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How to get there Kenya Air­ways, a full-fledged legacy car­rier, op­er­ates a daily flight to Nairobi from Dubai. From Nairobi, the air­line has con­ve­nient con­nec­tions to all the main tourist des­ti­na­tions in Kenya. Since the air­line has just in­tro­duced a Boe­ing 777 on this route, it is of­fer­ing its cus­tomers a pro­mo­tional fare of Dh777 plus taxes. The of­fer ends on June 30. To book your tick­ets you can log on to www.kenya-air­ or call 04 229 2000. Where to stay Cheli & Pea­cock is a 30-year-old, small, fam­ily-run busi­ness that spe­cialises not only in exclusive and be­spoke sa­faris but sus­tain­able, eco-friendly tourism too. The com­pany has full-board bou­tique prop­er­ties across Kenya and Tan­za­nia that have won sev­eral pres­ti­gious awards for their high stan­dards of ser­vice and their at­ten­tion to de­tail. Rooms at Joy’s Camp start from $364 (around Dh1,340) per per­son per night, and at Elsa’s Kopje, it starts from $426. Mri­nal’s trip to Kenya was or­gan­ised by Africa Con­nec­tion, a Dubai-based travel com­pany that pro­vides has­sle-free, unique hol­i­days any­where in Africa. To book your dream hol­i­day, get in touch with Judy Fell at Africa@ emi­ or call 04 344 5547. Please check the se­cu­rity sit­u­a­tion be­fore trav­el­ling. Your em­bassy can pro­vide the lat­est info and ad­vice.

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