The streets are full of running animals. It must be the impression that many people have of Kenya. Wild animals and plants are the best examples of visiting ecological Africa. No feeling of ferocious beasts, living in harmony
In Tsavo East National Park, Kenya, a giraffe looks as if it has lost its neck and head. Although the two giraffes seem to be in love with each other, they are actually involved in a fight. Two male giraffes wiggled their necks aggressively, making a loud crash when they touched each other.
Tsavo East is an endless flat grassland, and the Garana River runs across it and is the water of life for wild animals. Tsavo West is dominated by many volcanoes and mountains, and the terrain is complex and changeable. The volcanic springs create wetlands with palm trees, attracting a large number of water birds and hippos.
Tsavo National Park is a paradise for herbivores. It is also the only national park in Kenya where you can get off and walk. From the gate of the scenic area, you can see the iconic stone cone, which can actually be climbed. There are many European and American rock climbers climbing by hand. Going deeper, you can see all kinds of herbivores, the most common ones are zebras and gazelles, eating grass leisurely on the pasture, appearing very free.
Tsavo National Park has beautiful scenery and wild zebras can be seen everywhere. They are often played in pairs. It is worth recommending to everyone. It is interesting and attracts more and more foreign tourists.