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Cape Town to Victoria, South Africa or Vice Versa

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Visiting these two iconic African locations is now easier. South African Airways are now flying direct between these two prime Southern African cities. The flights are daily, except Saturdays, departing Cape Town early (08:30) and arriving at Vic Falls at 11:15.

The return flight leaves at 11:45 and arrives in Cape Town at 14:40.

You could be soaked by the spray from The Falls and on top of Table Mountain all in one day!

Victoria Falls

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Cape Town

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Kenya Railways – Nairobi to Mombasa or Vice Versa

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Kenya’s President, Uhuru Kenyatta, launched the revitalised/ new Standard Gauged Railway between Nairobi and Mombasa last week. This has cut the travelling time to just over 4 hours for the trip and with prices set at US$9-00 for economy class and US$30 for First Class this has become a real alternative to flying or buses.

There are plans to include a Business class carriage as well but these have yet to be delivered from China.

 

Kenya Lion

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This gives travellers another option for travel between thee two popular cities but you could also use the train for access to Tsavo East and West National Parks and the Taita Hills with the train stopping at Voi and Mtito Andei. Providing the service is maintained this is another way to see this beautiful country without the experience of some of the rough roads.

For expert advice on your tailor made holiday to Kenya call us on 01323 446550 or email: info@experienceholidays.co.uk

 

Kenya

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Why you should consider Hwange National Park for your Safari

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There are very good reasons to consider Hwange National Park, in Zimbabwe, for your safari destination and the key ones are as follow:

  • Hwange is close to Victoria Falls which is easy enough to reach by a number of airlines. The airport there is becoming a bigger International destination which will make it even easier to fly in to the region.
  • Hwange has about 43,000 visitors per year which gives a density of 3 people per KM2 per year. This compares with the Serengeti density of 23 people per km2 per year, Kruger at 85 and Masai Mara at 912.
  • It is home to about 46,000 elephants and during the dry season it is not unusual to see herds of hundreds at waterholes. None of the other Parks can boast such large numbers of elephant. In fact there are more elephants than visitors.
  • It has the some of the densest numbers of sable antelope, cheetah, wild dog and lion in Zimbabwe
  • Your guides here serve an apprenticeship of 5 to 10 years and their professionalism is considered amongst the best in Africa. They will take you on walking safaris within the Park and teach you about all that you see, including tracks, flora and fauna. This will enhance your African experience immensely.
  • Hwange Park lodges and camps are small and personal. On average 8 rooms serving 16 clients

 

Elephants

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Africa

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Elephants

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If you would like more information about a tailor made safari to Hwange and Victoria Falls or Safaris in South Africa then please contact us on – 01323 446550 or email info@experienceholidays.co.uk

A little gem – Pumba Private Game Reserve

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We’ve been thinking about ‘little gems’ in the office – places or experiences that provide a ‘wow factor’ of some kind during a holiday. For me (Angie), several come to mind and below is one of them.

Pumba Private Game Reserve is located on the Eastern Cape of South Africa, and works perfectly at the end of a self-drive holiday from Cape Town and along the Garden Route. The Eastern Cape has a number of game reserves, which have the advantage of being malaria free, but what makes Pumba stand out over the others is that it is home to the rare white lion.

 

White Lions pumba

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A recessive gene gives white lions their unusual colour, making them appear even more majestic than a tawny lion. Easier to spot, the white lion cannot rely on camouflage when hunting – which makes it harder for this beautiful animal to survive in the wild. Luckily for Pumba’s pride, a couple of years ago a female gave birth to not only white cubs, but also a tawny cub. This tawny lion will be integral for the survival of the pride – whilst the white lion distracts the game, the tawny lion will pounce.  

There are two lodges within the game reserve. Bush Lodge is built in front of a waterhole, which attracts a wide range of animals. During my stay, a whole herd of elephants came to visit, with the babies playing in and around the water. The accommodations are of an exceptional standard, with outdoor showers and private plunge pools. 

The second property is Water Lodge – accommodations are of the same standard but slightly different in style, and still with outdoor showers and private plunge pools. The lodge overlooks Lake Kariega, which is a regular haunt for hippo and good for bass fishing too.

 All in all, Pumba Private Game Reserve offers an incredibly special experience, and one that I would highly recommend! For more information, give us a call on 01323 446550 or email us at info@experienceholidays.co.uk.

