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Starts from: Nairobi

Visited countries: Kenya

Visited areas: AmboseliMasai MaraMombasaRift ValleySamburuTsavo East

Itinerary type: Classic

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Day Transfers & visits Meal plan** Overnight Cat.*
1 Meet and Greet • Delmonte Pineapple Farm • Equator Stop • Afternoon Game Drive Ol Pejeta • Visit to the tame rhino L D B B Nanyuki: Sweetwaters Serena Camp 4Star
2 Visit to the Sweetwater Chimpanzee Sanctuary • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu L D B B Samburu: Samburu Sopa Lodge 3Star
3 Morning Game Drive Samburu • Morning Game Drive Samburu • Samburu village visit • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu L D B B Samburu: Samburu Sopa Lodge 3Star
4 Afternoon Game Drive Nakuru L D B B Elementeita: Sentrim Elementeita 3Star
5 Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara L D B B Masai Mara area: Sentrim Mara 3Star
6 Morning Game Drive Masai Mara • 2nd Morning Game Drive • Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara L D B B Masai Mara area: Sentrim Mara 3Star
7 Crescent Island boat transfers and walk L D B B Naivasha: Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort 3Star
8 Afternoon Game Drive Amboseli   D B B Amboseli: Sentrim Amboseli 3Star
9 Morning Game Drive Amboseli • Afternoon Game Drive L D B B Tsavo East: Sentrim Tsavo East 3Star
10 Morning Game Drive Tsavo East L D B B Mombasa South Coast: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa 4Star
11 Day Tour: Wasini Island excursion Full Day(o)   D B B Mombasa South Coast: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa 4Star
12 Transfer • End of our services        
(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Your Itinerary

Day Transfers & visits
1 Meet and Greet • Delmonte Pineapple Farm • Equator Stop • Afternoon Game Drive Ol Pejeta • Visit to the tame rhino
2 Visit to the Sweetwater Chimpanzee Sanctuary • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu
3 Morning Game Drive Samburu • Morning Game Drive Samburu • Samburu village visit • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu
4 Afternoon Game Drive Nakuru
5 Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara
6 Morning Game Drive Masai Mara • 2nd Morning Game Drive • Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara
7 Crescent Island boat transfers and walk
8 Afternoon Game Drive Amboseli
9 Morning Game Drive Amboseli • Afternoon Game Drive
10 Morning Game Drive Tsavo East
11 Day Tour: Wasini Island excursion Full Day(o)
12 Transfer • End of our services
(o)Transfers, visits and meals followed by the (o) symbol are optionals with rates shown separately.
**Included meals: L Lunch, D Dinner, B Accommodation, B Breakfast. Followed by (o) when the meal is optional.

Overnight

Day Overnight Cat.*
1 Nanyuki: Sweetwaters Serena Camp 4Star
2 Samburu: Samburu Sopa Lodge 3Star
3 Samburu: Samburu Sopa Lodge 3Star
4 Elementeita: Sentrim Elementeita 3Star
5 Masai Mara area: Sentrim Mara 3Star
6 Masai Mara area: Sentrim Mara 3Star
7 Naivasha: Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort 3Star
8 Amboseli: Sentrim Amboseli 3Star
9 Tsavo East: Sentrim Tsavo East 3Star
10 Mombasa South Coast: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa 4Star
11 Mombasa South Coast: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa 4Star
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*The category shown is not necessarily the official star grading of the hotel as some hotels have no grading. It reflects our opinion on the hotel category according to local standards.
D1: Nairobi - Nanyuki (225 km)
Meet and Greet • Delmonte Pineapple Farm • Equator Stop • Afternoon Game Drive Ol Pejeta • Visit to the tame rhino
 -Meet and greet at Nairobi Airport. Our guide will be waiting for you in the arrival hall carrying a branded sign board.
 -Embark on your guided tour aboard your 4X4 vehicle: He will accompany you all along your circuit from Nairobi (Day 1) to Mombasa South Coast (Day 10)
 -Drive from Nairobi (1661m altitude) to the Central Highlands. The main A2 road heads north to Thika, the heart of pineapple growing country, then continues northwards through the lush, green countryside whilst ascending into the central highlands. The fertile volcanic soil and good rainfall makes this a densely cultivated area. From Makutano (2117m) it is possible to take the B6 road to Meru (1582m), passing to the east of Mount Kenya (highest peak 5,199m). Alternatively it is possible to continue on the A2 to Nyeri (1750m), lying to the west of Mount Kenya and the east of the Aberdares (highest peak 3994m). From Nyeri the A2 continues around Mount Kenya to Nanyuki (1975m) while the B5 skirts the Aberdares and continues to Nyahururu (2303m). Approximate journey time 3 hours-4 hours, depending on the destination. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Behold vast fields of pineapples en route to Delemonte Pineapple Farm. The region surrounding Thika is renowned for its extensive pineapple production and is home to Kenya’s largest tinned pineapple exporters. The highland hills around the town are filled with pretty pineapple fields and on the way to Delmonte you will stop to view enormous pineapple plantations as well as visit a local market stall. Many varieties of fruit can be bought from these roadside farm markets, and the break is also an opportunity to stretch your legs and chat to the local sellers.
