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Romantic itinerary combing the Maasai Mara and Zanzibar Archipelago
Relax in a hammock listening to the hippos in the river nearby
Enjoy private dining by the river and romantic sundowners at Rekero Camp
Dive some of the world's leading dive sites around Fundu Lagoon
Take a dhow out in the evening for a romantic sunset cruise
Pamper yourself with a relaxing treatment in Fundu's little spa
Kenya is a dry country, with regional variations in temperature and rainfall. On the coast, the weather is tropical with high humidity in April and May, and occasional monsoon winds. Inland (including the Central Highlands and Rift Valley) the climate is temperate. The long rains fall from March to May and the short rains fall from late October to December. The best time to visit is usually July to February, and the wildebeest migration usually occurs from mid-July to September.
A wonderfully romantic journey through Kenya. Begin your journey at Naibor, a gorgeous tented camp in the Maasai Mara for an exciting bush experience and complete your holiday at Fundu Lagoon, in Zanzibar.
Fly to the Masai Mara via Nairobi where you will be met by your guide. Your camp, Rekero, is fantastically-positioned on the banks of the Talek River and offers superb game viewing year-round. There is a real sense of welcome in the camp with fabulous guides and hosts. The tents are authentically designed offering comfort in a traditional bush camp, enjoy a romantic sundowner drink for two by the river's edge or a spot of stargazing after dinner.
From Rekero fly to Zanzibar for one night, spend the evening exploring the delights of historic Stone Town or enjoy dinner on the seafront terrace of your hotel.
Next, fly to Fundu Lagoon, on the remote island of Pemba, part of the Zanzibar Archipelago. Whether you want an action-packed honeymoon or simply want to unwind, Fundu has it all. There is superb diving nearby at Misali Island as well as snorkelling. The lodge runs a twice-daily boat shuttle to the island and guests are welcome to take a picnic and just chill on the beach or explore the island. They also have kayaks for exploring the mangroves around the lodge and a traditional sailing dhow, which is often taken out in the evening for a little sunset cruise. There's a pool above the resort with its own bar and a couple of rooms for massage treatments and also a jetty bar, which is popular in the evenings for a pre- or post-dinner drink with other guests. Often, tempting seafood canapés will be made from something one of the guests has caught during the day.
Located off the eastern coast of Africa, in the warm and clear Indian Ocean, Zanzibar is home to some great diving locations. Head to the tiny atolls off the north coast of Zanzibar, or take a trip to its neighbouring island of Pemba.
Exploring this iconic ecosystem in an adapted, open 4x4 safari vehicle with your professional safari guide is one of the best ways to get up close to the huge volume and wide diversity of wildlife in the Mara.
Experience the magic of floating over the plains of the Maasai Mara in a Hot Air Balloon. Balloon safaris are a fantastic way to experience the vast beauty of the Mara and provide exceptional photo opportunities with spectacular lighting and scenery.
Stone Town, Zanzibar Town's old quarter, has an abundance of local shops selling a wide variety of antiques, textiles, and jewellery. Spend a whole day wondering through the narrow streets and pick up some truly unique finds.
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Maasai Mara, Kenya
Stone Town, Zanzibar and the coast, Tanzania
Pemba Island, Tanzania
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