Linger A Little Longer with Our Special
“Stay 4, Pay 3” Beach Add-on at Kilindi Zanzibar
After all those early morning safari game drives, we invite you to unwind after your SkySafari adventure at Kilindi Zanzibar, arguably the spice island’s most romantic retreat.
Our special “Stay 4, Pay 3” beach add-on offer allows you to enjoy some well-earned rest & relaxation along the ocean, lazing on the beach and soaking up the sun. The offer includes 4 nights’ accommodation at the price of 3 at Kilindi’s spectacular pavilions, as well as flight from either Arusha or Nairobi to Zanzibar, roundtrip airport transfers to Kilindi and one full body massage spa treatment. Guests will also enjoy a private plunge pool and butler and the Kilindi Pavilions recently underwent renovations to improve the AC climate control making them even more comfortable and dare we say, cooler. Pamper yourself at Kilindi’s spa, take a private dhow cruise along the ocean or explore the island via kayak or paddleboard. A candlelit dinner on the beach is the perfect ending to your East Africa journey.
This offer is only connected with SkySafari and valid until 20th December 2022.
To find out more about terms and conditions for this special offer and to make a booking, please contact us at email@example.com.
SKY’S THE LIMIT
Top 5 Reasons to Go on Safari in the Off Season
Traditionally considered the low season, April, May, and June are typically a bit rainier and wetter, thus known as the ‘green season’. While in the past it has been considered an unfavourable time to safari due to the challenges with game viewing, the green season is considered by most safari afficionados as the best time to explore! Here are our top five reasons to head out in the wilderness during the slower months.
Little to no crowds which means fewer vehicles, National Parks and Conservancies are quieter and you often have the open savannah entirely to yourself.
A wonderful time to see younglings with lots of baby animals being born.
Jaw-dropping sunrises, sunsets, and landscape views. The land and sky offer even sharper colours this time of year, including light streaks in the sky thanks to the clean air, making it an ideal time for photographers to get breath-taking shots.
A Birder’s paradise! Hundreds of birds and migrant bird species from the northern hemisphere head to East Africa during this time of the year. It’s also a great time to spot birds showing off their breeding plumage while they’re en-route to find water.
Opportunity to see more prey/predator encounters given the greater number of younglings being born.
Meet Agata Sobczak,
Our New Director of Sales & Marketing for SkySafari
Please join us in welcoming our newest addition, Agata Sobczak, Director of Sales & Marketing for SkySafari, to the SkySafari team. Agata joins us after working for several years at properties in East Africa including the Seychelles and Zanzibar, as well as Zambia. Her background includes various sales and marketing roles at five-star properties throughout the world, along with a master’s degree from Spain’s esteemed ESERP Business School. She looks forward to bringing her passion for hospitality, along with a multicultural and open-minded perspective, to her new position.
We are sure you will be hearing from Agata in the coming weeks but please feel free to reach out to her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org and say hello!
Fully Vaccinated Travellers Now Exempt from Pre-Departure Testing Requirements When Traveling to Kenya and Tanzania
We are happy to share that all fully vaccinated passengers arriving and entering Tanzania and Kenya no longer need to present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival.
Fully vaccinated passengers, including children ages 5 years old and up, will be required to present a certificate of COVID-19 vaccination at any point of entry. Fully vaccinated includes having received the prescribed doses of the specific vaccine, with the latest vaccination received at least 14 days before arrival in Tanzania or Kenya.