima springs includes hippos and crocodiles. A part from the wildlife birds can be seen as well.
Amboseli National Park
Amboseli National park lies within the shadow of the mighty Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain whose peak may be seen from the park in clear weather. Only nature and her majesty could create such a back drop to the wildlife pageant found at Amboseli. Game is seen en-route to the park, which crosses plains.
Where the Maasai tribesmen tend their cattle in an age old- tradition. Lunch is taken at a lodge/Camp within the park, followed by another game drive where lion, cheetah can be seen including elephants and hippo that are found bathing in the swamp grounds which get there waters from Mount Kilimanjaro.