This is the life: a fortnight filled with prime game viewing in two unique reserves and then a beach break on a private bay in the Seychelles before heading home. With time spent in Samburu National Reserve and the Olare Motorogi Conservancy in Kenya, followed by the unbeatable island of Mahé, you could be forgiven for thinking you have found heaven.
There is unique magic and wonder at each stop, from the arid, rocky ledges of Samburu and the rolling plains of Olare Motorogi to the elegant charm of Hemingways Nairobi, where you will enjoy Michelin-star cuisine in a Hollywood-themed restaurant. Spot the Samburu Special 5 (Beisa oryx, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, gerenuk antelope and Somali ostrich), which are endemic to the area, and bask in the incredible wildness of the unchanging rhythms of East Africa.
Then jet off to the tropical island paradise of the Seychelles, where your home for five days is a short boat road from Mahé, the largest of the Seychelles islands and the international gateway to this sun-soaked archipelago.