Kenya is go!

September 20th 2021  |   Unique Experiences, Miscellaneous  |  by   Charlotte Opperman
Kenya is go!

A short break
Kenya is perfect for a long weekend, with direct flights from Heathrow, swift internal connections and minimal time difference. Within 12 hours of leaving home you could be watching wildebeest cavorting across the plains in front of your tent at a camp like Mara Plains. Or, enjoying one of the finest views in Africa at Ol Donyo Lodge where varied activities, pampering massages and fantastic food await.

Kenya is go

Superb wildlife sightings from Mara Plains Camp

A week in Kenya
Combine three nights on safari somewhere like Lewa Wilderness or Laikipia Wilderness with four nights on the beach at Peponi Hotel or WaterLovers, and enjoy wonderful wildlife viewing in beautiful surroundings and a charismatic beach hotel on Kenya’s gorgeous Indian Ocean coast.

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Peponi Hotel is a glorious spot for some beachfront R&R

Two weeks or longer
Kenya is so varied, with a remarkable variety mammal and bird species and significant geographical variations, that it’s perfectly possible to spread a safari across two or three wonderfully contrasting locations.  You can enjoy superb wildlife in the Masai Mara, explore on camels or horses in Laikipia and marvel at the rugged beauty of the Mathews Mountains.  A combination of Saruni Mara, Sirikoi and Sarara, followed by a bit of R&R on the beach at Kinondo Kwetu would be just perfect!

Kenya is go

Stunning views from Sarara

What next?
From 4th October, Kenya will be added to the UK Government’s green-list travel countries and we would be delighted to help you plan a safari in this fabulous destination.  Our team of experts has travelled widely throughout Africa and the Indian Ocean and can offer expert advice on every type of safari from family and beach holidays to riding and primate safaris. Do get in touch – chatting to people by phone or email is what we do best. We listen, we explain, we answer all sorts of questions even those you didn’t know to ask, and finally we make suggestions. If this is your first time to Africa or your twenty first, we have a team standing by to help make the planning easy and the journey the best ever. Please get in touch whatever stage you’re at.

2 responses to “Kenya is go!”

  1. Jacqui Payne says:

    I’m looking to book a Tewa week stay for our 25th wedding anniversary in April 2025 . Is it possible to plan that far ahead ?
    Jacqui Payne x

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