The diversity of game in Kenya is simply astounding. From the big five to the small five, Kenya’s game parks, reserves and other wildlife protection areas host some of the wildest game thus the reason why this is home for the safari. Dotted in their unique landscapes, geographical features, a vast array of game ensues. The icing on Kenya’s wildlife cake is the annual Wildebeest Migration at the infamous Maasai Mara migration between mid-August and late October. This is the best example of wild nature at its best as hundreds of thousands of wildebeests, zebras, Thomson’s gazelles, topi and elands.We working together with experienced local safari & tour operators to ensure that you will get the best out of your safari.
Every safari is well organized and customized for our guests. We also offer excursions and island trips.
Discover what it means to fly during a tandem skydive over the beach! Tandem skydiving allows you to experience the thrill of free fall and a magnificent canopy flight over the coastline without any significant training. Your skydiving experience starts with a 20 minute brief from one of our instructors before you are ready to take the skies at 12,000 feet. After getting geared up you board the airplane for a 15 minute scenic flight, enjoying the beautiful view as you climb up to altitude. As you approach the exit point, you will be securely attached to the front of your instructor, and you start moving towards the doorway of the plane. You will feel the wind blast, and your heart pound with excitement as you hang your feet outside the aircraft and look at the ground 12,000 feet below. Ready… Set… GO!!
Skydive Diani – where every jump is a beach jump!
This 18 hole championship course is open to all guests to Diani. With a fine bar/restaurant you can enjoy the pleasures of the scenery even if you do not play golf.
Rated among the oldest courses in Kenya, The Mombasa Club was started in 1911. The club has a course of nine-holes consisting eight greens and is surrounded by a beautiful coral reef with powdery white sand beach. On the front course of the club, the nine holes measure a distance of 2,888 yards and 2,949 yards at the back. The front course is said to be the most interesting to play, especially because of the surrounding Indian Ocean, it also hosts an annual Coast Open tournament that usually takes place in August.
a ride along the sandy beach to the river Congo, take a ride in a canoe into the mangrove swamps, huge baobab trees and birdlife.