The perfect combo
Ultimately, anywhere. The key is to pick combo's with sensible flight schedules.
Earlier the better. Some camps book up over a year in advance, like Giraffe Manor for example.
Our safari beach itineraries tend to range from £4,000 to £10,000 per adult for 12 nights.
All our East Africa safaris can easily twin with the Kenyan coast (Kenya) or Zanzibar (Tanzania), and you don’t even need to fly via a city! There are direct flights from Tanzania’s National Parks straight to the exotic ‘spice island’ Zanzibar, or you can fly from the Maasai Mara straight to Mombasa on the Kenyan coast. You'll be sipping on a cocktail on the beach in no time. Alternatively, you can fly from Nairobi to Seychelles or Mauritius.
South Africa combines well with Mozambique and Mauritius, with direct flights operating from Kruger National Park to Vilanculos (Mozambique) and from Johannesburg to Mauritius. South Africa also has beaches, although the Western Cape waters aren’t warm - if sea swimming is a must, then you might want to opt for somewhere else. With Johannesburg just a short flight away from Windhoek (Namibia), Maun (Botswana), Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe) and Livingstone (Zambia), there is a whole array of options at your disposal. Then there's also Lake Malawi (Malawi); Africa's Ocean.
We understand the draw of the Seychelles and Mauritius, but ultimately our pick would be East Africa. The safari experience here is unrivalled and with simple internal flights to Kenya's coast or Zanzibar at your disposal, there is little need to go further afield.
This is hard to know at first, so we have put a list of questions to help you start thinking.
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