Tui adds beaches and safaris in Kenya 

Tui adds beaches and safaris in Kenya 

Tui has added Kenya to its long-haul programme, with the East African destination now on sale for winter 2023 and summer 2024. 

The operator is featuring 16 hotels on the Kenyan Coast, with daily indirect flights with British Airways and Kenyan Airways from London-Heathrow, London-Gatwick and Manchester Airport operating to Mombasa from November 1 2023. 

Jill Thompson, TUI UK &I Head of Product, said: “Kenya is such a unique destination, offering customers the chance to visit untouched beaches and come face to face with black rhinos and red elephants on adventurous safari excursions.   

“The country is home to more than 20 national parks and boasts amazing landscapes like the Great Rift Valley and the Mount Kenya mountain range. It’s also home to Diani Beach, where white sands are skewered with palm trees.   

“TUI is really excited to be operating to Kenya from November this year, as we know Kenya is a true bucket list destination and we have tours and multi-centre options planned for the future.”  

Kenya becomes the 15th long-haul destination offered by Tui. 

Prices for a seven-night package to Bamburi, staying at the 4T Dani Sea Lodge on an all-inclusive basis start from £1120pp. 

The price is based on two adults sharing a double room with a garden view, balcony or terrace, with flights from London-Heathrow on November 25 2023, 23kg of hold luggage and transfers. 

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