KENYA HOLIDAYS

Incandescent hues of red, orange and yellow fill the sky, silhouetting the giraffes, birds and acacia trees as the sun descends on the Serengeti. This iconic image is what has become emblematic of Kenya, safaris and Africa as a whole. While sunsets here make for incredible photographs, no picture can truly capture the majestic beauty and rewarding experience of watching some of the world’s most revered animals in their natural habitat.

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Leopard Beach Resort & Spa star star star star
Leopard Beach Resort & Spa

Situated in the enviable location upon Diani Beach along Kenya’s Southern Coast, the Leopard Beach Resort & Spa is a magnificent exotic escape that welcomes any and all guests with open arms, presenting a world of modern comfort and space emphasised by the surrounding splendour to create an ambiance of sheer bliss and serenity. Guests can enjoy the wonders of the local landscape or simply relax in the warm comfort of the resort’s many luxuries... Show More

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Turtle Bay, Watamu

With its privileged location on Africa’s sparkling east coast and on the edge of Watamu Marine Park, Turtle Bay Resort is an excellent choice for a dream Kenya beach holiday.

Set on 200 metres of pristine sand, Turtle Bay Resort offers a relaxing setting from which to appreciate the beautiful African surroundings, whilst its close proximity to Watamu Marine Park makes it an ideal base from which to explore the lagoons and coral.

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Papillon Lagoon Reef, South Coast
This is a comfortable resort decorated in traditional Swahili style. It stands in exotic gardens inhabited by colobus monkeys, and makes the most of its beachside location by offering watersports, coral-reef diving, and other activities. Just 32km from Mombasa on Diani Beach, a stay here is easily combined with a safari. Show More
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Baobab Beach Resort, South Coast
This luxurious south-coast resort boasts a clifftop location surrounded by primal forest, just an hour’s drive from Mombasa, making it the perfect add-on to a Kenyan safari. There are many activities on offer, including snorkeling, diving, big game fishing and glass-bottom-boat trips, though you may prefer to just enjoy this stunning stretch of coast, on the beach or by the beachfront pool - and most rooms face the sea, so you need not miss a mom... Show More
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7 Day Kenya Classic
7 Day Kenya Classic
Visit the wide open plains of the Masai Mara, gaze at the shimmery pink waters of Lake Nakuru and hunt for the 'Big Five' of African wildlife on this seven day safari taking in some of the most picturesque regions of Kenya. Show More
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Kenya

Kenya’s natural beauty is undeniably breathtaking. Its unique land formations, vast plains, deep craters and coral reef are all reason enough to visit this great nation – even if just to capture post card-worthy photographs. However, it’s the close encounters, thrilling adventures, humbling experiences and serene moments that make this place such a magical kingdom.

Whether embarking on a safari, lapping in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean or hiking the steep summit of Mt. Kenya, the endless adventures and activities are what make Kenya such an enticing and rewarding place to visit. Visitors are left with incredible memories and hopes of returning one day soon.

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Things to do in Kenya

  • The Masai Mara National Reserve is one of the best places to embark on a wildlife journey. With numerous opportunities to see the big five and several other animals, the park is a must-visit.
  • Watch the great migration that happens every year when the thousands of wildebeests, antelope and zebras make their way from Tanzania to Kenya in search of fresh food and water.
  • Discover tribal traditions with a visit to one of the many different tribes. This provides visitors with a humbling and rewarding insight into the time-honored traditions and lifestyle of Africa’s earliest settlers.
  • Explore the coastal treasure on Kenya’s southern coast of Mombasa which boasts pristine, sun-drenched beaches and rich coral reef.
  • Watch as the long-legged and elegant pink flamingos frolic in the alkaline waters of Lake Nakuru. Look out for elephants, giraffe, ostriches and white rhino nearby.

Time to start planning an unforgettable holiday to Kenya? For more information on Travelbag’s tailor-made holidays, contact us at 0871 703 4244 Costs 13p/min + network extras to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable travel experts.

The days in Kenya are long, with the sun often remaining out from dusk until dawn. The country’s location on the equator means that sun exposure is greater and stronger, and that sunscreen is necessary at all times. Sunglasses, hats and other protective gear are also highly advised.

While the days may be filled with plenty of sunlight and warmth, the nights and mornings can be cool, especially on safaris and on top of the mountain. Take plenty of layers such as a t-shirt, jumper and fleece, so that you can dress accordingly.

Although it is not required, yellow fever vaccination is highly recommended for travel to Kenya. Anti-malarial medication is also recommended. Be sure to keep all paperwork on-hand in the event that you are required to present it. Mosquito nets and insect repellent are also essential, even when navigating the city street.

However you choose to capture the majestic Kenyan moments, be sure to carry plenty of back up power sources and materials. Kenya has great phone service, so your mobile phones will work. Binoculars are a must for wildlife viewing. Additionally, a small torch is always a good thing to have on-hand.

  • Time zone – GMT+3
  • Language – English and Swahili
  • Capital – Nairobi
  • Currency – Kenyan Shilling

Since Kenya lies on the equator, it boasts some incredibly diverse and pleasant climates. The days tend to be dry with plenty of sunlight and average temperatures between 20°C and 25°C. The weather along the coast remains consistent all year and can be pretty humid and warm, but the sea breeze adds a refreshing touch to the 23°C to 27°C temperatures. Western Kenya is also pretty hot and humid. However, central Kenya is situated at a higher altitude, which means the temperatures remain relatively mild. The temperatures in the mountains are much cooler, with nights often dropping below freezing and permanent snow.

The rainy season runs from March to May and November to December. Typical rainfall consists of heavy downpours that last about an hour, and are followed by sun and clear skies. The dry season, and best time for wildlife viewing, is from July to October and mid December to March. High travel season along the coast runs from September to January, with the hottest months being December and January.

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