This short action packed 7 day safari and beach holiday offers those that only have a short window of time…
Home to some of the world best game viewing opportunities, our itineraries range from luxury flying to 'classic' routes.
Mombasa boasts miles of white sandy beaches, excellent water sports and an excellent choice of beautiful beachfront hotels.
Zanzibar is known to have some of the world best white sandy beaches, a vast coral reef and excellent hotels.
If you would like to visit just one or two of Kenya's magnificent reserves, a flying safari makes quick work of these distances.
A safari by road offers guests the opportunity to see the beautiful landscapes and stunning scenery that Kenya has to offer.
There are many different lodges and camps to choose from in Kenya, here you will find a list of our most popular properties.
3 nights Ashnil Samburu, 3 nights Mara Intrepids followed by 6 nights Neptune Pwani. The 2 Safari's were even better than our wildest dreams, we saw the big 5 and a lioness kill a Baboon for her 4 cubs. The leopards were wonderful, saw Olive the daughter of Bella of the Big Cat Diaries, she now has cubs of her own. The Ashnil and Intrepid camps were great, as were our Game Guides in both Reserves. The only problem we had was the Safarlink flights from Samburu to the Mara, we had paid for direct flights and they were changes, we had to fly back to Nairobi wait 3 hrs then fly to the Mara, a waste of a day. Zanzibar was a great experiance,but too hot for us oldies,temp at 39c with humidity of 90%. Both Kenya and Zanzibar people are so friendly and the service was excellent. Will return to Kenya for more Safari's Thank you Gemma. Best Wishes The Jewell's
Little Governors Camp and The Indian Ocean Beach Club Hi Gemma Just a short note to say a huge thank you for organising our recent trip to Kenya. We had an amazing time at Little Governors , the best Safari we have ever done. We saw a female leopard on the ground with a fresh kill, her only surviving cub was up a nearby tree but eventually she called it down so we got some fabulous shots of them both. The same day we also saw a black rhino which meant we had seen the Big 5. We saw lions from 6 different prides as well as a cheetah and her 2 year old 'cub' One evening we had an extra guest in the bar at the camp, a lone cow elephant came right up to the sitting area of the bar tent so there was no way we could go to our tent to get ready for dinner - it was a good excuse to have another gin & Tonic!!! She eventually wandered off away from the camp. Our stay at the IOBC was also excellent, some of the staff remembered us from our previous visits there so we were looked after very well. Your travel agent, Somak , were also 1st Class and all the transfers etc went very smoothly and we managed to get our driver in Nairobi to take us up to Giraffe Manor for short while. All in all a fabulous holiday Kind regards John & Lis