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2 Weeks in Africa £349 inc flight, hotel, B&B & transfers

Half Board Basis: £35 per person per week
Full Board Basis: £56 per person per week

10 May -349
17 May -349
24 May -379
31 May -349
14 June- 449

This looks like an awesome deal if you know better please let me know as i am thinking of booking it.

Click go to deal for more info i wont post it all here as there is quite a lot

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Shanzu-Paradise Beach Hotel....
Situated on glorious white-sand Shanzu Beach, you can enjoy a relaxing setting with winding paths leading through beautiful tropical gardens fragrant with frangipani, poinsettia and other exotic flora. Stroll past tended lawns and shady coconut palms, down the steps to the beach where glittering white sands slope gently into the Indian Ocean.

Location: Shanzu Beach
Transfer: 30 mins (approx.) from Mombasa Airport
Board: Bed & Breakfast. Half Board & Full Board also available

Accommodation...
This hotel comprises of several 2 and 3 storey buildings and has 72 rooms which are situated around the inviting swimming pools and gardens.

The bedrooms are simply furnished, bright and spacious with twin beds, a private shower and wc, ceiling fans and a balcony or patio with a table and chairs. There is a 13-amp power point and a safe, for which a small charge is made. All overlook the gardens or swimming pool areas. Please note that there are no lifts.
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1 Like #1
Did this holiday a couple of years back , great deal.
Injections and Malaria tablets required.
#2
Good deal. Just come back from Mombasa and highly recommend it.

Agree with Oscar33 about Injections and Malaria tablets.
#3
This is the company I work for and the deal is genuine, we sell quite a few deals to this particular accomodation, and it gets very good reviews off people who book time and time again.
#4
Looks fantastic


H+R
#5
Sorry, but what is that price quoted - per person?
#6
:thumbsup:

I went to another similar hotel nearby and loved it. Don't be afraid to do a safari deal with the beach boys. You will get a bargain
#7
Cor, looks nice, shame I've just come back from a month in Lanzarote (pesky volcano)
1 Like #8
I paid £280 for this back in December 09 for the same thing so prices go up and down.
Also there is no guarantee you will get a room with air conditioning, was going to be something like 5 euros per day for AC on top.
Rates for changing money is cheaper out of the hotel. Always go to the market to buy your bottled water, etc.
Life is a lot more relaxed there, money talks more though if you need something doing. They don't care if you are going to make a complaint.
Good if you want a basic holiday.
#9
Been here a few years ago and it was great.
#10
thanks for all you info very much appreciated
#11
Hi That looks like a great deal and would highly recommend Kenya.
I went last year 14/5 just remember you are not guaranteed the weather we had 3 out of 7 were it rained constantly but still warm and being english we all still stayed in the pool ;)
If you go i hope you have a fab time :)
Jill
#12
Very random question (and may come across as a tad stupid) but to anyone thats been, did you ever hear or see the option of an elephant ride? It is something my girlfriend really wants to do and will convince me to book this if the option is there.

I am very tempted by this deal as it sounds like you can get good deals for Safari's whilst out there too and would seem to be a cheap way of going on a 'Safari holiday'

Thanks in advance.
#13
Hi I never personally looked for it so wouldnt guarantee but i would highly recommend Kenya and dont worry about the beach boys they do really good deals just dont pay the whole trip in advance.
Im sure they would do an elephant ride if its possible :)
If you look on trip advisor they comment on certain beachboys and have contact information for them so id just send an email and find out :)
Hope this helps
Jill
#14
is it worth paying the extra for the Hboard or fullboard
#15
i have been on an elephant ride in Thailand so i dont see why they would not do it in Africa
#16
jamiesmith85
i have been on an elephant ride in Thailand so i dont see why they would not do it in Africa


Yeah, I have heard you can do it in Thailand and India also but wasn't sure if elephant rides were available to tourists for whatever reasons (religious or otherwise) in parts of Africa. I know it is a kind of noobish question, just wondered if anyone that had been to this resort had encountered or been offered these.
#17
is it a similar price from a midlands based airport does any1 know ? manchester,birmingham east mids etc
#18
Been to the voyager beach hotel and cost £1300 and it was well worth it, would check the hotel on trip advisor and good to organise your own safari (its easy and you get it cheaper and better transport - we had one truck to ourselves)
1 Like #19
cjblfc
Very random question (and may come across as a tad stupid) but to anyone thats been, did you ever hear or see the option of an elephant ride? It is something my girlfriend really wants to do and will convince me to book this if the option is there.

