Travel Butlers Expand into Kenya and Tanzania News and Updates

Travel Butlers Expand into Kenya and Tanzania

October 25, 2010

Travel Butlers Expand into Kenya and Tanzania

Tracey Campbell - October 25, 2010

We are absolutely delighted to announce that we are now able to help holiday-makers, honeymooners and safari goers plan an exclusive trip to Kenya or Tanzania. These 2 new countries sit extremely well alongside the fabulous destinations which we have been helping people experience for the past 8 years – South Africa, Namibia and Botswana, Mozambique and Vic Falls.

gov8We can take care of everything – from when you arrive in the country, to when you unwillingly have to leave. We can also help you book your international flights too if you would like.

The Masai Mara (also spelled Maasai Mara) is probably the most well-known safari destination in Kenya. It conjures up romantic images of vast open golden savannah grasslands teeming with wildlife, and of course, it is also where the greatest natural wildlife event occurs – the famous Great Migration.

Ditto with the Serengeti in neighbouring Tanzania, which is one of the largest National Parks in Tanzania, and the most visited.

Other safari destinations include Amboseli, Laikipia, Samburu and the Meru National Parks in Kenya, and the Ngorongoro Crater and Selous Game Reserve in Tanzania.

lamu-islandBut its not just about the wildlife. The island of Zanzibar is a tiny piece of paradise in the Indian Ocean, situated just 25 miles from the Tanzanian coast, and 6° south of the equator. Only 60 miles long and 20 miles wide, visitors here will delight in the fascinating history of Stone Town, with its ancient maze of narrow cobbled streets, beautiful mosques, and bazaars.

The Kenyan coast is a wonderful place to relax for a few days either at the start or end of your trip – imagine lying on one of the white, sandy beaches, getting up only to stretch your legs as far as the warm waters of the Indian Ocean to cool off from the hot African sun.

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