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    2 Days Naivasha Trip - Tour
    • Nairobi, Nairobi County
    • 1 Night 2 Days

    2 Days Naivasha Trip

    $ 22

    Naivasha is unique in that it features an extinct volcano, a thick forest, hundreds of Umbrella Acacia trees, and is home to Mt Longonot, Hells Gate National Park and Lake Naivasha. Enjoy breathtaking sights and views of Lake Naivasha as you enjoy your lakeside safari. Set on the shores of Lake Naivasha, Fisherman's Camp combines traditional African roots amd contemporary global styles. The camp extends from a beautiful canopy of acacia trees up into the hill where you can enjoy the magnificent views of the lake and the surrounding areas. Just an hour and a half from Nairobi, it offers a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to relax by the lake or set yourself for an amazing Kenyan adventure! Fisherman’s is also home to the fantastic Rift Valley Festival – a gathering of local and international music artists, combining traditional African roots and global styles. Bottom Camp, on the shore of Lake Naivasha is a beautiful campground covered by acacia trees, which house a wide variety of wildlife such as our resident colobus monkeys, lovebirds, African Fish Eagles and the occasional marabou stork. You can even watch hippo grazing at dusk from your tent – don’t worry, an electric fence deters them from venturing into the main camp! Tents can also be hired on request and we also have 4 rustic bandas (chalet) with toilet and hot shower and a fully equipped cottage if you prefer to sleep in more comfort. Top Camp sits above South Lake Road and looks out over Lake Naivasha with breathtaking views of the Aberdare Mountains. We have a number of cottages to suit a range of budgets, all with a veranda looking out to the Lake.

    Bagamayo Day Trip - Tour
    • Bagamoyo, Pwani Region
    • 1 Day

    Bagamayo Day Trip

    $ 105

    Early breakfast, drive to Bagamoyo for full day, after spending your full day in Bagamoyo you will return to your lodge for dinner & overnight Bagamoyo, Tanzania, is a town founded at the end of the 18th century, though it is an extension of a much older (8th century) settlement, Kaole. It was the capital of German East Africa and was one of the most important trading ports along the East African coast along the west of the Indian Ocean. Now, the town has about 30,000 inhabitants and is the capital of the Bagamoyo District. Bagamoyo it lies 75 kilometers (47 miles) north of Dar-es-Salaam on the coast of the Indian Ocean, close to the island of Zanzibar The original settlement, Kaole, was founded c. 800 CE, and grew into an important trading town by the 13th century. The Kaole Ruins contain the remnants of two mosques and 30 tombs, dated back to the 13th century. Around the 17th century, the settlement 2-3 miles north of Kaole began growing. This area grew in prosperity, acquiring the name Bagamoyo by the 18th century as an important stop in the caravan trade (the name means "take the load off and rest"). Until the 18th century, Bagamoyo was a small trading center where most of the population was fishermen and farmers. The main trading goods were fish, salt, and gum, among other things. Bagamoyo became the most important trading entrepot of the east central coast of Africa in the late 19th century. In the late 18th century Muslim families settled in Bagamoyo, all of which were relatives of Shamvi la Magimba in Oman. They made their living by enforcing taxes on the native population and by trading in salt, gathered from the Nunge coast north of Bagamoyo. In the first half of the 19th century, Bagamoyo became a trading port for ivory and the slave trade, with traders coming from the African interior, from places as far as Morogoro, Lake Tanganyika and Usambara on their way to Zanzibar. This explains the meaning of the word Bagamoyo ("Bwaga-Moyo") which means "Lay down your Heart" in Swahili. It is disputed whether this refers to the slave trade which passed through the town (i.e. "give up all hope") or to the porters who rested in Bagamoyo after carrying 35 lb cargos on their shoulders from the Great Lakes region (i.e. "take the load off and rest"). Since there is little evidence to support that Bagamoyo was a major slave port (Kilwa, much further south, has earned this status and that tens of thousands of porters arrived at Bagamoyo annually in the latter half of the 19th century, it is more likely that the name of the town derives from the latter interpretation. The slave trade in East Africa was officially prohibited in the year 1873, but continued surreptitiously to the end of the 19th century In 1868, Bagamoyo local rulers, known as majumbe, presented the Catholic "Fathers of the Holy Ghost" with land for a mission north of the town, the first mission in East Africa. This caused resistance by the native Zaramo people which was mediated by representatives of Sultan Majid and, after 1870, by Sultan Barghash. Originally the mission was intended to house children who were rescued from slavery, but it soon expanded to a church, a school, and some workshops and farming projects. But Bagamoyo was not only a trade centre for ivory and copra; it was also a starting point for renowned European explorers. From Bagamoyo they moved out to find the source of the River Nile and explored the African inner lakes. Some of these were Richard Francis Burton, John Hannin  Speke, Henry Morton Stanley and James Augustus Grant. Although often believed so, David Livingstone had never been to Bagamoyo in his lifetime. Only after his death he was laid out in the Old Church's tower (nowadays named Livingston Tower) to wait for the high tide to come in and ship his body to Zanzibar. Bagamoyo was the first capital of the colony while serving as the German headquarters of German East Africa (first under the auspices of the German East African Company and then the German Imperial Government) between 1886-1891. Dar es Salaam became the new capital of the colony in 1891. The town was apparently the (1895) birthplace of SS-Oberführer Julian Scherner. During World War I, on August 15, 1916, a British air attack and naval bombardment was launched on Bagamoyo, the Germans were overrun and the German garrison taken. When the German Empire decided to build a railway from Dar es Salaam into the interior in 1905, Bagamoyo's importance began to decline