I am very tempted by this deal as it sounds like you can get good deals for Safari's whilst out there too and would seem to be a cheap way of going on a 'Safari holiday'

Thanks in advance.


The beach outside the hotel sometimes has camels but never seen an elephant there. Probably need to go on one of those tourist packages available from the beach boys... Remember the price is flexible and that the first price is always the highest they give you.
1 Like #20
African elephants are not so tame or trainable as Asian elephants. In Asia they are more in captivity and used for work but in Africa, are more in their natural elements due to their unpredictability. Kenya is just great so go for it. Agree with others about trips from the locals. The downside is that you can get pestered a lot but the nearer to Mombasa, the worse that is, Shanzu will be better for that. But they are friendly. Safaris are such a great experience and you never want to go to a zoo again! ENJOY!
#21
twe
The beach outside the hotel sometimes has camels but never seen an elephant there. Probably need to go on one of those tourist packages available from the beach boys... Remember the price is flexible and that the first price is always the highest they give you.


chickenchit
African elephants are not so tame or trainable as Asian elephants. In Asia they are more in captivity and used for work but in Africa, are more in their natural elements due to their unpredictability. Kenya is just great so go for it. Agree with others about trips from the locals. The downside is that you can get pestered a lot but the nearer to Mombasa, the worse that is, Shanzu will be better for that. But they are friendly. Safaris are such a great experience and you never want to go to a zoo again! ENJOY!


Thanks for the info. Think I may take the plunge and order. Cheers to OP too!
#22
You'd need a deathwish to go there... COLD.
#23
go full board , stayed in a similar hotel years ago after trekking aound kenya/ tanzania, it was called something beach near mombassa , was nothing much near it and could be quite dodgy leaving grounds esp the beach at night , could all have changed since then though. food was excellent and in week i was there i put back on the stone i lost the month trekking
#24
adrian96
You'd need a deathwish to go there... COLD.


Or an open mind...
#25
olddevlin
Or an open mind...


Don't be so ridiculous.......he's a Chelsea fan :)
#26
nice find
#27
orangelemon
Been to the voyager beach hotel and cost £1300 and it was well worth it, would check the hotel on trip advisor and good to organise your own safari (its easy and you get it cheaper and better transport - we had one truck to ourselves)


Me too!!

It's lovely there - not sure I could spend a whole two weeks without going out. Would definitely recommend a safari - and the food there was lovely!
#28
Agree with twe. Never saw a Elephant just Camel's on the beach.
Haggle to death on everything as they will quote you 10 times the price.

Adrian96 just stick to your camping holidays in the peak district!
#29
Fantastic deal!
#30
adrian96
You'd need a deathwish to go there... COLD.


Any chance of a constructive reason? :roll:
#31
You may also need to think about injections and stuff before you go - we were advised we needed Yellow Fever and obviously precautions against malaria. The cheaper meds have to be started sooner than the much more expensive ones....
#32
crikey - cheap
#33
what tables you reccomend, where I get injections?
#34
Contact your doctor's surgery for advice on injections and other drugs - some of them have to be administered a certain amount of time before you leave the country.

We had to pay £50 each for the yellow fever - and for a private prescription for the malaria tablets which then cost about £20 each. There are much more expensive options available.
#35
Excellent deal!!!! £349!!! Wow
#36
Just to let everyone know who is interested id book sooner rather than later as they are selling very quickly
#37
KrispiiDuck
Contact your doctor's surgery for advice on injections and other drugs - some of them have to be administered a certain amount of time before you leave the country.

We had to pay £50 each for the yellow fever - and for a private prescription for the malaria tablets which then cost about £20 each. There are much more expensive options available.

injections at doctors surgery where free when we had them last year needed them few weeeks before we went though . Got malaria tablets from chemist £14 for the full course think was about 7 weeks one week before then 4 weeks after But found you could get them much cheaper there so may be worth getting them there if you plan to go again great deal though voted hot
#38
All the injections we've had before have been free, but yellow fever seems to be a bit different!
#39
A bit wet there in May isn't it though? 20 rainy days and 12.6 inches of rain in May according to my book.
#40
I hope everyone has read reviews on tripadvisor etc on this and other Africa Safari Club hotels.

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