Take 10 nights to return to the essence of a safari reminiscent of a golden era in the Masai Mara, then relaxing on the beach where every evening you can enjoy gorgeous African sunsets due to the west-facing location of your 5* beach resort on the island of Zanzibar.
First, you'll journey through the sun-scorched plains and valleys of Kenya deep into the Masai Mara, where you'll stay at Cottar's 1920s Safari Camp. Situated in an untouched exclusive concession bordering the Serengeti, Masai Mara and Loliondo reserves, the camp and the area guarantee privacy and an abundance of wildlife. The camp accommodates up to 28 guests in authentic white canvas luxury tents. The camp spreads over 1 kilometre and has 2 mess tents, so guests are assured a spacious yet intimate environment. The tents include private ensuite dressing rooms and bathrooms, main bedrooms and verandas, with family tents also having a living room with a fireplace.
After a few safari-filled days, you'll continue to Zanzibar to unwind in style, staying at Zuri Zanzibar which offers 300 meters of private, pristine beach and lush tropical gardens. Your Ocean View Bungalow here has panoramic views over the Indian Ocean - and one of your nights will be completely free if you stay during the period when they are running their highly popular Stay 7/Pay 6 price offer.
Arrive into Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta Airport. You will be met once you disembark from the plane and assisted through Immigration (including help if required with visa application and processing), luggage collection and Customs (luggage screening), and then be accompanied to meet up with your driver-guide.
You will then be transferred to Wilson Airport, where you will check in for your flight to the Masai Mara.
Safarilink 01 (Light Aircraft): Fly from Wilson Airport (WIL) departing at 10:00 to Keekorok Airstrip, arriving at 11:00
You will be met at the airstrip and transferred to your safari camp, arriving in time for lunch. Mornimg and afternoon game drives, bush walks, bush meals and sundwners are all part of the experience at Cottar's 1920s Safari Camp.
After lunch, you will be transferred back to the airstrip where you will board your flight across to the coast.
Safarilink 02 (Light Aircraft): Fly from Keekorok Airstrip departing at 11:00 to Wilson Airport (WIL), arriving at 12:15
You will be assisted with the connection with your flight onto Zanzibar.
Safarilink 57 (Light Aircraft): Fly from Nairobi Wilson (WIL) departing at 14:00 to Zanzibar (ZNZ), arriving at 15:45
You will be met once you disembark from the plane by our representative, who will be holding a sign with your name. You will be assisted through passport control, luggage collection and luggage screening, and then be accompanied to meet up with your transfer driver.
You will then be transferred to Zuri Zanzibar.
Boasting some of the archipelago's finest offerings, the Zuri Zanzibar hotel offers 300 meters of private, pristine beach and a lush spice garden. Guests can enjoy the region's gorgeous African sunsets due to the property's west-facing location on the northern edge of the main island of Zanzibar.
You will need to check out of your room this morning but you can remain at the hotel and use all the facilities until you are collected for your transfer back to the airport. Alternatively, if you have an evening flight, the hotel may be able to arrange a late check out for you (additional cost and payable directly to the hotel) subject to the availability of the room.
Holiday Destination: Holiday to Kenya and Tanzania for 10 nights
Passengers: 2 Adults
Example Cost for 2 Adults: * per person sharing.
*Excludes international flights from your home country - please ask us if you would like us to include these for you.
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