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Este viaje le ofrece la oportunidad de disfrutar de la preciosa costa de Kenia, las vistas más hermosas sobre las turquesas aguas de los manglares ecológicamente notables y una experiencia entre la gente Shirazi. Llegada a la playa Bodo donde la tripulación del Dhow árabe le llevará en un crucero a través de Funzi Creek, pasando por islas deshabitadas y bosques de manglares naturales. En la isla Funzi, una visita al histórico pueblo pesquero que estuvo vinculado con el comercio de esclavos cuyas ruinas aún se pueden ver. Continúa con una visita a la escuela del pueblo, a una casa privada y al mercado. A continuación se visita un banco de arena único que emerge del mar en marea baja. Aquí se puede nadar, o simplemente pasear por la arena de color blanco puro en el medio del mar. Se hará un viaje en vela a la isla deshabitada de Kinazini donde le espera un suntuoso almuerzo de mariscos y opciones tanto para los vegetarianos y como para los no vegetarianos. Después del almuerzo, se viajará en canoas hasta el cercano río Ramisi para explorar las numerosas especies de manglares. Usted tendrá la oportunidad de ver cocodrilos y varias especies de aves. Por la tarde crucero de regreso a Bodo y traslado a su hotel. Dependiendo de las mareas, el recorrido se puede invertir para visitar primero el río.

Venga con nosotros al norte hacia el Lago Naivasha. Pare en el camino para disfrutar de las impresionantes vistas del Valle del Rift antes de continuar hacia el lago. Al llegar visite el Parque Nacional Hell´s Gate. Este terreno de 70 kilómetros cuadrados es uno de los pocos parques nacionales de Kenia donde se permite caminar. El parque cuenta con muchos herbívoros y aves para observar, así como aguas termales, espectaculares acantilados y desfiladeros que podrá explorar. Un almuerzo en un restaurante es una gran oportunidad para degustar la cocina regional y mezclarse con los lugareños. Con el estómago lleno nos dirigiremos al Centro de Conservación de Elsamere en las orillas del lago. Una vez este sitio era la casa de Joy y George Adamson que dedicaron su vida a la conservación de la fauna silvestre. Se les recuerda por su relación con la leona Elsa, que criaron desde un cachorro para devolverla después a la naturaleza.

desde 142,37 €

Visite el casco antiguo, dominado por el Fuerte medieval Jesús construido por los portugueses en el siglo 16, con sus antiguas mezquitas, sus estrechas y bulliciosas calles, el antiguo puerto de Dhow y el mercado central. Incluye una visita a los talladores artesanos de madera Akamba donde tendrá la oportunidad de verlos trabajando y podrá comprar algún recuerdo.

desde 29,31 €

This one gives you time to explore Kenya's largest game park, Tsavo East. Covering more than 20,000 square kilometres, it's bigger than Wales. Here, you can enjoy the company of lions, leopards and cheetahs, and tick off over 500 species of bird. But this safari has a lot more going for it than just wildlife, the accomodation at Voi Safari Lodge has one of the most stunning views in East Africa. In the evening, it's back to the lodge for a chance to unwind and do some animal-watching by night. The lodge has its own floodlit watering hole which attracts elephants and buffalos, and with an underground viewing hide too, you're likely to get a front-row seat.

Kivi Milimani Hotel, Milimani Rd

Giraffes and national parks are pretty epic, we won’t lie, and while these are some serious Nairobi highlights, this gorgeous Kenyan city has a lot going on at night, too. Join a local guide on this Nairobi tour that takes you to some of the most authentic local spots in town after the sun goes down. As Nairobi is such a unique and often daunting destination, we believe it’s always best seen with a local, especially at night. Spend the evening with a local, visiting some of the coolest places in Nairobi, and enjoying them all with a beer or two. Cheers to that!

You’ll kick off this Nairobi tour by meeting your local guide at Kivi Milimani Hotel in Central Nairobi. We’ll hop in our private transport and head towards our first stop, a local bar in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD). Here, the first drink will be on us! We highly recommend that you try one of the local beers, the most famous of which is our beloved Tusker, which has been brewed in Africa since 1922. It’s since become an icon of Kenyan and East African society, so it really is a must-try for any beer lover visiting this part of Africa. If you don’t like beer, no problem! There is also a selection of wine to try here, as well as soft drinks and local juices. Perhaps you might like to try some tangawizi, the local version of ginger beer. Whatever drink you choose, we’ll sit back and relax, giving you the perfect opportunity to simply observe Nairobi local life and chat to your guide about all things Kenya. We’ll have a couple of drinks here, so there’s plenty of time to ask your guide all those burning questions you have about the incredible city of Nairobi.

Next up on this Nairobi night tour, it’ll be time for dinner, and for this we’ve handpicked a special local Nairobi restaurant (naturally!). At this spot you’ll have the chance to choose from a range of typical African food. The meat lovers might want to try nyama choma, which is barbequed meat such as beef or chicken – or you can even be a bit more adventurous and try one of Kenya’s ultimate delicacies, mbuzi, which is goat! There will also be a selection of traditional Swahili dishes, which blend African, Arab, and Indian influences to create an exotic mix of spices and flavours. As if all that weren’t enough, we’ll enjoy even more quintessentially Kenyan accompaniments such as ugali, a dough-like side dish, and kachumbari, a delicious tomato, onion, and coriander relish that’s popular with the locals.

