African Safari Club Kenya Holidays. 14 nights from just £449 per person (also some @ £399. ) - HotUKDeals
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Departing on 13, 27 October and 10 November 2008, staying at the Dolphin Hotel (4.5 shields) or Flamingo Beach Hotel (5 shields) the price includes direct, return flights, 14 nights in a standard twin room on Full Board Basis and all transfers, taxes and fuel surcharges.


Dolphin Hotel
Four Shields from just £399 per person

A sweeping drive amidst lush tropical gardens leads you to the welcoming and friendly Dolphin Hotel, which enjoys an enviable position right on palm-fringed Shanzu Beach, 20km north of Mombasa. From the elevated reception area, with its central dolphin fountain, steps lead down to the restaurant, bar and shady terrace. Another flight of steps takes you down to the swimming pool, sun terrace and beach bar, which are attractively floodlit at night. Truly a picturesque and tranquil setting.
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#1
Nice find - heat given
#2
heat added cheers!
#3
surely theres a catch.....anyone heard of this company??
#4
Yep I've been with them to Egypt. The price was as advertised.. just had to pay a huge bar bill at the end of the holiday.
They might not have a great reputation as a company to work for, but for value for money..You can't go wrong.
#5
have you seen 'the hostel'?:evil:
#6
It says you can add a FREE Safari worth £97 if you use voucher code: KEN10
#7
Theres no catch.Kenya has always been cheap but people just imagine its expensive. I first went 16 years ago for 3 weeks & it only cost £550. I have never paid more than that since. The last place I stayed in was at the Southern Palms Hotel H/B for 2 weeks incl flights etc for £450. So there are bargains to be had.
#8
amazing ! if i could handle the flight i'd go for sure
#9
I would rather get an all inclusive option. Could you imagine the bar bill at the end of 14 nights - in that heat :w00t:
#10
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All prices shown are in GBP (£) per person and based upon two people sharing a standard twin room.

So you have to share a room with a stranger? That's weird isn't it?
#11
We've just paid £1600 each to go next year :x
#12
Don't go to the Dolphine hotel, go to Flamingo....
Reviews...
Also, don't try and come back with over weight suitcase...they charge you a fortune.

http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g294210-d574922-Reviews-Flamingo_Beach_Hotel-Mombasa.html
#13
robbo!;3112334
surely theres a catch.....anyone heard of this company??


Yes, I've travelled to Kenya with them. No problems, perfectly fine.
#14
Some mixed reviews on tripadvisor.co.uk so be warned.
#15
Flight Full On 13th Oct
#16
Has anyone been recently was considering it on a few occasions but was advised against it as people have said it might not be that safe due to recent troubles?
#17
http://www.dailypost.co.uk/news/north-wales-news/2008/01/08/friends-face-kenya-holiday-woe-55578-20322645/
I will not take the risk. good price but a lot going on out there at the moment.
#18
That was some time ago.

Things seem much more stable now.
#19
also worth looking on first choice web site £477 HB 11 nights also watch you dont book in rainy season as some cheap deals are during this season worth checking vote hot real good deal

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