West East Tours

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Try this 8-day African beach and bush safari.  Safari in Laikipia, Kenya, is the first stop on the trip. After your time in Laikipia, you can catch a flight to Masai Mara, where you can stay in one of the world’s finest safari camps.  Reserve a room at the Mara for one night. Spend one more night in Nairobi so that you may catch your trip to the Seychelles, where you’ll spend three days.


Day 1: Arrival Nairobi

You will be met by a representative of Hallmark Travel Planners who will then drive you to the Tamarind Tree Hotel.

Located on the expansive Carnivore grounds and home to the famous Carnivore Restaurant, the Tamarind Tree Hotel is a convenient 5 kilometers southwest of Nairobi. With the nearby Wilson Airport and Southern Bypass, guests can quickly reach any area of the city, the national park, or any of the country’s many unique tourist destinations. Langata and Karen, two neighboring suburbs, feature some of Nairobi’s liveliest nightlife because to their abundance of upscale retail and dining options.

The 160 guestrooms and suites all provide modern conveniences and an authentic, rustic aesthetic. To guarantee a restful night’s sleep, each room is equipped with air conditioning, free wireless Internet access, a flat-screen TV with international satellite channels, free tea and coffee making facilities, and double-paned windows.

Day 2: Fly from Nairobi – Laikipia

After breakfast, you will be taken to Wilson Airport in Nairobi to catch a flight to Laikipia on a small plane. The Loisaba Spa at this lodge is part of the ‘Mind, Body & Soul’ concept that aims to enhance your wilderness experience by addressing your physical, mental, and spiritual needs.

Night game drives, bush lunches, guided hikes, horse, camel, and mountain bike excursions, and spa treatments are just a few of the activities available to guests.  Evening meal and tent accommodation at Loisaba.

Day 3: Safaris in Loisaba, Laikipia

Morning and evening game drives are common. Loisaba Conservancy is a working ranch and a conservation success story. Loisaba is a great example of how conservation, communities, ranching, and tourism can work together to protect wildlife, as it is home to elephants, lions, a robust population of wild dogs, and many other species.

Loisaba’s Star Beds, which may be rented for a single night, are a popular extra. A thatched covering covers these elevated wooden platforms, and the four-poster mattresses can be pulled out so that you can sleep under the stars. Supper and bedtime Tented Lodge Loisaba

Day 4: Flight to Masai Mara

Get driven to the airport in the morning so you can catch your flight to the Masai Mara. Transferring Mara guests to Kichwa Tembo and beyond upon arrival.

Located where the riverine woodland meets the vast grasslands, andbeyond Kichwa Tembo Camp offers a genuine taste of Africa alongside the famed warmth of the Kenyan people. The camp has been remodeled to better display the breathtaking vistas of the Masai Mara, a feature that contributes to the camp’s unique atmosphere of romance and nostalgia. The new Kichwa Tembo improves on its predecessor in every way, especially in the areas of seclusion and comfort.

Spend the afternoon on a game drive over the beautiful Mara grasslands. Game drives occur both throughout the day and at night, while guided walks, lunches, and sundowners round out the experience. One complimentary massage each cottage is also provided. Andbeyond Kichwa Tembo Camp for dinner and an overnight stay.

Day 5: Flight from Nairobi to Mahe, Seychelles

Hallmark Travel Planners will have a representative waiting for you at the Victoria International Airport. Ride in a comfortable, climate-controlled coach to your hotel. Half board service at the Constance Ephelia Resort or a nearby equivalent has been arranged for you.

Ephelia is a five-star resort on the island of Mahé that provides opulent suites and villas with views of the Indian Ocean and its powdery white sand beaches. There are five restaurants, six bars, five swimming pools, and upscale boutiques.

At the Constance Ephelia Resort, each room has its own private garden. Inside, you’ll find a TV-equipped lounge with comfortable seating. Some villas even have views of the mountains or the ocean, and all of them have private, high-end bathrooms with bathtubs and showers.

The Seychelles International Airport is 25 minutes distant by car and the Morne Seychelles National Park can be reached in 5 minutes. On-site parking is free of charge.

Day 6: Days in Mahe Island, Seychelles

The second day on Mahe can be spent doing whatever you like. Visit the Island’s shops or take it easy on the sand. You’re staying at a nice hotel, maybe the Constance Ephelia Resort.

On day three (day eight), you’ll be picked up from your hotel to go on a Nature Trail tour of Mahe Island. You can expect a water bottle and a lunch box. Later that day, you all head back to your respective lodgings. The Constance Ephelia Resort or something comparable for dinner and a night’s stay.

Day 7: Day in Mahe

You should take some time off and just chill out. However, there are a variety of day trips you can take in the area from which to choose. You are free to spend the entire day doing whatever you like on Mahe.  The Constance Ephelia Resort or something comparable for dinner and a night’s stay.

Day 8: Depart

You’ve reached your final day in Seychelles. To go to Mahe International Airport, a shuttle will pick you up from the hotel. You check in for the flight back to your home.

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