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Transfer Vehicles  

Transfers will be conducted in modern 5 or 10 seater vehicles with A/C and plenty of room for luggage.   To ensure a fast journeys the shuttle only stops at properties with bookings (most journeys will have fewer than five pickups on route)   

 

Kenya

 

Stunning beaches, pristine coral reefs teeming with fish, amazing hostels, fresh seafood, elephant safari parks, friendly bush babies, skydiving, world-class kitesurfing and laidback beach bars; Kenya’s coast really does have it all.  An Indian Ocean paradise where you can scuba dive and safari in the same day before cracking open some ice cold beers and watching the sun dip below the horizon.  With good times and endless adventure all but guaranteed its no wonder travellers end up falling in love with Kenya's extraordinary coastal region   

Zanzibar

 

The spice islands: soft white sand, warm turquoise waters lined with palm trees, delicious food, wild beach parties, cheerful Maasai, crumbling Swahili architecture; Zanzibar has long since been recognised as a dream backpacker destination.  Stay in incredible oceanfront hostels, swim with dolphins and turtles, swing in a hammock, tour a spice plantation, visit giant tortoises or spot monkeys before bar-hopping your way down the beach, there's never a dull moment on this breathtaking archipelago!

Uganda

An African backpacker Mecca, bargain safaris, epic hiking, chilled lakeside villages, chimpanzee and gorilla experiences, white water rafting, artsy ecolodges and some of the friendliest people on the continent; Uganda is a must-visit destination.  A small country blessed with hugely diverse landscapes.  Relax on an island in beautiful Lake Bunyonyi, hike a 4,000m mountain, paddle on the Nile river and visit one of the ten stunning National Parks abundant in wildlife - the hardest thing will be fitting it all in!