    Jabali Ridge - Tour
    • Iringa
    • 1 Night

    Jabali Ridge

    $ 349

    Set high on a rocky kopje overlooking a landscape dotted with spiky palms and bulbous baobabs, Jabali Ridge is a sophisticated base from which to explore Ruaha National Park. The remarkable beauty of Ruaha is not only in the landscape and its diversity of flora and fauna, or the impressive big game, but in the feeling of having the wilderness all to yourself. With only a handful of visitors at any one time in an area the size of New Jersey, this is an exceptional safari experience. Jabali Ridge’s 8 suites are hidden amongst the rocky boulders that cocoon the property. An infinity pool, spa and plenty of places to laze ensure that time off is as memorable as time out in the bush. Expert guides lead walking safaris, game drives and night drives. There is a small spa where you can unwind after a day out on safari, and an infinity swimming pool with views over this beautiful park. Dining is a highlight, with three-course gourmet dinners served under the African sky each evening, fresh, light lunches and the choice of a bush picnic breakfast or brunch back at the lodge. Ruaha is a wild and unspoilt park in southern Tanzania, with a wide range of wildlife to seek out on your safari. There are good numbers of big cats here, with regular sightings of lion prides, leopard and cheetah, as well as large herds of elephant and buffalo, and more unusual species such as roan antelope and sable. The guides at Jabali Ridge are some of Tanzania's finest, ensuring you maximise your experience here and see as much wildlife as possible. Safari activities include game-drives and night-drives in open-sided vehicles, and guided walking safaris which offer an entirely different perspective. There are just ten suites here, each built in and around the kopje for ultimate privacy. With king sized beds, wooden floors, and views from every part of the suite out over the park, they are a stylish retreat where you can unwind after an exhilarating day on safari. Louvered shutters offer privacy or can be kept open. There are ensuite bathrooms with rain showers and outside each suite has a large deck with a sunken lounge - a perfect spot for a morning coffee before your first game drive of the day.

