Entebbe (Uganda)

FLY-SAX welcomes you to Uganda, The Pearl of Africa! Uganda is a landlocked country in East Africa whose diverse landscape encompasses the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains and immense Lake Victoria, while focusing its tourism efforts on the country’s landscape and wildlife. Its abundant wildlife includes endangered gorillas and chimpanzees as well […]


Reaching into Kenya’s far north eastern corner is the town of Wajir, an administrative centre in the middle of Kenya’s vast northern desert. The majority of people around Wajir live a nomadic life in an arid environment which, only just, supports camel, cattle, sheep, goats and donkeys. The Wajir Museum […]


Nestled in the north-west of Kenya, between the forested slopes of Mount Elgon and the ancient Cherangani Hills, is the rustic and charming agricultural town of Kitale. The town features the Stoneham Museum, established in 1926, which provides a window into the region’s colonial history. Kitale is known as the […]

Ukunda (Diani)

The coastal town of Ukunda lies 30km south of Mombasa, close to the border with Tanzania. Nearby is one of Kenya’s most popular beach destinations, Diani Beach, best known for its beautiful white sand stretching for miles, sophisticated restaurants and elegant 5* hotels. Watersports, including water-skiing, windsurfing and kitesurfing, are […]


An island connected to the mainland by bridges, Mombasa is home to some of Kenya’s most luxurious and prestigious hotels, restaurants, casinos and nightclubs – fringed by white sandy beaches. Prise yourself away from the beautiful beach and you can explore Mombasa’s abundant and culturally diverse historical sites. This vital […]


An oceanic jewel protected by the Marine National Park and 120 miles north of Mombasa, Malindi is one of Kenya’s most popular tourist coastal destinations with some of the most beautiful stretches of beach in the world. Scuba diving, deep sea fishing and kitesurfing are popular activities, taking advantage of, […]


To the north of Malindi and on the northern coastline is the town of Lamu. First documented in the 9th Century, Lamu is the sole survivor of a 1,000-year cultural epoch and is the oldest continually inhabited town earning it the accolade of featuring on the World Heritage List as […]

Comoros (Moroni)

The Comoros is an archipelago consisting of four islands, characterised by picturesque sandy beaches, the largest of which is Ngazidja (‘Grande Comore’), which is home to the Union capital and seat of the government, Moroni. The islands are located in the Indian Ocean, in the Mozambique Channel, just 200 miles […]

Maasai Mara

Amongst Kenya’s game reserves, the Maasai Mara National Reserve stands alone in the far south west of the country, removed from other game destinations. This Garden of Eden offers the richest diversity of wildlife in the country, including elephants, leopards, rhinos and buffalo, and has the largest concentration of African […]