Pumba water lodge - lake

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Elephants at Pumba

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Mozambique as a Family Destination

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One of our favourite lodges on the coast of Mozambique has decided to streamline its cost base and make going there better than ever. Nuarro Lodge has just offered a 5 night stay for families at US$ 125-00 per person per night. This includes the following: Vehicle transfers to and from Nampula Airport/ Nacala Airport / Ilha De Mocambique, accommodation in the chalets with three meals, coffee & tea, snacks, unlimited shore diving for advanced diver buddies, unguided snorkelling, kayaking, mountain bikes and one massage per booking.

indaba and moz Mozambique

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The fact that it is in a wonderful location with pristine seas to explore and truly idyllic beaches makes this a wonderful family get away. Visit their website www.nuarro.com to see what you could be doing! 

One of things that has put off clients going to Mozambique is the difficulty of getting there. The good news is that the Government of the country is opening up the country by asking for tenders for flights in and around the country. Hopefully this will make it easier for future travellers to this beautiful country.

indaba and mozambique

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indaba and mozambique

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Country: Uganda

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Uganda, East Africa

The less well known and visited East African country but one with so much to offer. Lake Victoria dominates part of the country and the capital area and the River Nile is an amazing spectacle as it squeezes through the Murchison Falls – one of the many sites to see. It is also home to forest gorillas and visiting them is at a price well under half of the fee charged in Rwanda. Add in the chance to see chimpanzees in their natural habitat along with National Parks of Uganda filled with usual, and endemic, plains and forest birds and animals, giving you a truly exceptional wildlife experience. Fewer tourists than the other East African countries, Uganda should appeal to those that like their safaris to be more traditional in flavour but still very welcoming and comfortable. You could even finish with a beach stay on one of the islands in Lake Victoria.

Gorillas - Uganda

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Lion - Uganda

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Cape Town and Garden Route

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This itinerary provides a perfect ‘first time visit’ to South Africa, combining the world class city of Cape Town with the winelands, garden route, coast and wildlife.

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Cape Town and Garden Route

 

This itinerary provides a perfect ‘first time visit’ to South Africa, combining a world class city with the winelands, garden route, coast and wildlife.

Day: 1 Cape Town

Day 4: Hermanus

Day 5: Franschhoek

Day 7: Robertson Valley

Day 9: Oudtshoorn

Day 11: Plettenberg Bay

Day 14: Jefferie’s Bay

Day 16: Safari

Day 19: Port Elizabeth

South Africa - Cape Town

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Description

Description

 

South Africa is a magnificently diverse country with stunning scenery, incredible wildlife, a fascinating history, interesting people, enviable vinyards and a great food scene.  Couple with this the fact that as it’s located due south of the UK, there is minimal time difference and no jet lag, and South Africa makes for a fantastic holiday destination.

This itinerary provides a perfect ‘first time visit’ to South Africa, combining a world class city with the winelands, garden route, coast and wildlife.

Day 1: Cape Town

Arguably one of the world’s most beautiful settings with the advantage of Table Mountain as a backdrop – Cape Town has plenty to offer. Visit the Kirstenbosch Gardens, take a cable car to the summit of Table Mountain for panoramic views. Visit also Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for so many years – or drive the Cape Peninsula.

Three nights Cape Town

Day 4: Hermanus

Leave the city behind and head to the coast. Hermanus is famous as a destination for whale watching. The bay here provides a winter home to huge numbers of these majestic mammals and can often be seen from the shore, as well as from a cruise. Nearby Gansbaai is a key departure point for shark cage diving.

One night Hermanus

Day 5: Franschhoek

Head inland to the Winelands, through the scenic Franshhoek Pass – your destination is the lovely little town of Franschhoek – a gourmet’s paradise in idyllic surroundings. Rugged mountains surround this little oasis tucked away and waiting to be discovered. Take the wine tram to tour the vineyards surrounding the town.

Two nights Franschhoek

Day 7: Robertson Valley

Continuing east via the Franschhoek Pass to Worcester and into the Robertson Valley – here you find further vineyards, rugged craggy mountain scenery and pretty little towns.

One night Robertson Valley

Day 9: Oudtshoorn

The next stop takes you along the spectacular route 62, passing to the northern side of the mountain range, where the climate becomes arid and dry. Vineyards still nestle in fertile hollows – Calizdorf is particularly famous for its port wine. Take time to explore the Swartberg Pass, Prince Albert and the Cango Caves. This area is also famous for its Ostrich farming – thousands of these lanky and unwieldy flightless birds as far as the eye can see.

Two nights Oudtshoorn

Day 11: Plettenberg Bay

A choice of routes today, crossing the Outeniqua Mountains, and descending again to the coast. This – technically – is the Garden Route. Explore the Tsitsikamma National Park, Natures Valley, Storms River Mouth, and the coastal towns of Plettenberg Bay and Knysna.

