3 Great Luxury Finds in Africa in February and March


Three great deals to those who want to travel to Africa in luxury below.  The image below is of the Residence in Mauritius.


Witnessing the astonishing wildlife of the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya is a top bucket list trip for many. For those keen to fulfil their safari ambitions, Cox & Kings is offering savings of up to £525 per person on an 11-day trip to Kenya that combines safari and beach. The holiday includes three nights’ full board plus twice-daily safari drives at Elephant Pepper Camp – a great site for lion-spotting – and five nights’ full board at idyllic beach resort, Funzi Keys, as well as flights and transfers. The trip, based on two adults sharing, costs a reduced £3,145 per person; valid for new bookings made before 28 February 2013.


Turquoise Holidays is offering an opportunity to spot the Big Five in South Africa. Three nights in a luxury suite at the amazing Makanyane Safari Lodge now costs a reduced £1,849 per person, saving couples £1,284 for a short break. Between guests’ private patios and the main lodge’s viewing decks – positioned strategically above a waterhole in the Madikwe Game Reserve, so guests can watch the action unfold as they drink sundowners on the deck – there are plenty of opportunities to spy wildlife like cheetahs and hyenas. The all-inclusive price includes international flights and transfers, and is valid for travel until 31 March 2013.


Turquoise Holidays are offering great savings for families of four on week-long holidays at The Residence Mauritius, a breezy beach resort with top-notch facilities. For £4,499, a family of four will receive seven nights for the price of six staying in Colonial Garden View Rooms, a free room for the children, daily lunch or dinner, complimentary children’s swimming lessons, return flights from London and private transfers. Valid for travel between 15 April and 29 September 2013.

Note: we are NOT being paid or compensated in any way to list these.

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