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Kenya Safari & Beach


TWIN CENTRE ZZZZ 8 DAYS SAFARI & BEACH


FRIENDSHIP TRAVEL


EXCLUSIVE


Itinerary Day 1 Overnight flight London Heathrow, via Nairobi, to Mombasa Day 2 Papillon Lagoon Reef Hotel Day 3 Voyager Ziwani tented camp Day 4


Ngutuni Lodge Days 5, 6, 7 Papillon Lagoon Reef Hotel Day 8 Afternoon flight to Nairobi (overnight Eka airport hotel) Day 9


Early flight Nairobi to London Heathrow arriving same day


Kenya is a fabulous and welcoming country. It is the original safari destination, and there is no better place on earth to see wildlife, while its beautiful beaches are lapped by the turquoise Indian Ocean. Our exclusive group tour is Hosted for us by local Hosts and wildlife guides. After an overnight flight, there’s 24 hours of four- star relaxation at the beach before we head into the bush for stays at two safari camps – one under canvas, one lodge-style – for contrasting and unforgettable wildlife experiences.


Enjoy a night of glamping in true ‘Out of Africa’ style at Voyager Ziwani tented camp, within sight of Mount Kilimanjaro. Set in a private sanctuary on the edge of Tsavo West National Park, this tranquil spot beside a dam on the Sante River is home to turtles, hippos and crocodiles. Each amazing tent, with bags of space and its own veranda looking towards the river, is fully furnished with a queen-sized bed and its own ensuite shower and flush wc! The central building houses the indoor-outdoor restaurant, and there’s a rustic-style but well-stocked bar.


Here we’ll enjoy an afternoon/after dark game drive, which offers the chance to spot daytime game and shyer nocturnal animals such as the elusive leopard! The following morning, a lakeside nature walk reveals a range of animal footprints before we find the best spot for watching wallowing hippos.


Our other wildlife encounters are at Ngutuni Lodge (about 90 mins’ drive from Ziwani) on the edge of Tsavo East National Park. Surrounded by 10,000 acres of bush, animals are drawn to the waterhole at the


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heart of the complex. Accommodation is in lodges with steeply-pitched ‘makuti’ roofs. Each room has a private shower/wc and a balcony facing the waterhole. Lion, elephant, buffalo, giraffe and antelope are all resident, and the afternoon and morning game drives we include here offer opportunities for a host of photos.


Then we return to beautiful Diani Beach for three nights at the well-reviewed Papillon Lagoon Reef Hotel. Built in Swahili-style, in exotic gardens where Colobus monkeys may be spotted in the baobab trees, the facilities of this popular hotel are bang up to date. There’s a pool with a swim-up bar, a restaurant serving international as well as Kenyan dishes and a watersports centre – and as this is an all-inclusive hotel, everything is included in the package price! Rooms are double or twin for sole use, and enjoy a view of the gardens from a patio or balcony. Each is kitted out in colonial style, with mosquito nets and a ceiling fan as well as air-conditioning.


After a last night at the comfortable Eka Hotel at Nairobi airport, we fly home with lasting memories of friendly hosts, amazing wildlife, beautiful scenery and relaxing evenings. Each tour – including the Christmas departure date – is arranged exclusively for Friendship Travel and will surely be an amazing trip!


Kenya Airways Kenya Airways operates a modern fleet of Boeing 737s & 787s for international routes and Embraer jets on internal flights. 1 piece of hold baggage is permitted, which may be checked right through in each direction.


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