    • 3 Nights 4 Days


    $ 500

    Activities; Many and varied. Activities are programmed seasonally and to suit locations. They include swimming, hiking, fishing,  horseback riding, stand-up paddle boarding, drumming, kite flying, fire building, group games and team challenges, scavenger hunts, sports plus other exciting activities that are relevant to locations and conditions. Locations; Throughout the year we utilise locations in these area; Lake elementaita, Forster, Lake naivasha, Nakuru, Mombasa, Nairobi, Masai mara. We vary where we go depending on season, capacity and age of children and are always prepared for unfavourable weather conditions. We select the ultimate location to fit our camp theme, giving the maximum experience for each group of children. Length of camp Our school holiday camps are three nights and four days of fun filled adventure. We leave Nairobi on a Monday morning 9.30am and return back to the city on Thursday afternoon by 4pm. Staff;  We have a variety of female and male staff who all have extensive experience working with children. School teachers, social workers, youth workers, adventure guides and even a nurse. The camp leaders hold first aid accreditation and can administer medications. All staff have Working with Children checks and are currently employed in the child service industry. The staff are all fun gurus and experienced in behavioural management and. Our highest priority is to ensure that your child is feeling safe and having a fabulous experience. The school holiday camps have a supervision ratio of 1:5 staff to children  (with prior arrangement 1:1 is available). We also work with contractors who are elite in their area of expertise, be that swimming, drumming, horse riding or boat riding. All staff and contractors are there to ensure that your child has an amazing adventure in a safe and supportive environment. Accommodation; Children stay in comfortable bunkhouses, lodges or in tents depending on program, location and season. Male and female children are accommodated and bath roomed separately. All staff will stay in an attached staff room or tent. Children will sometimes require a sleeping bag & pillow. Meals The food is wholesome and nutritious. Pasta, vegetables, eggs, variety of meats, salads, cereals, fruit, bread/toast, healthy morning and afternoon tea snacks all make up the staples of camp food. Alternative meals are provided for medical conditions, religious beliefs and lifestyle choices such as vegetarians, gluten free or vegans, as practically possible. Please remember we are camping and simple food that is wholesome and nutrition is our aim.  Behaviour; So that the camp environment is a fun and safe experience for everyone, we have rules in place for children to follow. These will be explained to your child on arrival at camp & attached to the confirmation letter upon booking. The culture we encourage is based around respect, inclusion and participation. 

    Saadani Day Trip - Tour
    • Tanzania
    • 1 Day

    Saadani Day Trip

    $ 840

    Saadani National Park is Tanzania's 13th National Park. Tourists can view animals basking along the Indian Ocean shores. It has an area of 1062 km2 and was officially gazetted in 2005, from a game reserve which had existed from 1969. It is the only wildlife sanctuary in Tanzania bordering the sea Saadani's wildlife population is increasing during recent years after it has been gazetted as a National Park and was a hunting block beforehand. Wildlife in Saadani includes four of the Big Five, namely lions, African bush elephants, Cape buffaloes and leopards. Masai giraffes, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, waterbucks, blue wildebeests, bohor reedbucks, common and red duikers, Dik-Diks, yellow baboons, vervet monkeys, blue monkeys, Colobus monkeys, mongooses, genets, porcupines, sable antelopes, warthogs, hippopotamuses, crocodiles, nile monitors are also found in the park. Since 2005, the protected area is considered a Lion Conservation Unit In additions: Gazetted in 2005, it encompasses a preserved ecosyteam including the former Saadani game reserve, the former Mkwaja ranch area, the wami river as well as the Zaraninge River. In the late 1960s Saadani Village – the village after which the park has been named – and particularly its sub-village Uvinje, invited the Tanzania Wildlife Division (WD) to help them to prevent the indiscriminate killing of wildlife prevalent in the area. From this partnership Saadani village and the Wildlife Division established the Saadani Game Reserve (SGR), with the agreement to respect the land rights of the coastal sub-villages of Saadani, including Uvinje and Porokanya sub-villages, while also addressing the needs of wildlife. As such, conservation interventions in the Saadani landscape have taken place since the mid-1960s and have been supported by villagers traditionally inhabiting the Saadani landscape, but it is only recently that state-managed conservation has become a growing concern among the villages adjacent to the park. In the late 1990s, Mr. Domician Njao, from Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) came in to "upgrade" the reserve to a National Park, and create the first and only coastal national park of Tanzania. In doing so, park authorities redrew the boundaries of the reserve to include Uvinje’s and Porokanya’s prime coastal lands as if they have always been a part of the reserve The vagueness of the language used in the reserve’s official gazette,but also TANAPA’s early interventions to develop its own map of the reserve, and its interests in Saadani’s sub-villages’ prime coastal lands have come to challenge Saadani’s coastal sub-villages’ rights to lawfully inhabit their traditional territories, and have led to chronic political and other battles to demand presently gazetted park lands rescinded, the reestablishment of land rights to traditional inhabitants, and to demand from TANAPA to honour commitments made earlier by Wildlife Division

