Beach Holidays

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For most of our clients it is a long way to Africa and while a safari in Kenya is an exciting way to spend your time, it is rarely relaxing, with early morning starts and a lot of travelling typically involved. Many people look to combine a safari with a visit to one of the fantastic Indian Ocean beaches in order to get a few days' genuine rest and relaxation soaking up some sun in a luxurious setting.

Although the obvious location might appear to be Kenya’s Indian Ocean coast itself, we have described elsewhere how this has largely been overrun and blighted by mass tourism. Our preferred alternative is the spice island of Zanzibar, just off the coast of neighbouring Tanzania, although Mauritius, Mozambique and the Seychelles also offer exciting opportunities. 

All these destinations provide an excellent chance of glorious weather, beautiful crystal clear waters and a wide selection of quality hotels and resorts to match your requirements. We tend to focus on smaller more intimate hotels, but if you are looking for somewhere larger with more facilities don't be afraid to ask.

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Kenya Beaches ($465 pppn)

Located on the mainland, opposite to Manda Island, Kiwayu is a family-owned lodge voted the finest in Kenya

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Kenya Beaches ($195 pppn)

Kizingo is located at the southern tip of Lamu Island, noted for its long stretches of deserted beach.

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Kenya Beaches ($635 pppn)

Manda Island is separated from Lamu by a narrow channel, and Manda Bay Lodge is undoubtedly the top-end place to stay here.

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Lake Victoria ($339 pppn)

Along with its sister property, Loldia House, Mfangano Island provides the perfect opportunity to unwind after your safari.

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