Three nights Plettenberg Bay

Day 14: Jeffrey’s Bay

Continue east to the seaside town of Jeffrey’s Bay. Relax and unwind in this laidback surfer town, which is also home to a number of factory stores such as Quiksilver and Billabong.

Two nights Jeffery’s Bay

 Day 16: Safari

Today head to a private game reserve on the Eastern Cape, providing a chance to see some of the incredible wildlife that South Africa has to offer. Many of the reserves are home to all of the Big Five animals, plus plenty of others besides. There are options to suit most budgets and preferences.

Three nights Safari

Day 19: Port Elizabeth

Drive to Port Elizabeth for the onward or homeward journey.

There are plenty of possible extensions to add to this itinerary – consider Kwa Zulu Natal and the Drakensburg Mountains, Swaziland and the Indian Ocean coast, Kruger National Park, or perhaps take a trip up to Victoria Falls – the possibilities are almost endless.

 

Cape Peninsula

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Cape Town - Elephants

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Cape Town - Safari vehicle

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White Lions pumba

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Cape Town - Winelands

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Little Gems

Little Gems

 

Seeing the rare white lion at Pumba Private Game Reserve on the Eastern Cape provides a unique and exciting wildlife experience.

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I suspect your general view is no news is good news from your travellers.  You are correct! But I just wanted to reassure you of that.  And to add that we are having the most wonderful time.

Your advice and preparation have been seamless, your choices often spectacular. This as I sit on the balcony of our penthouse suite overlooking Jeffrey’s bay.

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KwaZulu Natal, South Africa

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KwaZulu Natal, the scenery seems to fit the experience – the emptiness of the plains around Isandlwana, the rolling waves on the long empty beach at Thonga and the density of the bush as you look out for rhino in Hluhluwe.  The friendliness of those that you meet along the way enliven your visit to this part of the world.
 

Summary

KwaZulu Natal

The scenery seems to fit the experience – the emptiness of the plains around Isandlwana, the rolling waves on the long empty beach at Thonga and the density of the bush as you look out for rhino in Hluhluwe.  The friendliness of those that you meet along the way enliven your visit to this part of the world.

 

Day 1 : Durban

Day 3: Drakensberg Mountains

Day 5: Isandlwana and the Battlefields

Day 7: Isimangaliso Wetlands (St. Lucia) – part 1

Day 9: Isimangaliso Wetland (St. Lucia) – part 2

Day 12: Hluhluwe

Day 14: Beach

 

KwaZulu Natal

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KwaZulu Natal

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Description

Description

 

Offering a mixture of amazing scenery, wildlife, experiences, history, food and beach, KwaZulu Natal has to be a destination that will please most people.  Getting there is easy as is driving around, and the people are truly welcoming.  This is Africa with a huge variety of interests and all within reasonable travelling distances.

Day 1: Durban

Spend time in Durban to acclimatise and explore the many attractions that this seaport has to offer.  With a fusion of African, Indian and European influences the food on offer has always been good – particularly their take on curries.  A visit to uShaka Marine World and the Botanic Gardens are worth pitting on your agenda.

2 nights Durban

Day 3: Drakensberg Mountains

Make your way to the beautiful Drakensburg Mountains and to a property that nestles at the foot of these.  Here you have the chance to relax with the stunning views, take yourself on hikes up into the mountains or join a full day walk with guide and lunch provided.  Archery, fishing, mountain biking and horse riding are also available.

2 nights Drakensberg Mountains

Day 5: Rorke’s Drift

Your next destination has you stepping back into the Zulu Wars and learning about Isandlwana and Rorke’s Drift from both the Zulu and European points of view.  There is something special in being shown around Isandlwana (one of the few undeveloped battlefields of the world) by a Zulu and then hearing about the heroic fights as you walk through the building and grounds of Rorke’s Drift.

2 nights Rorke’s Drift

Day 7: Kosi Forest

Next spend time in the natural environment of lakes and forest, including Raffia Forests.  Drive out to the Kosi River mouth for snorkelling, swimming and a picnic.  Take a tour through the Raffia Forest looking out for the Palm Vulture, the only vegetarian vulture in the world.  Consider a canoe trip through the forests and out in to the lake.

