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Holidays to Kenya

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The Beaches of the Indian Ocean

Kenya’s Indian Ocean coastline is one of the most spectacular on the planet, with mile after mile of stunning white sand beach as far as the eye can see. The relaxed atmosphere here is perfect for chilling out after a safari, or for enjoying a beach holiday in its own right.

The City of Mombasa is at the heart of the coast, and is an historic port that’s well worth exploring. Beach resorts extend to the north and south of the city, with those to the south offering a relaxed vibe and some of the most beautiful beaches imaginable. The North Coast has more action taking place, so is perfect for those looking for a little more activity. Further north again, the resorts of Watamu and Malindi are located at a marine national park and are a more relaxed alternative to the North Coast.

On Safari in Kenya

Kenya is truly home to the greatest wildlife show on earth, and a safari holiday or honeymoon here will take your breath away. The Annual Migration takes place each year between July and October, when a million or two extra wildebeest, zebra and other animals make their way from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara in search of food. This is one of the best times to visit Kenya, but don't worry if you’re travelling at other times as there’s plenty of action year-round.

Kenya is home to an array of national parks and game reserves, each with its own characteristics. The Masai Mara is perhaps the most famous along with Amboseli and Samburu, while lesser-visited areas such as Meru and Shaba are just as rewarding. Combining a few different areas will really show the diversity of the landscapes and wildlife, and will give you a truly African experience!


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Darren, your guide to Kenya from Escape Worldwide.

“Kenya is magical - there’s nothing better than the open plains of the Masai Mara, the incredible wildlife and the friendly people”

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Getting to Kenya

Main airports Nairobi, Mombasa
Flying time approx 9-10 hours

Daily direct flights serve Nairobi, the gateway to Kenya’s safari regions, direct from Heathrow and indirect from other UK airports. Weekly direct flights from Gatwick to Mombasa operate at certain times of year for beach holidays. Regular flights link Nairobi with Mombasa, Zanzibar and other African destinations, plus a network of light aircraft routes serve many of the game reserves.

Time difference GMT +3
Currency Kenyan Shilling
Language English, Kiswahili

Entry details (for British nationals) a visa is required for entry to Kenya, and this can be obtained prior to departure or on arrival. Passports need at least 6 months validity from your date of entry. Before you depart, check the latest travel advice at

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