 -Travel to Nanyuki in the Laikipia region of Kenya and receive an officially stamped certificate for crossing the equator. Nanyuki is located 6 389 feet above sea level and provides you with the unique opportunity of being able to stand with a foot in both hemispheres, north and south! While there, you can also witness the fascinating Coriolis Effect, a phenomenon where water rotates anti-clockwise towards the south, clockwise towards the north and shows no movement at all at the point of the equator itself. There is also a nearby curio shop and refreshment point.
 -Lunch: Trout Tree Restaurant
Enjoy a completely unique dining experience as you enter into the chasm of an enormous old fig tree on the banks of the Burguret River. The scenic location is serene and refreshing and you may take a table either within the tree itself or on the rustic deck built around it. Satisfy your hunger and drink in the picturesque surrounds as you mingle with others and perhaps also get to meet the resident troop of Colobus monkeys that hang about in the hopes of a tasty morsel, and a few inquisitive tree hyraxes that will keep you amused. The restaurant’s speciality is fresh, melt-in-your mouth trout, caught in the nearby trout ponds and char-grilled to perfection. Vegetarian dishes and succulent Laikipia beef are among the other delicious options diners can choose from.
 -Meet many of Africa’s endangered wildlife at Sweetwaters, one of the best known reserves in the Laikipia region. This large game sanctuary if located within the Ol Pejeta Game Reserve and is well known for its chimpanzee sanctuary that was opened in 1993 and famed for housing the only large chimpanzees in Kenya. The private park also has a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any of Kenya’s national parks, making game viewing rewarding and peaceful. At Sweetwaters you will be able to seek out the Big Five and many other endangered species such as the black rhino, Grevy’s zebra and the African wild dog, while giraffes, lions and elephants are easily located. Relish the stunning scenery and the panoramic views of nearby Mount Kenya as you meet intelligent chimpanzees and all varieties of African wildlife.
 -Sweetwater-Ol Pejeta Conservancy entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon game drive in Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
 -Visit to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy where you can feed the tame black rhino from a specially created feeding platform. Black rhinos are by nature very aggressive and territorial and this will probably be your only opportunity of ever getting close to one of these magnificent and endangered creatures. Be sure to have your camera ready for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. You will also have the prospect of visiting the Morani Information Centre, named in honour of the first tame black rhino that called this conservancy home. The centre affords visitors a chance to learn about the large variety of wildlife in the reserve and also provides comprehensive information as to how modern wildlife conservancy operates.
 -Dinner: Sweetwaters Serena Camp
 -Overnight at the Camp: Sweetwaters Serena Camp (Tent - Full Board)
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D2: Nanyuki - Samburu (156 km)
Visit to the Sweetwater Chimpanzee Sanctuary • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu
 -Breakfast
 -Visit to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, the only place in Kenya where these highly endangered and incredibly intelligent primates can be found. The sanctuary provides a haven for orphaned and abused chimpanzees who enjoy roaming freely in their vast natural enclosure. Many of the chimps that are taken to the sanctuary have been orphaned due to the abuse of man, and often arrive traumatised and ill. Through hard work and dedication the staff assists the chimps in their rehabilitation and integration into one of the two groups within the reserve. The chimpanzees here can never be reintroduced into the wild and guests can 'adopt' one for a fee. The revenue collected goes back into the sanctuary to aid its ongoing operations.