2 nights Kosi Forest

Day 9: Beach Stay

Head to the coast for a stay close to and Indian Ocean beach.  Much of the area is protected and consequently beautifully productive for snorkelling, diving and other water sports.  Turtles haul out to lay their eggs at certain times of the year and guides will take you along the huge beach to show you their activities.  In the evening join on a scorpion and spider hunt.

3 nights Beach 

Day 12: Hluhluwe National Park

For your wildlife experience head to Hluhluwe National Park, South Africa’s oldest.  This park has something like 2,000 white rhino and 500 black rhino, so you would be unlucky not to see them.  The drive to your lodge is through rolling hills with stunning views and wildlife to be seen quite regularly.  Al of the Big 5 are here as well as wild dog.  Either take yourself around the park (easy to do) or jopin an organised game drive from your lodge.

2 nights Hluhluwe

Day 14: Depart KwaZulu Natal

Head to Durban or Richards Bay for the onward or homeward journey.

KwaZulu Natal

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KwaZulu Natal

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KwaZulu Natal

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KwaZulu Natal

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KwaZulu Natal

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Little Gems

Watching the blue spotted ray swim away from you while snorkelling in half a metre of water and two metres from the shore.

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Country: Kenya

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Despite recent troubles, Kenya has an unique experience to offer everyone. Yes it is the most popular country for first time “Africa” visitors but it is also a favoured destination for the seasoned safari hand. It lends itself to the “Bush and Beach” holiday and is very popular with honeymooners.

Its Lodges and hotels vary widely in size and there is the added offer of staying on ranches – many of which have reverted to acting as wildlife sanctuaries. A chance to see and get close to wildlife from the back of a horse or on foot makes for an adrenalin making experience second to none.

Kenya is blessed with stunning backdrops – Mount Kilimanjaro, Mount Kenya, The Rift Valley and the wide plains of the Masai Mara. Add in a huge variety of wildlife from the semi deserts of the northern frontier to the lush highlands and down to the tropical coast. Nowhere else can you see a million flamingos feeding in the Lake (Nakuru), herds of red dusted elephants (Tsavo), clouds of butterflies in the forest Parks (Aberdares) and the tens of thousands of wildebeest and zebra (Masai Mara).

Finish your holiday on the Kenyan beaches, which are rightly famous for their silver sand, great snorkelling, diving and a wonderful place to unwind after the excitement of your safari.

The people are welcoming and appreciate their need for tourism and the benefits it can bring. With over 50 tribes, diversity is a given.

This is an ideal destination for the first time in sub Saharan Africa or for those discerning adventurers willing to seek out what the country has to offer beyond the usual.

All photographs by kind permission of Kenya Tourist Board

Beachbikedow      Hot Air Balloon      Wildebeast Crossing River

 

Kenya, East Africa

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Kenya is the most popular country for first time “Africa” visitors but it is also a favoured destination for the seasoned safari hand. It lends itself to the “Bush and Beach” holiday and is very popular with honeymooners.

Summary

Kenya, East Africa

It is the most popular country for first time “Africa” visitors but it is also a favoured destination for the seasoned safari hand. It lends itself to the “Bush and Beach” holiday and is very popular with honeymooners.

Day 1: Nairobi

Day 3: Samburu National Park

Day 5: Mount Kenya/Aberdare Mountains

Day 6: Rift Valley

Day 7: Masai Mara

Day 9: Amboseli

Day 11: Tsavo West

Day 13: Beach

Day 17: Depart Kenya

 

Kenya - Lion

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Description

 

This is the land that spawned the safari, drawing such luminaries as Teddy Roosevelt and Ernest Hemingway. But they were here for the trophies to hang on their walls. After the war came the change in emphasis to using the camera and making safaris more accessible to others. Some would say that it went too far with too many tourists around a pride of lion or any other spectacle. But the truth is that Kenya is huge, the wildlife abundant and the safari experience can be as individual and as private as it ever was.

It is the most popular country for first time “Africa” visitors but it is also a favoured destination for the seasoned safari hand. It lends itself to the “Bush and Beach” holiday and is very popular with honeymooners.

For this suggested itinerary you have the option of being driven between locations or taking light aircraft flights. Or perhaps a mixture of both.

Day 1: Nairobi

Arrive in the capital, Nairobi. Visit the National Park, the only one in the world in a city boundary, which has all of the plains animals and the Big 5 apart from elephant. Consider a trip to Karen Blixen Museum (colonial past), the Elephant Orphanage, the National Museum of Kenya and Snake Park.

