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kenya coast

from 922 USD


01.01. - 31.12.2024




Upon arrival you will be met by our customer service representative who will then assist you to your transfer vehicles for the drive to your beach hotel.  Upon arrival enjoy a non alcoholic welcome drink followed by a short briefing session on your vacation. Dinner and overnight at Leopard Beach Resort.



Wake up to the sounds of the Indian Ocean for a relaxed breakfast at the main hotel restaurant. After breakfast, embark on excursion to Mombasa old Town and Fort Jesus.

Fort Jesus is perhaps the most popular attraction in the Old Town. Constructed by the Portuguese during 1593-1596 and designed by an Italian architect, Cairati, Fort Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Although it is partly damaged, Fort Jesus is a fine display of 16th-century Portuguese military architecture.

Originally used by the Portuguese, the imposing structure rests upon a coral ridge at the entrance of the old town harbor, and its strategic location has resulted in many battles for its control. The site has also been used as soldier barracks and a prison before being obtained by the Trustees of the Kenya National Museum in 1958, and the on-site museum was opened in 1962 Enjoy the exhibition of the wide collection of ceramics and pottery reflecting the various cultures that traded along the coast. Within the compound are many fascinating battlements and derelict buildings including the Omani house, a building with Omani jewelry and displays on Swahili life.

After the fort, your guide leads you into alleys of Old Town, the original Mombasa city that was built in the 13th century and still maintains many significant architectural features of the time, such as filigree timber balconies, beautifully carved wooden doors, Indian and colonial designs and more than 20 mosques, and in 1985, the area received protected status as a conservation project to preserve the historically significant buildings.


Today we will explore Tsavo East National Park, which together with Tsavo West form Kenya's largest
national park with almost 22 000 km². Named after the Tsavo River, which flows from west to east,
the park is considered one of the strongholds of biodiversity in the world. It is a huge park and guests
often have to exercise patience during game viewing, but the rewards are great. The experienced safari
guides are familiar with game movements and the seasonal migration routes and times of wildlife in
Tsavo. Some of Tsavo East's most popular attractions are Mudanda Rock, Yatta Plateau and Lugard
Falls.All meals and overnight at Ngutuni Safari Lodge.

After breakfast you will spend the whole day in the park with a picnic lunch stop. Return to your
lodge/camp for dinner and overnight at Ngutuni Safari Lodge.



Today we return back to the beach.  Depart after breakfast to the coast and spend your day relaxing with various activities at your beach hotel. Dinner and overnight Leopard Beach Resort


DAY 06 - WASINI ISLAND - Optional

Pick up at your hotel at 07.00am and drive to the historical small fishing village of Shimoni at the South Coast, you will have the opportunity to see rural villages, tall palm trees and lush greenery. On arrival a local guide will lead you through the Shimoni caves where slaves were “stored” during the old slave trading days before shipment to the Zanzibar slave market. Then you board a traditional Arab Dhow for a cruise to the Marine Park.

As you sail out on the Indian Ocean, there is an approximately 90% chance to spot Dolphins. You snorkel and marvel at the rich marine life where corals, exotic fish and sea plants are protected. You are provided with masks and snorkels and are accompanied by a certified and experienced guide. Assistance is also provided to first timers. Back on board, you can refresh yourself with fruits and soft drinks.

Sail to Wasini Island, where a tropical seafood lunch is waiting for you. The four-course menu includes crab, fish, sea weed, and rice with coconuts sauce. You can also opt for a chicken or vegetarian menu. Beer, wine and soft drinks are included. The restaurant, built on coral architecture and located directly at the shores, overlooks the channel towards Shimoni. After lunch, you have the option to take a discovery stroll through the Island and its Swahili culture, visiting the beautiful coral garden and the mangrove forest.

Alternatively, you can relax at the restaurant, enjoying the sea view and the breeze. Return to your hotel around 5pm. (all activities and fees included) Dinner & overnight at Leopard Beach Resort. 


Spend a last day at the beach hotel. Dinner and overnight at  Leopard Beach Resort. 


Check out and depart for the airport for return flight home.


  1. Overnight stay and meals according to the itinerary.

  2. Transport in Mini Van with folding roof for sight and photography.

  3. English speaking tour guide

  4. Game drives and park fees according to the itinerary.

  5. Domestic flight

  6. All taxes and duties.

  7. mineral water during game drives.

  8. All airport transfers.

  9. 24 hours stand by service for your questions.



  1. Visa fees and travel insurance.

  2. Tips.

  3. Drinks.

  4. Surcharges at Easter, Christmas and New Year.

  5. Laundry.

  6. Anything not mentioned in the itinerary.

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