We love this Kenya safari-and-stay deal from Africa Sky because it includes four nights spotting wildlife in the country's best-known national parks, followed by four nights relaxing on the beach in Mombasa. At £1499 per person, this saves you £300 per person and means the beach extension is free. In full, you get:
From Nairobi, the first stop is at The Ark lodge in Aberdare National Park, a diverse landscape of forests and ravines, where you might spot a black rhino. Next, you'll overnight at Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge, by Lake Nakuru in the Rift Valley, which is home to flocks of flamingos and wildlife such as giraffes, elephants, cheetahs and antelopes. Then spend two nights at Keekorok Lodge in the Masai Mara National Park, famed for its population of big cats.
Following a short flight from Nairobi, the next four nights are spent at the 4-star Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa, on Mombasa's long white sand beach. Awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2012, there are three outdoor pools and a PADI dive centre on-site. Travelzoo subscribers will receive a free room upgrade, subject to availability at time of booking.
This trip departs every Sunday from 7 April-23 June from London Heathrow.
For details on departures from other airports starting at £50 more per person, click here.
A visa to enter Kenya is obtainable upon arrival at the airport and costs US$50 per person.
Book by 23 January.