To wash that all down, we’ll take the time to enjoy an after-dinner drink – maybe something to fend off the food coma! After a relaxing nightcap, we’ll drop you back off at Kivi Milimani Hotel, where this Nairobi food and culture tour will end

desde 53,6 €

Essentially Kenyan in both atmosphere and cuisine, the Nyama Choma Ranch offers a stunning selection of roasted barbecued meats; sizzling hot, presented on skewers and carved at your table; accompanied with jacket potatoes, crispy salads and tasty dips. Choose from prime Kenyan steak, succulent chicken, traditionally roasted mutton… and sink your teeth into a variety of meats (plenty of vegetarian options too!).

Warmly lit by the glowing inferno of the barbecue, open to the night air and wafted by luscious aromas of barbecued meat, the Nyama Choma Ranch also features one of the most evocative stage shows in Africa. A compelling kaleidoscope of beat, colour, costume, culture, acrobatics and raw excitement the sleekly sensual Safari Cats are a dance team with a difference.

With its own stage, state-of-the-art lighting and sound, the Nyama Choma Ranch plays host to Nairobi's premiere cabaret. Commencing their 45-minute performance at 9pm nightly, the Safari Cats are our team of professionally trained and choreographed dancers, whose performances are also eagerly welcomed all over the world.

The Safari Cats' dancers and Acrobats stage show is the premiere event in town, and is complemented by the resident live band nightly. Essentially Kenyan in both atmosphere and cuisine, the Nyama Choma Ranch Bar overlooks our famous BBQ area. It's the place to be as you enjoy a variety of drinks, wine and exotic cocktails.

Enjoy the safari cat show and dinner in one while listening to the African Rhythms which will never run out.

desde 74,53 €

A visit to Old Town reveals the rich culture and architectural heritage of Mombasa. Fort Jesus was built by the Portuguese in the 16th-century and is surrounded by narrow streets, ancient mosques and picturesque residential houses. You will visit the old dhow harbour, bazaar and the market, then drive through the Elephant Tusks on Moi Avenue. The tour includes a visit to the Akamba wood carvers, where you can see the carvers at work and buy great value souvenirs all at fixed prices. Lunch is taken at the famous Tamarind restaurant and usually served on a traditional Arabic dhow boat. In the afternoon we visit the Haller Park,where you can meet meet lots of animals and if you're lucky witness feeding time. Jambo Mombasa gives you a chance to experience all that the local area has to offer, and all in one day! So why not join us......

Parque Nacional de Nairobi es un único refugio de vida silvestre ubicado en el horizonte de Nairobi. Aquí podrá ver distintos herbívoros deambulando por las praderas del parque. Leones, guepardos y leopardos son algunos de los depredadores que se pueden observar, junto con más de 300 especies de aves. El almuerzo se servirá en un restaurante local. Aquí tendremos una oportunidad de degustar la cocina local e interactuar con los lugareños. Después del almuerzo nos dirigiremos al Museo de Karen Blixen, famosa gracias a sus “Memorias de África”. Este museo lleva al visitante a la época colonial, reconstruyendo las vidas de aquellos que habitaron esta región. Vamos a ver algunos de los originales y antiguos muebles y una reconstruida fábrica colonial de café. Desde aquí nos dirigimos al Centro de Jirafa, donde tendremos la oportunidad de interactuar de cerca con la jirafa Rothschild que está en peligro de extinción.

desde 171,68 €

Step aboard Mombasa's this floating restaurant and watch the sun set as you sail down Tudor Creek. The restaurant is renowned for its steak and seafood, and you'll be able to try a little bit of everything in a five-course dinner. But it's not just the food that'll make this an unforgettable night :the atmosphere and the views are incredible, too. As the boat slips away from the jetty, put on your dancing shoes and move to the smooth sounds of the resident band. As you sail past the moonlit Fort Jesus and Mombasa's old town, you'll agree this a dining experience with a difference.

La ciudad se remonta al siglo XII, cuando los comerciantes de especias llegaron de Arabia soplado a través de los vientos alisios. Visite el casco histórico, dominado por la fortaleza medieval de Jesús construido por los portugueses en el siglo XVI, con sus mezquitas antiguas y estrechas calles bulliciosas, el puerto viejo Dhow, tiendas de recuerdos y que incluye una visita a los talladores de madera "Akamba" donde usted tiene la oportunidad de ver a los escultores en el trabajo y hacer algunas compras. El almuerzo se servirá en el restaurante Tamarind o en el Dhow. En la tarde visita al parque natural del Dr. Rene Haller's una antigua cantera reforestada y transformada en un refugio para muchos animales como jirafas, hipopótamos y tortugas gigantes.

desde 92,12 €

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