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Kenya Africa Adventure Trip

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Kenya Africa Adventure Trip

  1. 1. Special<br />AFRICA<br />Kenya<br />
  2. 2.  <br /> <br />Proposal for a honeymoon<br />2 participants, 1 double bedroom<br /> <br />KENYA<br />Who has not dreamed of living in a tent, listen to the sounds of Savannah<br /> and have the impression that the vastness of the bush for himself? At your<br /> disposal, for your comfort in spacious canvas tents, you have toilets, showers,<br /> mess tent, a very caring staff, excellent food Camps or private homes<br /> "Bush Homes' friendly environment in parks or private sanctuaries. <br />You will find that time spent at camp, is as exciting and interesting <br />as a game drives. It is not unusual for an elephant to cross the camp,<br /> that night the lions roar not so far... Memories that will long be etched <br />in your memory. During your safari, you will be accompanied by guides <br />who are passionate about wildlife and flora, and speakers are outstanding.<br />10 days / 11 night<br />ChuylluHills - Masai Mara - Lamu<br />
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  6. 6.  <br /> <br /> <br />Day 1: Europe – Nairobi<br />Arrive late evening in Nairobi. Home by one of our representatives. Transfer to your hotel.<br />The Giraffe Manor<br />The Giraffe Manor was built in 1932 by Sir David Duncan. 120 acres, <br />a few miles from downtown Nairobi. In 1974, Jock Leslie-Melville <br />and his wife Betty bought the mansion and formed The African Fund for Endangered Wildlife <br />(AFEW). Five of Rothschild giraffes were brought to the mansion and have bred successfully. <br />When Jock died, Betty opened the mansion to visitors. Spacious and elegant, Giraffe Manor <br />is the only place where you can feed a giraffe from his room or dining room. In the forest you can <br />spot bushbuck, dikdik, and more than 180 species of birds. Drinks included.<br />Overnight at The Giraffe Manor (dinner included, drinks included).<br />www.giraffemanor.com/<br />-<br />
  7. 7.  <br />Day 2 : Nairobi - Chuyllu Hills<br />Transfer from giraffe Manor to Wilson Airport. Safari Link flight Nairobi / Chuyllu Hills 7:30 to 8:20.<br />Located on the slopes of fixtures ChuylluOlDonyoWuas is the domain of Richard Bonham, Honorary Warden <br />a private territory of 240,000 acres. The location is superb, magnificent landscapes alternating Chuyllu mountains, <br />plains and the majestic Kilimanjaro: the vastness of the bush. Lodge fame, which recently underwent a complete renovation: <br />an architecture nothing avant-garde plus some more traditional style rooms (local materials). <br />High level comfort and services. The lodge can accommodate about twenty visitors. It is the only accommodation located <br />within the private concession Mbirikani, a vast territory where the Masai live in accordance with their traditional lifestyle. <br />OlDonyoWuas offers the guarantee of safaris in privacy, away from the tourist hordes who swept into other protected <br />sites in the country!<br />
  8. 8.  <br /> <br /> <br />Days 3 and 4 : Chuyllu Hills<br />Days devoted to various activities.<br />Was OlDonyo nights (full board, beverages included)<br />
  9. 9. Day 5 : Chuyllu Hills - Masai Mara<br />Private charter Cessna 182 Chuyllu Hills / Masai Mara, 8.30-11am<br />The Masai Mara National Reserve is located in the south-western Kenya: it borders the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.<br /> It is located about five hours drive from Nairobi and covers an area of ​​1,672 km ². The altitude varies between 1,500 and 2,170 m.<br /> The Mara is a wildlife reserves most popular across the country, with its beautiful scenery and the extraordinary wealth of wildlife, it brings.<br /> Just like Amboseli, Mara is a traditional breeding area of ​​the Masai, who have always shared the land with wildlife. Even today, it is not at all uncommon<br /> to see a Masai shepherd keeping his flock in the midst of the great savanna, near herds of wild animals. The Mara’s landscape of characterized by large <br />rolling plains covered with grassland and scattered trees interspersed with rivers lined with riverine forests. Large carnivores are many lions, leopards, <br />cheetahs ... The silhouette of large acacia stands out above the bush at sunset, as the impressive mounds, while the sky is responsible for heavy clouds<br /> announcing a tropical downpour close. The impression of vastness is involved, the scenery superb. During the months of July and August, huge herds <br />of wildebeest and zebra invaded the Masai Mara from Serengeti neighbor in search of green pastures. At this time of year, the animal population <br />in the Mara is more than a millions.<br />Ol Seki Mara<br />Located on the hills overlooking the river seasonal Isupukiai, it offers a panoramic view over the plains of the Mara. <br />This lodge is also part of the group's private ranch Koyaki .. The 6 spacious tents, nestled between the acacias, whose decor is minimalist.<br /> The lighting is solar. A Ol Seki, luxury and exclusivity.<br />Activities at Ol Seki:<br />Day game drive<br />Night game drive<br />Picnic in the bush<br />Visit wineries Ndorobo<br />Visit a Masai village<br />Guided walk under the stars<br />Walking with a guide Masai<br />Laundry service<br />Overnight at Ol Seki (full board, beverages included)<br /> <br />
  10. 10.  <br />Days 6 and 7 : Masai Mara<br />Days devoted to various activities.<br />Ol Seki nights (full board, beverages included)<br />
