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based on 9 nights inc. flights & daily experiences
* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public holidays) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.
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Full Board and activities
per person based on a family of trwo adults and two children under 12 years sharing, including domestic flights, private transfers, accommodation, all meals, house drinks, safari activities and non-motorised watersports.
An incredible family adventure combining safari in the iconic Masai Mara with time relaxing on a pristine beach
Watch game come to drink at the waterhole below as you relax by the pool in between game drives
Ideal for summer holidays as the Great Wildebeest Migration takes place from July to October
Stay in a fully-staffed private safari house in the Masai Mara complete with swimming pool and private safari guide
This holiday makes for a fantastic experience with outstanding service throughout
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.
The perfect family adventure combining a safari in the Maasai Mara at a private safari house with private guide, enjoying superb game-viewing, followed by time relaxing on an idyllic beach on the southern coast, enjoying watersports and other activities.
Connect in Nairobi and fly straight into the heart of the Masai Mara, one of Africa's finest wildlife destinations. Stay at a private safari house with your own safari guide and seek out big cats, large herds of elephants and hippos wallowing in the rivers and the iconic grassy savannah plains.
Acacia House is one of three Mara bush homes, designed to be a home away from home, offering you total flexibility on your safari and plenty of space to relax together as a family. Two of the houses share a swimming pool, giving children somewhere to let off steam and parents a place to relax between game drives.
Spend your days enjoying morning and afternoon game-drives, guided bush walks (not suitable for young children), and visits to the nearby village where your children might play a game of football with the local kids. Each day will be different and planned by you alongside your guide, so if some of you want to stay behind and relax for an afternoon, or you don't want quite such an early start one morning, it's your call.
You then fly directly to Diani, on the southern Kenya coast for some well-earned rest and relaxation at the beautiful Kinondo Kwetu. There are endless things to do here, including snorkelling, diving, fishing, stand-up paddleboarding, canoeing, horse-riding on the beach and tennis. And if you need a bit of pampering, indulge in massage treatments or unwind in the wood-fired sauna.
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.
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