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KBH-001: TAMARIND EVENING DHOW

  • per person US$95
  • Unforgotten old Arabic dhows cruise and a romantic candle dinner under the star filled sky, really magical mix ancient with the present

KBH-002: CHALE ISLAND

  • overnight US$130
  • Dreaming, small coral Paradise Island of 2.3 km sq with thermal springs and salt lakes. Bungalows Apartments furnished with African/Arabic antiques and one eats fresh food the surrounding Indian Ocean

KBH-003: FINCH HATTON's CAMP

  • 3 Days Tsavo - Finch Hattons Voi Safari US$595
  • What a place to be sleep besides hippos and the nearby bush the roaring of prides of lions. Really a paradise in Tsavo. Always visitors tells their friends before they leave for Kenya - Tell them I will be in Tsavo Finch Hatton's

KBH-004: SALT LICK BALLOON

  • 2 Days Taita /Saltlick Special US$360 and for the optional early Morning Balloon Safari US$295
  • Sleep in a lodge built in the stilts as you watch the regular ambush by the predator at the floodlit salt licking/watering hove. Early morning be a bird and overview the in animals from the balloon basket.

KBH-005: TREE TOPS SHIMBA LODGE

  • overnight US$170
  • Only tree total along the Coast where in your room there is alive grown tree. Evening sundown followed by a surplus dinner at the lodge.

KBH-006: GOVERNORS CAMP

  • Maasai Mara Governors Camp 2 Days-Flight US$495
  • This is the place exclusively for over a century ago for Kenya's colonial Governors and their Royal visitors. Little Governors casts its spell over all who visits from honey mooning couples to presidents.

KBH-007: LAMU ISLAND REVIVAL

  • 7 days full board US$ 999
  • Founded in the 7th century, Lamu still reflects the typical picture of the old Arabic dhow ports. Natural settings for natural relationships - join your boyfriends and girlfriends in a location reminiscent of 1001 Arabian Nights. Live your dreams of Love.

Wedding Kenya honeymoonThe thrill of bush with African's big games is what brings people to the Maasai Mara.

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