 -Drive from the Central Highlands to Samburu. North of Nanyuki the road heads in an easterly direction, skirting around the northern flank of Mount Kenya. The road then continues northeast, descending over a 1000m in altitude to the hot and arid northern region, home to 3 reserves clustered together: Samburu, Shaba and Buffalo Springs. Approximate journey time 1,5 hours-2 hours, depending on the destination. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Discover the Samburu National Reserve. Located about 350 km from Nairobi, the reserve with an area of 165 km² and an altitude varying from 800 to 1230 m is watered by the Ewaso Ng'iro river and offers varied vegetation: umbrella acacias, riparian forest, scrub and savannah. Known for being the setting of the story of the lioness Elsa, as described by Joy Adamson in the novel (and later the film) Born Free, the reserve is home to many animals including lion, leopard and cheetah as well as elephant, buffalo, Beisa oryx, Grévy’s zebra and reticulated giraffe. There are over 350 species of bird. These include Somali ostrich, grey-headed kingfisher, sunbirds, bee-eaters, marabou stork, tawny eagle, bateleur and vulturine guineafowl.
 -Lunch
 -Samburu National Reserve entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon game drive in Samburu National Reserve.
 -Dinner: Samburu Sopa Lodge
 -Overnight: Samburu Sopa Lodge (Standard Room - Full Board)
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D3: Samburu
Morning Game Drive Samburu • Morning Game Drive Samburu • Samburu village visit • Afternoon Game Drive Samburu
 -Morning safari in Samburu / Buffalo Springs Reserve.
 -Breakfast
 -Morning Game Drive in Samburu / Buffalo springs Game Reserve
 -Visit to a traditional Samburu Village.  Learn about the fascinating customs of the Samburu tribe, a proud warrior nation.  Like their relatives the Masai Mara, they too are nomadic pastoralists, who travel together with their herds of cattle, camels and goats.  During your visit you will receive unique insight into the Samburu's ancient traditions and customs, including their homes, cooking methods and secrets to surviving in the African wilderness.  Be entertained by some amazing tribal dancing and marvel at the layers of beaded jewellery that both men and women adorn themselves with.
 -Lunch: Samburu Sopa Lodge
 -Samburu National Reserve entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon game drive in Samburu National Reserve.
 -Dinner: Samburu Sopa Lodge
 -Overnight: Samburu Sopa Lodge (Standard Room - Full Board)
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D4: Samburu - Elementeita (339 km)
Afternoon Game Drive Nakuru
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from Samburu to the Lake area. The road heads generally south and west. Leaving the arid north behind the road ascends into the foothills of Mount Kenya before skirting its northern flank. After Nanyuki the road runs around the north-eastern slopes of the Aberdares to Nyahururu from where it descends to Nakuru in the heart of the Lake area, with Bogoria and Baringo to the north and Elementaita and Naivasha to the south. Approximate journey time 4 hours-5 hours, depending on the destination. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Lunch: Thomsons Falls
 -Discover Lake Nakuru National Park. Created in 1961 to protect the alkaline lake of the same name, the park offers typical plains vegetation. Located 156 km northwest of Nairobi, Lake Nakuru derives its name from the Masai word "Enakuro" which means cloud of dust. It is home to many herbivores including Rothschild's giraffe, buffalo, hippo, gazelle and nearly 55 mammals including lions, leopards, spotted hyenas, rock hyraxes and reedbuck. Lake Nakuru National Park is famous for hosting both white and black rhinoceros, reintroduced after many years’ absences. Further renowned for the dwarf flamingos that congregate by the thousands on the shores of the lake, the park also hosts over 400 species of birds: herons, ospreys, cormorants... Many are migratory birds from the northern hemisphere.
 -Nakuru National Park entrance fee (valid for 24 hours, single entry) included.
 -Afternoon game drive in Nakuru National Park.
 -Drive through the Lake area from Nakuru to Elementaita. From Nakuru, lying in the heart of the Lake area with Bogoria and Baringo in the north, the road heads in a southerly direction towards Naivasha and Elementaita. These two famous lakes in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya lie adjacent to each other, surrounded by lush, fertile farmland and flower growing farms. As you leave Lake Nakuru on the southern edge of Nakuru town, you will pick up the main Nairobi/Nakuru highway for approximately 30 km towards Elementaita, standing at an altitude of 1 875 metres above sea level. Approximate journey time is 1 hour. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Dinner: Sentrim Elementeita
 -Overnight: Sentrim Elementeita (Standard room - Full Board)
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D5: Elementeita - Masai Mara (217 km)
Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from the Lake area to the Masai Mara. The road linking the lakes runs south from Baringo and Bogoria to Nakuru before turning southeast to Elementaita and Naivasha. South of Naivasha the road turns west to Narok then continues west and south to the Masai Mara. Approximate journey time 4-9 hours, depending on the destination in the Mara. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Picnic lunch
 -Discover the Masai Mara National Reserve, the most famous and most visited reserve in Kenya. Covering an area of 1510 km2, the Masai Mara reserve is in fact the extension in Kenyan territory of the vast Serengeti Park in Tanzania. Together, they constitute a huge ecosystem in which animals move freely. All large African animals are present. Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles, impala, Kirk’s dik-dik, bushbuck, topi, buffalo, ellipsen waterbuck, eland and giraffe, all are there. Famous for its rich wildlife, the Masai Mara is home to not only the "Big 5" (elephant, lion, buffalo, rhino and leopard) but also many birds (over 500 species of birds have been recorded). Along the rivers, crocodiles and hippos lie in wait. Composed of vast rolling plains and hills, the Masai Mara is dotted with umbrella thorn acacias and thorny thickets. In the Maa language, Mara means "spotted" and may refer to the colourful landscapes. Alternatively the name may refer to the arrival of over two million herbivores during the annual migration (wildebeest, gazelles and zebras).
