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GOLF SAFARI – what could be more exciting than playing in a exotic place, on challenging courses and stalking the ‘Big 5’? After your golf safari take time to relax – head for MOMBASA at the coast where you have beautiful beaches, sightseeing and more golf

If you have more time – visit the ISLAND PARADISE of the Seychelles where you can golf or island hop, track gorillas on the MOUNTAIN GORILLA TRAIL or safari on the SERENGETI TO KILIMANJARO, plus much more.

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KENYA —Golf Safari

Golfers enjoy the thrill of “firsts”—playing in
an exotic place, on challenging courses, and stalking the”Big5″ will definitely fit the bill! A”golf safari” in Kenya is not as strange as it
may seem, golf has been played here since 1905.
You have all the comforts of home;deluxe accommodation, excellent food and and the excitement of seeing wildlife in its natural habitat. Combine this with excellent golf and…


(9 Nights)

Day 1 — Arrive in Nairobi, Kenya’s capital, to begin your golf adventure

Day 2 — Morning or afternoon golf at Windsor Golf & CC.

Day 3 — Golf on Muthaiga GC, a championship parkland course and home of the Kenya Open. Superbly landscaped and set amidst flowering shrubs and trees ablaze with color.

Day 4 — Leave Nairobi for the Aberdare Country Club. Golf is available before lunch. After lunch drive through the forest to the Ark where the night is spent watching wildlife as it comes to drink at the floodlit waterhole and saltlick.

Day 5 — Early departure for Nakuru situated in the Great Rift Valley and home to a million flamingo. This afternoon a round on the Nakuru GC, a championship course considered to be one of the most scenic in the world.

Day 6 — Leave the beautiful lake to drive across the lunar landscape of the Rift Valley reaching Kenya’ s best known game reserve – the Masai Mara. In the afternoon game viewing in the rolling hills and plains for a view of the huge black-maned lions.

Day 7 — The day is spent watching and photographing game in this the finest of Kenya’s game sanctuaries.

Day 8 — After breakfast return to Nairobi. Afternoon relax or play a round on the Windsor GC.

Day 9 — The day is spent golfing, either Karen CC, a championship parkland course, longish and one of the most tree lined in Kenya. Or Limuru CC, a scenic championship course situated in the Kenya Highlands, higher than Nairobi (7,000 ft.)

Day 10 — Transfer to the airport for your next venue.


(4 Nights)

MOMBASA BEACH — What better way to end a safari than relaxing on the beach!
After your “golf safari” head for the Coast and spend some time on the beach, sightseeing and golfing…

Day 1 — Depart Nairobi for Mombasa. Leisure time to explore the coral coast or relax.

Day 2 — Golf will be on the Nyali GC, a championship, parkland course set amid palm trees and coral outcrops which present unusual hazards!

Day 3 — Another day to relax, you may want to try another round on the Nyali GC, or possibly the Mombasa GC. This is a 9-hole course on the ocean side of Mombasa Island. Golf has been played on the sandy links course for more than 65 years.

Day 4 — Depart Mombasa


SEYCHELLES — an Island Paradise.
A thousand miles off the East-African coast you will find a tropical paradise-islands with pristine white coral – sand beaches, set in the pure , turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Here you will find natural and unspoiled places with coral reefs, along with plant and animal life not to be seen anywhere else.

The Seychelles archipelago is great for ‘Island Hopping’ — exotic islands with names such as Bird, Cousin, La Digue (where the mode of transportis bicycle and oxcart!) and many more. Accommodation ranges from guest houses to ultra deluxe resorts — take your pick!

Short on time? You can go straight to Praslin Island where you will find secluded coves and beaches with superb snorkeling, scubadiving, fishing AND the Lemuria Resort and Golf Course. The new championship Lemuria GC was designed by Rodney Wright and is a scenic delight.

The Seychelles are easily combined with Kenya, South Africa or Dubai!

REMEMBER – this is just a taste to whet your appetite for the possibilities available to you

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