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Zanzibar Beach Holiday

Zanzibar Beach Holiday

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The Zanzibar archipelago consists of more than 50 islands, ranging from tiny outcrops to the larger, more populated islands of Zanzibar (more properly called Unguja) and Pemba. The beaches are often stunning, with powdery white sand, shaded by palm trees. Options for a Zanzibar beach holiday are many, but broadly, the island can be divided

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16 Days Bush and Beach Safari

16 Days Bush and Beach Safari

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This tremendous introduction to Kenya’s natural wonders starts in the spectacular uplands of northern Kenya. After staying in the wild and rugged Samburu, you will then head to the awe-inspiring Aberdare National Park. Next you will go to the Masai Mara – Kenya’s world-famous safari landscape – for an unforgettable bush experience. Then it’s time

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Beach Holidays Mombasa

Beach Holidays Mombasa

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On your arrival in Mombasa either by train or by flight, you will be met by our guide and transferred to you preferred choice of accommodation. The beaches in Mombasa will offer the most relaxation experience along the fresh waters of the Indian ocean, Stay for the desired number of nights during which you Spend

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Malindi and Watamu Beach Holidays

Malindi and Watamu Beach Holidays

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Malindi is a popular tourist destination located 120 Km to the North-east of mombasa There are a number of exciting things to do in Malindi. From historical sites to cultural attractions, On your arrival in Malindi flight, or by road, you will be met by our guide and transferred to you preferred choice of accommodation.

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Lamu Island

Lamu Island

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The island itself is a beautiful place of rolling dunes and endless beaches, where tiny villages nestle among coconut and mango plantations and lateen sailed dhows ply the waters. However Lamu’s real attraction is its Old town. It is mainly a Swahili settlement that has many visitors and influences, including Portuguese explorers, Turkish traders and