London (UK) to Mombasa (Kenya) £ 361.77 Return Ticket

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London – UK (LHR) to Mombasa – Kenya (MBA) Return Ticket

Price: £ 361.77
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 288.23

Airline: KLM and Kenya Airways
Date: 23.01.2019 to 05.02.2019

Kenya

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London (UK) to Mombasa (Kenya) £ 319.32 Return Ticket

London to Mombasa 319.00

London – UK (LHR) to Mombasa – Kenya (MBA) Return Ticket

Price: £ 319.32
Average Fare:  £ 650.00

Savings: £ 330.68

Airline: Kenya Airlines
Date: 7.05.018 to 14.05.2018

Kenya Facts

  • The country is named after Mt. Kenya, which is the highest point in the country and is 17,057 feet high.
  • Lions, leopards, elephants and buffalo can all be found running free in Kenya. Due to this, many tourists who visit the country go on safaris.
  • Kenya’s location between the Indian Ocean and Lake Victoria means that people from all over Africa and the Middle East have traveled and traded across it for centuries. This has created a diverse culture with many ethnic groups and languages.
  • Millions of people visit Kenya each year to see its endless savannah and the animals that inhabit it: elephants, lions, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, hippos, rhinos and more. The Kenyan government has set up more than 50 reserves and parks to protect these animals.
  • People hoping to spot some amazing African wildlife usually focus on Kenya’s lowland savannah. But Kenya’s ecosystems also include deserts, swamps, mountain and forests.

London (UK) to Nairobi (Kenya) £ 337.97 Return Ticket

London to Nairobi 337.97

London – UK (LHR) to Nairobi – Kenya (NBO) Return Ticket

Price: £ 337.97
Average Fare:  £ 337.97

Savings: £ 342.03

Airline: Alitalia
Date: 28.03.018 to 4.04.2018

Kenya Facts

  • Mount Kenya: Mount Kenya is Africa’s second highest peak and like Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, you don’t need special training to reach Point Lenana, one of its highest peaks. The area is home to rare species of animals as well as spectacular lakes, mineral springs, and forests.The Fourteen Falls in Thika is one of the longest and steepest waterfalls in Africa.
  • The “Big Five” animals can all be found in Kenya. These animals are rhinos, leopards, lions, buffalo, and elephants.
  • Masai Mara Game Reserve: The Masai Mara Reserve is the most popular wildlife park in Kenya. From July – October you can witness the incredible migration of millions of wildebeest and zebra. The Maasai tribesman also offers cultural tours which really add to the experience.
  • Lamu is one of Kenya’s oldest towns, settled by the Swahili about 700 years ago. More recently discovered by backpackers, Lamu is a great place to unwind and wash off the dirt and grime accumulated from some hard traveling. No matatus or mini-buses here, just donkeys and the sound of the ocean waves.