 -Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon game drive.
 -Dinner: Sentrim Mara
 -Overnight at the Camp: Sentrim Mara (Standard Tent - Full Board)
www.sentrim-hotels.com
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D6: Masai Mara
Morning Game Drive Masai Mara • 2nd Morning Game Drive • Afternoon Game Drive Masai Mara
 -Morning Game drive.
 -Breakfast
 -Second Morning Game Drive
 -Lunch: Sentrim Mara
 -Masai Mara National Reserve entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon game drive.
 -Dinner: Sentrim Mara
 -Overnight at the Camp: Sentrim Mara (Standard Tent - Full Board)
www.sentrim-hotels.com
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D7: Masai Mara - Naivasha (226 km)
Crescent Island boat transfers and walk
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from the Masai Mara to the Lake area. The road first heads north and east to Narok before turning east to Maai Mahiu, south of Lake Naivasha. Lake Naivasha is the furthest south of the lakes. Proceeding north the next is Lake Elementaita, then Lake Nakuru, followed by Lake Bogoria and Lake Baringo. Approximate journey time 4-9 hours, depending on the exact starting and destination points. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Picnic lunch
 -Discover Naivasha. Derived from the Masai name "Nai'posha", meaning "rough water" in reference to the sudden storms that may come up over the lake, Lake Naivasha covers nearly 139 km²and is surrounded by a marsh of 64 km². With an altitude of 1890 m above sea level, it is, along with Baringo, one of only two freshwater lakes in the region, enabling the irrigation of the fertile volcanic soil of its surroundings. Spread around the lake are rich green plains supporting zebra, hartebeest, waterbuck, buffalo, impala, giraffes, monkeys and, at night, hippos. There is also an important bird population (over 300 species of birds) including African fish eagle, osprey, jacana and black rail. The cultivation of flowers is the main industry around the lake, and the lake itself is a key source of jobs and income for the local population (including fishing).
 -Guided walk on Crescent Island situated in the deepest part of Lake Naivasha. You will be transferred from by boat to the Island, The shores of this beautiful piece of paradise host an abundance of bird life and have especially large numbers of pelicans, cormorant and fish eagles. While the island is secure and private it is connected to the mainland and this allows animals to roam freely. See hippos grazing in the cool afternoon air or resting under acacia trees in the heat of day, while giraffe who were born on the island come back to birth their own young. The scenic beauty and sense of freedom in this little park has seen many film makers alight on its shores to film herds of wildebeest, waterbuck and zebra passing through the grassy savannah.
 -Dinner: Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort
 -Overnight: Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort (Standard Room - Full Board)
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D8: Naivasha - Amboseli (338 km)
Afternoon Game Drive Amboseli
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from the south of the Lake area to Amboseli. The road linking the lakes runs southeast from Nakuru to Elementaita and Naivasha. From Naivasha (1900m altitude) the road ascends the Rift Valley escarpment before reaching Limuru (2500m), known for its tea plantations, and continuing down to Nairobi (1661m). From Nairobi the road leads south and east, mainly through open grassland, descending to an altitude of 1145m at Amboseli. Approximate journey time 6-8 hours, depending on the starting point. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Picnic lunch
 -Discover the Amboseli National Park. Located about 250 km from Nairobi and along the Tanzanian border, the park derives its name from the Masai word "Empusel", meaning salty, dusty place. Declared a national park in 1974 to protect its unique and fragile ecosystem, the Amboseli National Park offers landscapes of remarkable contrasts: arid zones alongside the lush oases of the swamps. The ecosystem of this low rainfall region depends on water from Mount Kilimanjaro (5895 m). A particular feature of Amboseli is the possibility to take picture postcard photos of elephants against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro. Covering an area of 392 km2 the park is, in addition to elephants, home to numerous animals (giraffe, wildebeest, antelope, buffalo, lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena ...) as well as 400 species of birds (pelicans, kingfishers, crakes, hamerkop and 47 types of raptor) who live alongside the Masai villages.
