Where is the best place to go for a 2 week vacation


Area: Nairobi Area

Country: Kenya


Kenyan coast definitely is the destination.Be it Mombasa,lamu or Malindi either of them will suite your needs.Kenya coast consists of good beaches and favorable climate for activities which are undertaken.The beaches are lined with protective coral reefs, creating clear waters for several water sports such as swimming, diving, skiing, rafting and sports fishing.Accommodation is in plenty.
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My opinion is first enjoying a great safari around Nairobi , for example Maasai mara Naivasha and then going to Amboseli before starting your second week at the coast.You could relax yourself at Diani beach or Serena beach in the north or even going further to lamu.This would be an ideal holiday...

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Kenya vacation, safari and cultural tour
Discover the contrasting scenery, wildlife environments and cultures of the Maasai Mara, Rift Valley Lakes, Abedares, Mt Kenya forests and the rugged northern game parks of Samburu and Buffalo Springs.

On the way you will experience some of the day-to-day life of the Maasai, Kikuyu and Samburu peoples - visit their villages, homes and farms and be guided by them through their lands and life. The itinerary has been designed to cover a wider range of environments, game parks and cultural experiences - all at a not-too-hectic pace. Mix of hotels, lodge, fully supported bush camping and permanent tented camp.

Best time to go
All times of year are possible but there are two rainy seasons – Nov and April/May. There are positives about traveling during rainy season as it doesn’t rain all the time and there are virtually no other people in the wildlife parks. Perhaps best times are June, July, Sept, Oct, Jan, Feb. August and Dec are great weather-wise but get busy as peak vacation season.

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Kenya luxury safari and beach vacation
Your safari starts at Amboseli National park, at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. The view of the Amboseli plains, with elephants moving below the snow-capped peaks of Africa’s highest mountain, is one of the most photographed vistas in Africa. A network of swamps and wetlands ensure excellent game viewing year round. There are 425 species of recorded bird and 56 mammal species in the park, including lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, hippo, black rhino, Maasai giraffe, gerenuk and zebra. A photographer's paradise!

You will continue your journey to Campi ya Kanzi, which lies within the Kuku Group Ranch. The indigenous Maasai are still the landlords, making it one of the few last untouched areas of Africa. Connecting three national parks (Chyulu, Tsavo and Amboseli), the property is home to a vast wildlife and birdlife population. The altitude ranges from 3,000 to 6,900 feet, so the land includes a number of different habitats hence the biodiversity is extremely rich. Habitats range from the grasslands of the savanna to green river woodlands and cool mountain forests.

Along with your game drives and walking safaris, you will learn about the Maasai lifestyle, about their land, their culture and their beliefs. As mentioned, because Campi ya Kanzi is owned by the local Maasai community, you are guaranteed to enjoy ecotourism in its purest form and play an active role in the conservation of the land and of the Maasai culture.

Your next destination, Tsavo National park, is one of the world's largest game sanctuaries, covering an area of more than 20,000 sq. km. Tsavo is a combination of dramatic escarpment landscapes with the raw, untamed flavor of one of Africa's great wilderness areas. After your safari you will immerse yourself in the warm, turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean at a small private resort. A very special hideaway, where you can simply relax and get yourself pampered with various spa treatments or you can join one of the many activities offered, like diving, sailing, deep sea fishing, kite boarding or horseback riding.

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