|Package name||SGR Package Offer - Baobab Beach Resort- Diani|
|Duration||2 Nights/3 days|
|Departure Dates||01/06/2018 to 23/12/2019|
|Price (Per Person On Twin Sharing)||KES 20,800|
|Package Start From||Nairobi ,|
Depart from Nairobi SGR Terminus to arrive Mombasa SGR Mombasa terminus. Pick up and transfer to the hotel Relax in the room or enjoy the hotel amenities or the beach .All meals and selected drinks for the day are catered for.
After breakfast you have the option to spend the the rest of the day enjoying the hotel amenities, or go for beach exploration or even go visit the surroundings of your hotel. All meals are catered for.
After breakfast enjoy the hotel facilities till the your check out time. Transfer to Mombasa terminus for Nairobi.
|Hotel/ Lodge Accomodation|
|All government taxes applicable|
|Meals on All inclusive (Includes : Selected wines & Alcoholic beverages , Non Alcoholic beverages , Lunch , Dinner , Breakfast)|
|Transport Based on SGR Train (Economy Class)|
|Transport to & From Hotel Based on shared vehicle (Saloon Car or Minivan / a bus)|
|Entry Visa to Kenya|
|International flight into/out off Kenya,|
|Extras at the lodge/hotel –tips, drinks, telephone, laundry or any other personal expenses|
A 50% deposit is payable on confirmation of booking and the balance is due before the date of check in.
Bookings not secured by the appropriate deposit will be released automatically and without prior notification.
|Baobab Beach Resort Spa||Mombasa||2 Nights|
Located on the world famous Diani Beach, The Baobab Beach Resort and Spa is set within 80 acres of tropical gardens, overlooking the Indian Ocean. An oasis of tranquility and serenity, the Resort’s picturesque location is nestled on a coral headland overlooking vast stretches of golden beach. Shaded by indigenous coastal vegetation and exotic coconut palms the resort stretches over 500 meters of golden beach front offering the ultimate luxury beach holiday
South Coast has a more rustic feel than Nyali or any of the other suburban beaches immediately north of Mombasa, partially due to its logistical dislocation from the island-bound city, to which it is connected not by a road bridge but by the steady-but-slow Likoni ferry service. South of the ferry, the surfaced A14 sticks to within 2 to 3km (1 to 2 miles) of the seashore for most of its length, veering further inland only as it approaches the Lunga Lunga border with Tanzania, about 120km (72 miles) south of Mombasa.