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Kenya

Can you name the Big Five? By the time you leave the sprawling plains of the Masai Mara in Kenya, you’ll know which animal is missing from this list: lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo…

Experience the home of safari with an overland journey into the heart of Africa and enjoy the intoxicating mix of adventure by day and more than a touch of bush luxury by night.

Watch in awe as the annual Great Migration takes place, with more than a million wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle sweeping from Tanzania to the safe grasslands of the Mara. From August to September, you can witness the iconic sight of the travelling herds leaping for their lives over the crocodile-infested Mara River.

Enjoy front row seats of this natural wonder from Sanctuary Olonana, which is perched on the banks of the river in the Great Rift Valley. The family-friendly camp harks back to the romance of a bygone era. Sleep soundly in a four-poster bed inside your luxury canvas tent after enjoying a bush dinner under the stars in an African boma. Life doesn’t get any better.

Seychelles

Time to dust yourself down from the African savannah and swap your khakis for a colourful kaftan as you become a castaway on your own desert island. Share the beach with turtle and a passing population of giant tortoise on Félicité, one of the 115 ancient atolls which make up one of the world’s most alluring destinations, the Seychelles. This is a land of Creole heritage where prehistoric palm forests shelter the legendary coco de mer.

Dubbed the original Garden of Eden, this archipelago nestling in the middle of the Indian Ocean, more than 1,000 kilometres from the East African coast, is home to the finest beaches and natural wonders, just waiting to be explored.

Stay at Six Senses Zil Pasyon and adjust to island living with a relaxing treatment in the spa rooms built into the unique granite boulders. After basking under the equatorial sun on the palm-fringed beach, take a cooling dip in the cerulean sea. Grab a snorkel and flippers and swim among the iridescent corals and shimmering shoals of fish.

You’ll discover that the Seychelles is easy to get to – but extremely hard to leave.

Flight time

Direct flight from Nairobi to Seychelles: three hours, 15 minutes