 -Amboseli National Park entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Afternoon Game Drive
 -Dinner: Sentrim Amboseli
 -Overnight at the Camp: Sentrim Amboseli (Standard Tent - Full Board)
www.sentrim-hotels.com
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D9: Amboseli - Tsavo East (26 km)
Morning Game Drive Amboseli • Afternoon Game Drive
 -Morning Game Drive
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from Amboseli to Tsavo East. Travelling first in a south-easterly direction the route passes to the north of Mount Kilimanjaro before branching north to Emali. From there the main Nairobi-Mombasa road leads southeast to the Tsavo East National Park, entering at Voi Gate. Approximate journey time 4,5 hours. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Packed lunch: Sentrim Amboseli
 -Discover the Tsavo East National Park. Part of Tsavo National Park (the largest park in Kenya [20,812 km2] and one of the largest in Africa), Tsavo East is separated from the western part of the park by the railway linking Nairobi to Mombasa. No fence separates the two parks at present, allowing animals to move freely from one place to another. Equidistant from Nairobi and Mombasa, Tsavo East (11,747 km2) is the largest of the two Tsavo parks. Its dry and flat landscapes, excepting the Yatta Plateau (one of the longest lava flows in the world, after the Ol Donyo Sabuk volcano), showcase a rich wildlife. Grant's gazelle, zebra, impala, Coke’s hartebeest, giraffe and lion are easily observable. Elephant and buffalo are common and often in large herds of several hundred animals.
 -Tsavo East National Park entrance fee (valid for 24 hours) included.
 -Sink into the shimmer of red, dusty plains on an afternoon game drive in the Tsavo East National Park. This sprawling and striking national park is renowned for its defining physical features that include the Mudanda Rock and the Yatta Plateau as well as the large herds of elephant that roam its mostly arid plains. In the glow of the late afternoon you will be struck by the gorgeous silhouettes of baobab trees that glisten against the sandy plains as the quiet stillness of the landscape lulls you into a sense of peace. Animals to look out for at this time of day include the short-maned Tsavo lion, cheetah and some of the more rare northern species of wildlife such as the speedy Somali ostrich and the odd-looking long-necked gerenuk. Your safari ends at nightfall with the possibility of seeing a predator take down its kill.
 -Dinner: Sentrim Tsavo East
 -Overnight at the Camp: Sentrim Tsavo East (Tent - Full Board)
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D10: Tsavo East - Mombasa South Coast (216 km)
Morning Game Drive Tsavo East
 -Morning Game Drive in Tsavo East National Park.
 -Breakfast
 -Drive from Tsavo East to Mombasa. The main Nairobi-Mombasa road runs between Tsavo East and Tsavo West and is joined typically at either Voi or Manyani. From here the road leads southeast through the Taru Desert, an arid, scorched wilderness. Thereafter the scenery becomes progressively more tropical, the heat and humidity increases, and the landscape changes to coconut palms, papaya and other coastal vegetation. Approximate journey time 4 hours. Route details and journey times may vary depending on road conditions.
 -Picnic lunch
 -Dinner: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa
 -Overnight: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa (Superior (Standard Room) - Half Board)
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D11: Mombasa South Coast
Day Tour: Wasini Island excursion Full Day(o)
 -Breakfast
 -Pick up from your hotel for a Swahili-style day excursion to Wasini Island. Your day will begin on a tasty note as you hop aboard a dhow (traditional fisherman’s boat) for a hearty Swahili breakfast that dishes up the most sensational flavours out of simple ingredients and includes fresh tropical fruit. Once you have had your fill, your excursion heads off to the nearby Kisite Marine National Park where swimming and snorkelling can be enjoyed in warm, calm waters that support a treasure chest of aquatic creatures and, more often than not, pods of friendly and curious dolphins. This highly popular tourist destination is renowned for its clear water, colourful coral reefs and ideal snorkelling conditions year-round. After working up an appetite in the water you will feast on a seafood lunch on nearby Wasini Island, including shell fish, fresh linefish and local delicacies such as coconut rice, before returning to your hotel. (Optional rates: D11: Wasini Island)
 -Dinner: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa
 -Overnight: Leopard Beach Resort & Spa (Superior (Standard Room) - Half Board)
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D12: Mombasa South Coast - Mombasa (41 km)
Transfer
 -Breakfast
 -Transfer from Mombasa South Coast to Mombasa
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