Grassy savannas, shallow lakelands, snow-capped mountains, the Great Rift Valley and golden coasts – Kenya’s endless variety of landscapes overlap in one adventurous, welcoming package. A popular place to start is Nairobi, the nation’s bustling capital, which sits at the heart of the magnificent Nairobi National Park. Take a safari tour for the chance to see herds of zebra, buffalo and wildebeest crossing the open plain. This park is one of many that form the vast Maasai Mara National Reserve. Further south, there’s Amboseli National Park, which draws water from the streams of looming Mount Kilimanjaro, creating a thriving wetland habitat that lures lions, elephants and giraffes. Towards the coast, you’ll find the massive Tsavo National Park, home to beautiful scenery, and more rich and varied wildlife. Beyond here lies the coastal city of Mombasa – a multicultural port where people from all sides of the Indian Ocean live side by side. Kenya’s impressive infrastructure allows for safaris by car, bus or plane, and the possibility to stay in accommodation ranging from luxury lodges to tented camps. There are plenty of hotels and apartments to rent in the bigger cities like Nairobi and Mombasa, or Eldoret in the west.
The service is outstanding. From the gate, the reception, hot towels and welcoming fresh juice what's not to like.
My room or shall I say suite, was so huge and very relaxing. On a solo spa trip so I found it very peaceful. The bed and mattress which could fit 6 people was stylishly on the top floor of my suite. I had a kitchen, living room and bar area. A golf cart to take me anywhere I wanted. I will bring my family next time.
The staff were very friendly. Everything reasonably priced. A great place.
A special thanks to the staff on the morning of our checkout. I screwed up the flight times by 3 hours. So we left in a rush. They checked us out very quickly and organised a taxi very quickly despite us already booking one later.
A massive thanks to everyone and i will definitely stay there again next time I'm in Nairobi.
The staff are super friendly and helpful, nothing is too much trouble for them. The food is so tasty and fresh, especially their salad bar at lunch and dinner. Sea view rooms are great and have a lovely balcony. They have a good kite surfing school too here at Reef. Sea temps are 28+ degrees on Nyali beach! I have been coming to Reef for 10yrs now. It feels like my 2nd home.
Was served by Mariam, customer care employee and I enjoyed my 4 days stay there. They have me more than what I expected. I can always recommend PrideInn Mombasa to anyone going there for job or holiday. 😃