Kenya and the Seychelles: From safari to sparkling seas
Day 1-5 Nairobi
Explore the chaotic and sprawling capital of Kenya. Well-known for its national park and game reserve located within the city limits, there are also several important animal sanctuaries located at its fringes including the popular Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage. The suburb of Karen offers a glimpse into the more genteel world of the European expat set, and a drive towards the Ngong Hills is highly recommended.
Transfers to Masai Mara 4h39m
Day 6-10 Masai Mara
Immerse yourself in this world-renowned game reserve located in Narok County, Kenya. Named in honor of the ancestral population of the area, this reserve is famous for its rich cultural heritage as well as a diverse array of flora and fauna. Time your visit to coincide with the spectacle of the wildebeest migration as these magnificent herds attempt the dangerous crossing of the crocodile-infested Mara River.
Day 11-15 Mahe
Enjoy the beautiful scenery on the largest island in the Seychellois archipelago. Located in the Indian Ocean, this area is known for its white-sand beaches and crystal blue seas. Don’t miss the beach scene at Beau Vallon in the north of the island or a visit to sleepy Victoria, whose small town feel belies its role as the nation’s capital city.
Day 16-21 Praslin
Wake up in the beautiful landscape of the Seychelles archipelago’s second largest island. This island is where you’ll find the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is one of only two places in the country where you’ll find the coco de mer palm with its distinctively shaped fruit. This popular location is brimming with hotels and resorts catering for all tastes and budgets.
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