  11. 11.  <br /> <br />Days 6 and 7 : Masai Mara<br />Days devoted to various activities.<br />Ol Seki nights (full board, beverages included)<br />Day 8: Masai Mara - Nairobi - Lamu<br />Safari Link flight Masai Mara / Nairobi 11h-12h15. Safari Link flight Nairobi / Lamu 1:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. <br />Breakfast not included, <br />possibility to have lunch at Wilson Airport (+ / - $ 15). Boat transfer Home to Manda Bay.<br />Lamu is a town, an island and an archipelago. It consists of a string of seven small islands. <br />Throughout the archipelago,we discover many historical sites, evidence of a troubled past who gave birth <br />to the Swahili culture.<br />Another world. The visitor is transported into another world where the only means of communication <br />is walking<br /> Walk, travel by dhow (dhows) or donkey. This magical city will reveal its architecture,<br />its carved doors, mosques ... evidence of a past history of more than 10 centuries.<br />Places and monuments to visit (optional):<br />The Museum of the post (first post in East Africa)<br />The Fort Museum<br />The Lamu Museum<br />The Pwani Mosque (1370)<br />Swahili House Museum<br /> <br />
  12. 12.  <br /> <br /> <br />Manda Bay is located at the northwestern tip of Manda Island in Lamu and face (20 minutes by dhow - dhow).<br />Lamu archipelago, virgin paradise. It stretches over a long sheltered beach facing the shallow waters of the lagoon.<br />And at your feet: a pristine beach and the Indian Ocean. You can fish or dive into the many coves. The food is excellent. <br />The sixteen bungalows were clapped in agreement with the surroundings by using natural materials. <br />All rooms are decorated with local crafts, have a bathroom and a fan.<br />Activities and services including:<br />Sundowners.SailingWindsurfingKayakCanoeBirdWalkSwimming<br />Laundry<br />Optional (tentative):<br />Deep Sea Fishing Half day, 6 hours, $ 700<br />Deep sea fishing 1 day, $ 1,100Dhow trip - dhow, half day, $ 800Dhow trip - dhow, 1 day, $ 1,000<br />Visit Lamu dhow with picnic, $ 90 per person<br />Snorkeling $ 85 ½ hour<br />Sailing courses and / or windsurf $ 60/hour<br />Overnight at Manda Bay, Sea View Room, full board, drinks not included<br />www.mandabay.com/<br />
  13. 13.  <br /> <br /> <br />Day 8 : Masai Mara - Nairobi – Lamu.<br />Safari Link flight Masai Mara / Nairobi 11h-12h15. Safari Link flight Nairobi / Lamu 1:45 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.<br /> Breakfast not included,<br /> possibility to have lunch at Wilson Airport (+ / - $ 15). Boat transfer Home to Manda Bay.<br />Lamu is a town, an island and an archipelago. It consists of a string of seven small islands. Throughout the archipelago,<br />we discover many historical sites, evidence of a troubled past who gave birth to the Swahili culture.<br />Another world. The visitor is transported into another world where the only means of communication is walking<br /> Walk, travel by dhow (dhows) or donkey. This magical city will reveal its architecture,<br />its carved doors, mosques ... evidence of a past history of more than 10 centuries.<br />Places and monuments to visit (optional):<br />The Museum of the post (first post in East Africa)<br />The Fort Museum<br />
  14. 14. Days 9 and 10 : Lamu<br />Nights at Manda Bay. Sea View Room, full board. Drinks not included<br />Day 11 : Lamu - Nairobi - Europe, half board<br />Lunch at Manda Bay. Transfer by boat to the airstrip on Manda. Safari Link flight Lamu / Nairobi 16h-18h. <br />Dinner to the restaurant: Talisman. (Not inclusive. Fly in the evening to Europe. End of our services.<br />Per person (based on two participants, 1 double room):<br />Period<br />Green Season<br />March / April / May / November<br />1 to 19 December 2011<br />$ 6,505<br />Regular Season<br />3 January to 28 February 2011<br />June and October $ 7,225<br />Premium Season<br />July / August / September<br />December 20 to January 2, 2012 $ 7,825<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />
  15. 15.  <br /> <br />This participation includes:<br />• Accommodation and full board (depending on program)<br />• Drinks DonyoWuasOl, Ol Seki (except for certain wines, spirits and champagne)<br />• The game drives, vehicle non-exclusive, extra $ 250 per day per vehicle for the exclusive benefit of the vehicle<br />• Entries in the reserves, national parks and private sanctuaries<br />• Domestic flights to:<br /> Nairobi / Chuyllu Hills Safari Link<br />Chuylly Hills / Masai Mara privately chartered Cessna 182<br />• Masai Mara / Nairobi Safari Link<br />• Nairobi / Lamu / Nairobi Safari Link<br />• Activities under the program<br />• The Flying Doctors insurance (medical evacuation by small plane to the hospital closest European Standard, Kenya only)<br />• The domestic airport taxes<br />This participation does not include:<br />• International flight<br />• Optional excursions<br />• The visa fee ($ 50 for EU nationals)<br />• The cancellation insurance (highly recommended)<br />• Health insurance / repatriation / Accident (required)<br />• Expenses of personal nature<br />• The sudden increase of fuel or entries in national parks or private concessions<br />Safari Link for flights, private charter: 15 kg of luggage per person, no bag, soft bag!<br /> <br />
  16. 16. Budget:<br /> <br /> <br /> <br />Per person (based on two participants, 1 double room):<br />Period<br />Green Season<br />March / April / May / November<br />1 to 19 December 2011 - $ 8,505<br />Regular Season<br />3 January to 28 February 2011<br />June and October - $ 9,225<br />Premium Season<br />July / August / September<br />December 20 to January 2, 2012 $ 9,825<br />Rates are given as indicative and are subject to fluctuation depending on the <br />Circumtances and demands, for example, routing set transfers.<br />

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