Leopard Beach Resort and Spa

 34, 80400 Diani Beach, Kenya


Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Kenya Airways
Nairobi:   05-Jul-2021   -   10-Jul-2021
4 Nights , Half Board
Room Type : Standard Room
5-7kg hand luggage 1 pieces Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee & Visa on Arrival ( Not Included)
  Airport Transfers

Total Price ₦598,000.00

Deposit Price ₦200,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Leopard Beach Resort and Spa
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
34, 80400 Diani Beach, Kenya
Room Type :-
Standard Room
Board Type :-
Half Board (Breakfast and Dinner)
Description :-
Located along Diani beach, Leopard Beach Resort & Spa boasts panoramic views of the Indian Ocean and is set within a tropical garden. The resort is within 5 km from Ukunda. The bright, air-conditioned rooms feature a satellite TV, safe and tea-and-coffee-making facilities. Each unit has a minibar and en suite bathroom including free toiletries. All rooms have a view of the garden and some of the sea. Leopard Beach Resort offers a selection of restaurants and bars. The signature à la carte restaurant, The Chui Grill is situated on a two-tiered timber deck and serves fresh seafood and grills. The Uzuri Spa and Fitness Forest is set in a 6-acre indigenous forest, offering a selection of treatments and wellness facilities. Guests can enjoy a refreshing swim in the large pool. Resort facilities include an adventure centre and children’s playground. Free WiFi is available in rooms and public areas and the Moi International Airport is within 45 km.
Leopard Beach Resort and Spa Facilities:-
Aircond , Babysit , Bar , Basket court , Billiards , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Businessc , Canoeing , Carrental , Casino , Continental breakf , Curexchange , Disabledg , Diving , Dryclean , Elevator , Faxcopy , Fitness , Freewifi , Games room , Garden , Gay friendly , Greek breakf , Heating , Horse riding , Hour24desk , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Library , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Mini golf , Newspaper
Flight Cabin:-
Economyclass
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Direction:-
Round Trip
Departure Airport:-
LOS
Airline Name:-
Kenya Airways
Departure Date:-
05-07-2021
Baggage Detail:-
5-7kg hand luggage 1 pieces
Airport Transfers

“Majestic Peaks, Moorlands and Intriguing Falls”

The park provides a habitat for elephants, black rhinos, leopards, spotted hyenas, olive baboons, black and white colobus monkeys, buffalos, warthogs and bushbucks among others. Rare sightings include those of the Giant Forest hog, bongo, golden cat, serval cat, African wild cat, African civet cat and the blue duiker. Visitors can indulge in picnics, trout fishing in the rivers and camping in the moorlands. Bird viewing is rewarding, with over 250 species of birds in the park, including the Jackson's Francolin,
Sparrow hawks, goshawks, eagles, sunbirds and plovers.

Tsavo East National Park is Kenya’s largest and is known for its wonderful diversity of wildlife.

Famous for the Tsavo lions, there are close to 700 in this ecosystem.

This action-packed day trip is a dawn to dusk experience. Prepare to spend at least 6 hours viewing spectacular wildlife and colourful landscapes.

Tour is in private pop up top safari minivan.

Upgrade to a customized pop up top 4 x 4 Land Cruiser jeep option is at a supplementary cost.

 

Safari  picks up & drops off at:

Mombasa City, Nyali beach resorts, Tiwi beach resorts, Mombasa Port, Shanzu beach resorts, Kilifi beach resorts, Galu beach resorts, Bamburi beach resorts, Msambweni beach resorts, Diani beach resorts.



Tour pick up time
South Coast and Diani beach hotels: 0400Hrs

Staples are maize and other cereals depending on the region, including millet and sorghum eaten with various meats and vegetables. The foods that are universally eaten in Kenya are ugali, sukuma wiki, and nyama choma. Kenya's coastal cuisine is unique and highly regarded throughout the country.

 

Culled from - wikipedia.org

The currency of Kenya is the Kenyan Shilling (KES). ATMs are widely available in Nairobi and the main towns and credit cards are widely accepted. It's unlikely you'll be able to exchange Scottish or Northern Irish banknotes in Kenya. Kenya is in the process of introducing new banknotes.

So even though Kenyans are educated in English, Swahili is still the dominant language spoken in Mombasa, on Kenya's coast. It's used in everyday life, just as it's used in most of Kenya, but the Swahili people speak in Mombasa is much purer.

Although there is a long-standing travel advisory from the US State Department, it relates to very specific and strictly non-tourist areas – mostly in the distant east of the country. It is not a blanket ban and the majority of Kenya is safe to visit. In fact, thousands of American tourists visit Kenya's incredible wildlife areas like the Masai Mara, Samburu, Amboseli and Laikipia every year without incident.

An influential promoter of Kenya tourism is Virgin entrepreneur Richard Branson (he owns Mahali Mzuri in the Masai Mara). Branson has stated that travel advisories hurt countries and help terrorists. He argues for two main considerations: firstly, incidents occur very far from the premier tourism attractions. You’re much safer on a game drive in a private conservancy in the Masai Mara than driving your car on a multi-lane turnpike. Secondly, without tourist dollars, unemployment in rural areas skyrockets. This inevitably leads to a general increase in crime but, worst of all, poverty makes people more vulnerable to being recruited into organizations like al-Shabab.

Where extremism gains a solid foothold, it becomes more difficult to extinguish. The conservation of Africa's wildlife relies heavily on the foreign currency generated by tourism. Without these funds, important conservation projects would have to scale down or close, national parks are forced to lay off rangers and anti-poaching units, and poaching thrives. If the tourism industry suffers, the domino effect of suffering for rural communities and endangered wildlife is truly horrifying.

 

Culled from - go2africa.com

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