- Southern Serengeti
- Ngorongoro Crater
- Lake Manyara National Park & Karata
- Tarangire National Park
- Arusha & Kilimanjaro
- Dar Es Salaam
- Zanzibar & Surrounding Islands
- Mahale Mountain National Park
- Selous Game Reserve
- Ruaha National Park
- Katavi National Park
- Lake Natron
- Lamai Triangle
The town of Kilifi is situated along the magnificent Kenyan coast in the wide mouth of Kilifi Creek. Crucial to the conservation of sea turtles, visitors can also swim amidst abundant coral reefs within the nearby Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve. After safari, one can relax on beautiful white-sand beaches and explore the Mnarani Ruins, an archaeological site of an ancient Swahili settlement, giving some insight into the age of the Arab Spice Trade.
Famous for its gorgeous palm trees and its powder white sand lapped by glistening azure waters, Diani Beach is a popular beach area resting on Kenya’s magnificent Indian Ocean shoreline. The area’s wonderfully warm waters and exquisite coral reefs provide an ideal environment for an array of water-based activities including snorkeling, scuba diving and boat safaris. You’re likely to see turtles, mantas, barracuda and, if you are lucky, even the elusive and exceptionally large whale shark. Diani is also home to Colobus Conservation which provides a sanctuary for these fascinating endangered primates; the Shimba Hills National Reserve which offers an exceptional and unforgettable safari experience; and the nearby Kisite Marine National Park close to the Tanzanian border.
Forming part of the Lamu Archipelago along Kenya’s spectacular coastline, Lamu Island is a peaceful tropical island where life moves slowly. This charming island is mostly blanketed in sand dunes, mango trees and palm groves. Its almost like taking a step back in time… Lamu Old Town is one of the best-preserved and oldest Swahili settlements in East Africa featuring many influences from Omani Arabs, Turkish and Portuguese traders, who all left their mark. To this day there are only a few vehicles on the island and in many respects, the narrow streets, footpaths and alleyways and markets have barely changed in hundreds of years. All of this adds a level of ancient mystique to your tropical island holiday.
Located at the northern end of Msambweni Bay in south eastern Kenya, Chale Island is famous for its stunning white beach fringed by coral reefs, a tidal saltwater lake, and a lush mangrove forest. The various indigenous tropical flora is home to a huge array of insect and primate life. Animals on the island include monkey, baboon, bush baby, small antelope, brightly-colored butterflies and many other creatures. Chale offers excellent scuba diving, spas and relaxation centres, watersports and kayaking, and a range of other pastimes. From here, it is easy to visit Diani Beach, which offers more activities to enjoy, such as safaris to see elephant, more fantastic diving, and thrilling skydiving trips.
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