The twin parks of Tsavo West & East cover about 22 sq. Meters, making it the largest in Africa. It straddles across Mombasa-Nairobi Highway and home to various wildlife and a rhino sanctuary. With East having its headquarters in Voi, the park is well known for large herds of wildlife including the famous "red elephants", various antelope species and zebra. It's the home of the Man-Eaters of The Tsavo" that killed over 130 railway workers in 1838. Landscape is mesmerizing, notably the grand Mudanda Rock, Rivers Voi & Galana and the Lugard's Falls beside the Aruba Dam. West is more pronounced with landforms that include the "Shetani Lava Flows' & Chaimu Crater", Mzima Springs that provide provide the whole of coastal county with fresh water, rock climbing points and various points of interest.