Steven and Heidi's second safari

Steven and Heidi headed back to Tanzania to visit Fanjove Island and saw hundreds of dolphins which was the highlight of their trip. Then they flew over to Kenya and spent a couple of nights in the Masai Mara and saw plenty of game, including a wildebeest migration crossing!

Deloraine House

As part of the Offbeat portfolio, Deloraine House offers beautiful accommodation just outside of Lake Nakuru National Park. The house itself offers a variety of activities with horse riding on the top of the list – an equestrian’s heaven! With the main house a cottage combined with a house and beautiful scenery, it is a home away from home.

Offbeat Mara Camp

This intimate tented camp is located in the Mara North Conservancy in an area of fantastic resident game including the Offbeat lion pride. The conservancy is much more exclusive than the reserve as only the camps inside the conservancy are permitted to game drive.

Alex and Alex's honeymoon

Alex and Alex travelled to Kenya for their safari, staying in Little Governors and Ol Seki Camps, and then onto Zanzibar to relax in Baraza Resort & Spa.

Kenya Walking Safaris

There are a variety of national parks and reserves in Kenya so there is no shortage of game viewing opportunities and activities. Of course, game drives are the main activity for safaris in Kenya, but the country is lucky to have vast expanses of land which make other (and arguably, more exhilarating) activities possible. These include camel riding, horse riding, tubing, helicopter rides, community visits, hot air balloons and many more. However, an activity that Kenya has started to offer more and more, (where possible) is a walking safari.

Lisa and Rob's Kenya and Zanzibar adventure

Lisa and Rob spent a week on safari in the Masai Mara, in Naibor Camp and Kicheche Mara Camp. They then flew to the paradise island of Zanzibar to spend a week relaxing in the Z Hotel in Nungwi.


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