2 nights Nairobi

Day 3: Samburu National Park

Today drive north to Samburu National Park. Alternatively catch a small plane for a quick flight to the Park. Samburu is fascinating in that it is on the edge of two types of terrain – the dry semi desert of the Northern Frontier District and the lusher country around Mount Kenya. Because of this, it is home to some rare and different animals, such as Grevy’s Zebra, Gerenuk and Reticulated Giraffe. The Uaso Nyiro River runs through the Park supporting the wildlife and home to pods of hippo and good sized crocodiles.

2 nights Samburu

Day 5: Mount Kenya/Aberdare Mountains

Drive back to Mount Kenya or Aberdare Mountains for a different type of wildlife experience. Hopefully Mount Kenya will be clear making an excellent backdrop for your photos. The afternoon and evening will be spent checking the wildlife that comes out of the forest to drink and feed in the open area. After a good meal you can either continue watching the floodlit waterhole or retire to bed and ask the night watchman to give you a knock if something you particularly want to see (leopard, wild bush pig or elephant for example).

1 night Mount Kenya

 Day 6: Rift Valley

Today you will drive in to the Rift Valley with your destination being a lodge close to Lake Nakuru National Park or Lake Elementaita. The lakes here are famous for the number of greater and lesser flamingos feeding around their edge at different times of the year. Lake Nakuru has another 450 species of birds in the Park, this is a bird enthusiast’s dream. However there are plenty of mammal species to be found here, with good numbers of white rhino and the much more rare black rhino.

1 night Rift Valley

Day 7: Masai Mara

On to the world famous Masai Mara with its open plains and riverine woods. At the right time of the year, the plains are teeming with wildebeest and zebra as they migrate from one part of the Serengeti to the Mara and back again. If you are here for the migration, you will have the chance of watching the hectic and traumatic river crossing by the ungulates. You have a great chance of seeing the big cats here and also good numbers of elephant. Over 450 species of birds have been recorded here with almost 60 raptors included in this number. A wonderful way of seeing the wildlife here is to take an early morning balloon ride across the plains and finish the experience with a champagne breakfast when you land.

2 nights at Masai Mara

 Day 9: Amboseli

Amboseli is the second most popular Park in Kenya after the Masai Mara and is at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro making for the perfect backdrop for your animal photos. The rain and snow melt from the Mountain, and then permeate down to Amboseli into five swamps, two of which are now protected in the National Park. This water source is relied upon by the wild animals of the Park. All of the Big 5 are found here (although the number of rhino is much depleted due to poaching) as are good numbers of the plains animals.

Take morning and late afternoon game drives out over the plains through the Acacia forests and in to the swamps looking for those animals that are high on your wish list. Ensure you drive to the top of Observation Hill which gives you an excellent view of the Park. Take time to look at the bird life here which is prolific, colourful and in abundance. As the Park is within the Masai homeland, you will have the opportunity to visit them in their manyata and learn about their nomadic way of living.

2 nights Amboseli

Day 11: Tsavo West

Your trip today takes you in to Tsavo West National Park and you will be able to see wildlife along most of the journey. Tsavo East and West National Parks account for 4% of Kenya’s landmass and are not as busy as some of the other Parks in Kenya. However the amount and diversity of wildlife and birds (over 500 species have been recorded here) are second to none.

 Tsavo West is a mixture of plains, wooded grassland, mountains and riverine forests. There is also the spectacular volcanic mountain range of the Chyulu Hills which are well worth a visit. The Park is huge and your game drives will take you to these different areas. All of the Big 5 are represented here and the elephants are renowned for their red/brown colour. This is from their taking dust baths in the very red soil.

Drive to the top of Poacher’s Lookout for an all round viewpoint and ensure that you see the crystal clear water at Mzima Springs. Here you have the opportunity to go in to an underwater viewing chamber to see the tilapia fish and, if you are lucky, hippo walking along the bottom of the spring.

2 nights Tsavo West

Day 13: Beach

Now down to the Indian Ocean and time to relax on a silver sand beach in warm sea water. You can be as active or as lazy as you like here. For those wanting to see places, then Fort Jesus in Mombasa, the Gedi Ruins and Shimba Hills National Park are well worth considering. The water activities include snorkelling, diving, sailing and deep sea fishing.

4 nights Beach

Day 17: Depart Kenya

Today depart Kenya for the onward or homeward journey.

Kenya - Peter Ellis

Peter growing up in Kenya – Picture courtesy of Peter Ellis

Kenya - Giraffe

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Kenya - Cheetah

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Kenya - Leopard

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Little Gems

Watch a line of elephant trooping towards the swamp in Amboseli with cattle egrets flying over and Mount Kilimanjaro as the final back ground.

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