Safari and Stay: Introduction
Travel is all about creating new and exciting experiences and a safari and stay package is one experience you can’t afford to miss. There are no guarantees on how many of the ‘big 5’ you’ll be able to get up close and personal with, but rhinos, lions, elephants, leopards and buffalos are just a few of the impressive animals that can be seen whilst out on a safari.
Our many safari options allow you to visit some of the most renowned Game Parks on the planet. From South Africa’s Kruger National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara, a safari and stay package is an experience you’ll never forget!
Reasons to visit
With our safari and stay packages, you can combine the excitement of a Kenyan safari with the ultimate in relaxation. Our resorts lie on the picturesque Mombasa coast, allowing guests to experience more than just the one side of Kenya.
Things to see and do
During any Kenyan safari a trip to Kruger Park is not to be missed. Set in the heart of the Lowveld, extending a total of 352 kilometres, it’s here that you can view a wide variety of wild animals. With so much on offer, it’s easy to see why more than half a million travellers visit Kruger each year.
Aside from the abundance of wildlife, there are also 254 known heritage sites in the park including a number of rock art sites. This great wildlife sanctuary is easily accessible from our many resorts yet is still one of the most varied establishments, making it suitable to all tastes.
Another nearby renowned safari park is Kenya’s Masai Mara. Home to a huge number of animals, this particular park is accessible at any time of the year. However, if you’re versatile with dates then coinciding your travel with the migration of the wilder beast between August and September is highly recommendable.
A safari and stay package is a great option for family travellers and one that will allow your kids to make memories that will last a lifetime. Children are able to learn a great deal about nature, wildlife and the surrounding area whilst catching sight of the ‘big five’.
When you’ve had your safari fill, a trip to the Mombasa Coast will allow you to embark on a number of other adventures including watersports, scuba diving, go karting, wind surfing and plenty of evening entertainment too.
Kenya enjoys a warm, tropical climate, which makes it a great destination for those seeking a little sun. The coast is usually hot and humid, whilst further inland tends to be a little dryer.
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