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FULLY BOOKED!
Please email us at hello@lxmi.com if you're interested in joining us next time we do a Plant Safari!


PRICING:

Pricing: $2,500 with deposit due before Feb. 1; $2,800 with deposit due by April 1. Includes all ground transport, activities, accommodation, and food, based on double occupancy (single occupancy supplement: $300). 

DETAILED ITINERARY

June 23: Arrival into Nairobi (NBO), stay at Ololo Lodge at Nairobi National Park, Kenya's oldest game reserve.

June 24: Fly to Watamu, home to Kenya's top marine sanctuary. Lunch in private villa, daytime Plant Safari to Arabuko Sokoko National Park, the largest intact native coastal forest in East Africa, home to wild forest elephants and various primates, sunset paddleboard tour through the mangroves and sundowners on Mida Creek.

June 25: Morning paddleboarding with wild dolphins, optional yoga, lunch at the villa, social enterprise session at EcoWorld, one of Kenya's premier recycling centers, meeting community leaders to learn about neem oil production and social issues in the community. Dinner at the villa.

June 26: Morning visit to the sea turtle sanctuary, social enterprise lunch and coaching session, afternoon visit to ancient Baobab trees at Gede Ruins and visit native plant nursery. Dinner at Rock and Sea, Watamu's luxury eco-resort adjacent to a 1,000-year-old baobab.

June 27: early morning drive to Tsavo East National Park's Satao Lodge, Kenya's largest, to observe large game: lion, elephant, zebra, impala, buffalo, hippos, and more. Afternoon yoga and game drive, followed by campfire dinner and stay in luxury camps.

June 28: Depart after breakfast and morning game drive by car to Nairobi for evening flights.

OPTIONAL:

Ocean Sports option to kitesurf or take lessons at Watamu, for $60 per lesson including gear rental.

This trip is suitable for children over 12.
**Please note that discounts cannot be used for the Plant Safari**

For questions, please email hello@lxmi.com

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