Kenya - Little Governor’s Fly in safari and Zanzibar
Take a light aircraft flight to the Maasai Mara and witness the wildlife amongst the plains below you. This reserve boasts unmatched game viewing and perfectly situated luxury safari camps. Immerse yourself in Africa's extensive animal kingdom and fascinating culture on this Kenya safari before unwinding on the stunning beaches of Zanzibar.
Little Governors Camp is widely considered to be the best game viewing area of the Maasai Mara. Many wildlife documentaries are filmed here such as the ‘BBC’s Planet Earth’, the area is home to prides of lions, leopards, cheetahs, wildebeest and more.
Spending a week on Zanzibar’s golden beaches is the perfect end to your Kenya safari. The Hotel Riu Palace Zanzibar (formerly the Hideaway) offers a wide range of amenities, including a stunning pool, endless water sports and relaxing spa treatments.
Kenya Safari Attractions:
Optional Balloon safaris are available in the Masai Mara National Reserve. Silently float over the open plains and take in the spectacular bird’s eye view.
Many tourists go on a Kenya safari in order to witness the annual wildebeest migration. Between July and October, over 2 million animals migrate from the Serengeti National Park to the Maasai Mara!
Zanzibar's coast is home to vibrant marine life and coral reefs making it the perfect location for snorkelling.
A visit to Jozani Forest while in Zanzibar is a must. Spot the endemic kirk's red colobus monkey, these animals are entertaining to watch as they leap from tree to tree.
Best time to visit Kenya:
June - October: This is a great time of year to go on a Kenya safari. Temperatures are roughly 23-28 degrees and skies are clear. The great wildebeest migration occurs during July - October. These months also avoid Zanzibar’s rainy seasons.
Meet and greet services & all transfers in Nairobi & Zanzibar
Internal flight & taxes from Wilson to Maasai Mara return
Internal flight & taxes from Nairobi to Zanzibar
Shared vehicle safari in a 4x4 vehicle
Services of an English speaking driver-guide
All accommodation and meals as specified
All park fees and government taxes
One bottle of mineral water per person per day while on Safari
Flights to Nairobi & from Zanzibar, which will be priced on application
Visas for Kenya & Tanzania ($50.- per person payable on line & on arrival)
Driver guide or local gratuities (we suggest $10.- per person per day while on safari)
Drinks and dining rooms tips, porterage, personal travel and baggage insurance
Telephone bill, laundry and any items of a personal nature
Medical, evacuation or travel insurance
Proof of adequate Travel Insurance and a Yellow Fever Passport MUST be provided before departure
Andre – ‘Nairobi is one of Africa's most exciting and vibrant cities, with delicious global cuisine and buzzing nightlife, this city makes for a great start to your Kenya safari & the Masai Mara is the jewel of Kenya's wildlife viewing', spot the Big 5, cheetah, Thompson’s gazelle, zebra and more on game drives. Nungwi is one of the best beach areas in Zanzibar, spending a week here is the perfect way to end this safari holiday.’