Tsavo East National Park is one of the oldest safaris in Kenya. Since 1948, the park homes a wide variety of wildlife from birds, mammals, and predators. Herds of giraffes, hartebeests, gazelles, and zebras are typically seen in the area, as well as the Big 5. Some highlights of the park are the Galana River and the Yatta plateau, but there are also swamps, lakes, pools, and dams that visitors can explore. Tsavo East National Park is near beaches around Malindi and Mombasa, which makes it a popular choice for tourists who prefer a one-day safari activity. Besides stunning sceneries, you may also enjoy the selection of food at the park’s buffet. Tsavo East National Park is a must see if you’re visiting Kenya in February.