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Planning a winter escape to a warmer clime? Sun-seekers can experience the "Big Five" of Beach Safaris in Kenya: pure white sand, crystal-clear azure waters, breathtaking coral reefs, unique Swahili culture, and year-round sunshine. Safari Seekers, a Nairobi-based tour operator, is offering a full selection of beach packages at hotels and resorts that dot the magnificent palm-fringed Kenyan coast.

"Today's travellers are searching for destinations that go beyond beautiful beaches," says Zul Hasham, Managing Director of Safari Seekers. "Kenya offers the chance to combine relaxation in a sunny paradise with the excitement of a game drive or an aquatic adventure."

Kenya's scuba scene is world-class with shallow coral gardens for the novice and stunning outer reefs and caves for more experienced divers. Marine Parks such as Watamu/Malindi and Kisiite Mpunguti are visited by sea turtles, manta rays, and the most gentle giant of all, the whale shark.

Big game fishing is another popular day trip. Safari Seekers can organize excursions for visitors to try their luck with some of the ocean's toughest opponents, such as marlin, wahoo and mackerel. Other water sports including para-flying, water-skiing, sailing, sea kayaking and windsurfing can easily be arranged.

Heading inland, Tsavo East National Park, is one of the closest game reserves to the Indian Ocean. Larger than Jamaica, Tsavo is a vast wilderness with plains that are home to rhino, lion, leopard, crocodile, waterbuck, kudu, gerenuk, zebra, Hunter's Hartebeest and some of the biggest elephant herds in Kenya. No visit to Kenya is complete without a traditional safari!

Safari Seekers is offering a wide range of Kenya beach hotels, resorts and guest houses with rates starting as low as US$30 per night. Packages can be custom-designed to allow "beach-hopping" along the coastline, as well as overnight stays at budget and/or luxury lodges in nearby National Parks.

Safari Seekers is based in Nairobi, Kenya and also maintains offices in Mombasa and Arusha. The company has been in business for more than 15 years organizing a variety of safaris and tours throughout East Africa. With its own fleet of vehicles, Safari Seekers can handle everything from short sightseeing visits to extended custom-designed itineraries. All price levels and standards of accommodation can be arranged from budget camping safaris to luxurious lodges. Safari Seekers is committed to introducing Canadian adventurers to the wonders of East Africa. Visit the comprehensive website at

For more information, price quotes and brochures, please contact Safari Seekers Canadian representatives, Travel Marketing Experts at 55 Town Centre Court, Suite 642, Toronto, Ontario, M1P 4X4; Tel: (416) 861-1022 or toll free (888) 423-3995; Fax: (416) 861-1108 or


For Immediate Release - Oct. 1, 2003

Contact: Britt Hamilton

Tel. (416) 861-1022