PrideInn Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa

 Dolphin Road, 80109 Shanzu, Kenya

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Kenya Airways
Mombasa:   07-Jun-2021   -   26-Jun-2021
18 Nights , Bed and Breakfast
Room Type : Twin bed
23kg*2 / 7kg hand luggage Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  Airport Transfers

Total Price ₦597,000.00

Deposit Price ₦380,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
PrideInn Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
Dolphin Road, 80109 Shanzu, Kenya
Room Type :-
standard room
Board Type :-
Bed and Breakfast
Description :-
Flamingo Beach Club is set amongst landscaped gardens with tropical palm trees and a lagoon-shaped swimming pool. Offering 2 restaurants and 4 bars, this resort is located directly on the beach overlooking Mombasa Marine Park. All of the very spacious rooms feature a balcony with a choice of Indian Ocean, pool or garden views. They are stylishly furnished with mosquito nets surrounding luxury bed linens and each has a flat-screen TV. Palm Restaurant has themed buffet meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Blue Lagoon includes a diverse à la carte menu overlooking the pool. There are light snacks and beverages throughout the various bars, some with Indian Ocean views. All rooms have balconies; upgraded rooms add living areas. Room service is available 24/7. A variety of appetizing meals are served in our restaurant. Amenities include a landscaped lagoon-style pool, a spa and a gym, as well as 2 relaxed bars . Mombasa’s centre and Fort Jesus are a 20-minute drive away. An airport shuttle is available for Moi International Airport, 25 km away.
PrideInn Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa Facilities:-
Aircond , Babysit , Bar , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Businessc , Canoeing , Carrental , Continental breakf , Curexchange , Dryclean , Elevator , Fitness , Freewifi , Heating , Hour24desk , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Nonsmoking , Outpool , Parking , Restaurant , Roomserv , Safetybox , Sauna , Table tennis , Tourdesk
Flight Cabin:-
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Round Trip
Departure Airport:-
Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS )
Airline Name:-
Kenya Airways
Departure Date:-
Baggage Detail:-
23kg*2 / 7kg hand luggage
Airport Transfers

Mombasa is an aquatic playground offering stunning beaches, crystal clear water and beautiful marine life. The city boasts a wide range of action-packed water sports activities to enjoy, from jet skiing to scuba diving. If you are in Mombasa and looking for something fun to do, you might consider giving one of these water activities a try!

You should seek medical advice from your local health practitioner before travelling to Kenya and ensure that you receive all of the appropriate vaccinations. As a guide Polio, Diphtheria, Hepatitis A and B, and Tetanus is strongly recommended. Rabies and Meningitis are also recommended. A Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate is required for travel to Kenya and if travelling from an infected area it must be presented upon arrival in order to be granted entry. Please also note that if you are travelling onward to Uganda, Rwanda and Tanzania you will need a Yellow Fever Certificate to produce on arrival in order to be granted entry.


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There is a risk of malaria in Kenya so it is very important to check with your doctor before you go, to see whether malarial medication is required for the areas you are visiting. Generally, it is good practice to avoid mosquito bites by wearing long sleeved, light coloured clothes and wearing a mosquito repellent that contains at least 50% DEET.


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It has been claimed that tap water in Nairobi and Mombasa is drinkable but it is usually a good idea for tourists to stick to bottled water in order to avoid contact with any foreign bacteria that could make them ill. Outside these two cities tap water should be avoided entirely in favour of bottled mineral water.


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Plastic bags were banned in Kenya as of 28th August 2017. Travellers arriving at any airport in Kenya can face heavy fines for bringing plastic bags into the country. This includes plastic bags in both your checked luggage and carry-on luggage, as well as duty free plastic bags.

We recommend avoiding packing any plastic bags in your luggage before flying to Kenya. You should also remove any items purchased at departure airports from their bags before boarding. Double check your luggage before disembarking in Kenya and leave any plastic bags on the plane.


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