    Sarova Taita Hills - Tour
    • Tsavo
    • 1 Night

    Sarova Taita Hills

    $ 150

    Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge is located at the main entrance to the Taita Hills Sanctuary in South Eastern Kenya, 400 km from Nairobi and 200 km from Mombasa. A one hour flight from Nairobi or 30 min from Mombasa by private charter lands at the Lodge's own airstrip. The sanctuary is a 3 hour drive from Mombasa and a 6 hour drive from Nairobi on tarmac roads. Located at the main entrance to the Sanctuary, Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge is an inviting stone building of 60 spacious rooms and two suites, all with their own private viewing balcony. Clients can command views of the adjacent Taita Hills, or the well maintained gardens surrounding the Sanctuary. At night, floodlights illuminate the swimming pool and gardens and provide an opportunity to see any wildlife in the vicinity. It is not uncommon to see elephants daily at the watering hole next to the swimming pool. In addition to the rooms and suites, the Lodge has a Main Restaurant, Bar & Lounge and many bush dining options. The free form swimming pool has its own pool bar. The Lodge has its own fleet of well equipped safari vehicles with excellent guides. There are meeting rooms and numerous outdoor venues for dining and leisure. There is a gift shop, fuel station and business center. The climate is very pleasant, with temperatures averaging between 18 Degrees Centigrade and 30 Degrees Centigrade year round. There are sporadic rains in March, April, November & December. While in Sarova Taita Hills Game Lodge, you get to view some of the most exotic species of animals in Africa. Find your way to the local villages and learn a thing or two about the local culture. What better way to get the most out of your Kenya Safari holiday.  

    Xanadu Villas & Retreat - Tour
    • Zanzibar
    • 1 Night

    Xanadu Villas & Retreat

    $ 940

    Xanadu Villas & Retreat is located on one of the finest beaches on the South-East coast of Zanzibar. We offer seven unique and individually designed villas within a tropical garden and palm trees. All villas are exclusively available with all inclusive accommodation, all meals & drinks (soft drinks, beers, ciders, spirits, house white & red wine, except premiums) as well as a world class chef. Our guests will enjoy our cuisine with local spices, vegetables and herbs grown in our own garden complimented with handpicked wines from around the world. Each villa includes a private butler and features a sitting area, plunge pool, fridge, outside shower, bathroom(s) with his & her sinks, linen and towels, daily housekeeping and laundry service and Internet/Wi-Fi. Four of our villas feature a spacious lounge & kitchen and three of our villas have direct beach access. The on-site activities manager will assist our guests in arranging any activities, water-sports or excursions on the island. Guided activities including sea kayaking, snorkeling and Sup boarding from Xanadu’s beach are included in the rates. In our private Kiota Spa guests can indulge in various treatments to feel completely renewed and refreshed. Xanadu offers three villas with two bedrooms and three villas with one bedroom. Kimwondo Villa (1BR) has sitting areas inside and outside and features a spectacular rooftop with a plunge pool and sitting area with views over the Indian Ocean. Mlima and Korongo Villa (2 BR) feature private bathrooms, spacious lounge areas and private plunge pools. The presidential Mbingu Villa (2 BR) is beach front and features two bedrooms with ocean view balconies, private bathrooms and sitting areas, a majestic lounge and two private plunge pools of which one is on second floor. The cozy Umande Villa (1BR) is beach front, has sitting areas inside and outside, a private bathroom and a private plunge pool. Next to Umande villa is Alfajiri Villa (1BR) which is in fact our honeymoon suite. The Villa is beach front, features one bedroom, a spacious lounge, a private plunge pool and a romantic balcony with ocean view. What do we offer our clients: -Accommodation in a private villa; -All meals & drinks (soft drinks, beers, ciders, spirits, house white & red wine, except premiums) as well as a world class chef; -A private butler who will be there to assist throughout the duration of their stay; -Daily laundry service; -20 minute complimentary massage; -Guided activities including sea kayaking, snorkeling and Sup boarding from Xanadu’s beach;  

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