All-inclusive Kenya beach holiday with awe-inspiring safari stays

Diani Beach, Taita Hills Private Wildlife Sanctuary & more options throughout

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The perfect package with flights included

Mombasa

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge, Tsavo West National Park

Baobab Beach Resort & Spa, Diani

Baobab Beach Resort & Spa, Diani

Mombasa

Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park

Ashnil Aruba Lodge, Tsavo East

Ashnil Aruba Lodge, Tsavo East

Ashnil Aruba Lodge, Tsavo East

Tsavo National Park

Tsavo National Park

Shimba Hills Green Safari Lodge, Kwale

Shimba Hills Green Safari Lodge, Kwale

Shimba Hills Green Safari Lodge, Kwale

Bushbaby, Shimba Hills National Reserve

African Monarch Butterfly, Shimba Hills National Reserve

Amboseli people, Amboseli National Park

Sentrim Amboseli, Kimana

Sentrim Amboseli, Kimana

Amboseli National park

Amboseli National park

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge, Tsavo West National Park

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge, Tsavo West National Park

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge, Tsavo West National Park

Discover Kenya's silky sands of Diani Beach with an all-inclusive stay, plus a full board safari and additional safari options – includes all travel, guided game drives and more

Diani Beach

The flawless white sands of Kenya’s Diani Beach allures travellers of all kinds, whether water babies, adventure-seekers or nature lovers; it's home to glorious white-sand beaches as well as stunning corals and forests teeming with wildlife. Staying at the Baobab Beach Resort, you’ll have access to all the sun, sand, sea and spa sessions you could ever need. Unwind and make the most of the prime location on the palm-filled, white-sand Diani Beach. If you can ever tear yourself away from lazing in your hammock, why not visit the nearby monkey sanctuary, and gorge yourself on fresh seafood and all the flavours of Kenya.

Taita Hills Private Wildlife Sanctuary

The Taita Hills, a verdant area of forested hills and scrubland, borders the vast Tsavo West National Park, one of East Africa’s largest wilderness reserves. Within this region is a privately-owned wildlife sanctuary, covering an area of around 100 square kilometres, otherwise known as the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary. The landscape here is dramatic, and there are over 50 species of mammals and 300 species of birds found here, including elephants, lions, buffalo and giraffe. Large numbers of wildlife come to drink at the waterholes, so the Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge provides a rare opportunity to view animals at close proximity in their natural habitat.

Shimba Hills National Reserve (optional)

The Shimba Hills National Reserve is a small spot in the Coastal Province of Kenya, 33 kilometres or so from Mombasa and 15 kilometres from the coast. The reserve is a mix of coastal rainforest, drier woodlands and grasslands, and is an important area for plant biodiversity – over 50% of Kenya’s flora are found here, including rare orchids. The reserve itself is home to numbers of elephants, as well as the country’s only population of sable antelope. There are plentiful bird species found here also, as well as the scenic Sheldrick Falls and the lush Mwaluganje Forest.

Tsavo East National Park (optional)

If you’re on the 14-night itinerary, you’ll then head to the head to the wilds of Tsavo East National Park for game drives galore. You’ll be staying at the Ashnil Aruba Lodge, a secluded lodge offering deluxe guest rooms and luxury tents close to the famous Aruba Dam. Tsavo East National Park is one of Kenya’s oldest national parks, and given its size and the fact that there are very few camps and lodges found here, you’ll likely to have your time here all by yourself. The park itself is nine times bigger than the Maasai Mara, and all the Big Five are resident here, as well as up to 10,000 elephants. Get your spotters’ hat on and see if you can spot them as well as cheetah, leopards and endangered black rhino.

Amboseli National Park (optional)

Again, if you are joining the 14-night itinerary, you’ll get the chance to spend a night in Amboseli National Park, which is known for its large elephant herds and views of Mount Kilimanjaro. This is one of the region’s most famous national parks, and besides excellent views, you’ll have a good chance of spotting lions, spotted hyenas, giraffes, buffalo and gazelles during your time here.

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