Richard Branson’s Mahali Mzuri, spices up Valentine’s Day with Sh4m offer
Mahali Mzuri the world’s most luxurious safari camp owned by British billionaire Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Galactic, has spiced up its Valentine’s Day offer with an outlandish Sh4 million three-day pampered stay at their tented camps in Masai Mara.
The three days, two-night special comprises private air transfers, private game drives in a custom-built vehicle, unlimited access to the exclusive Olare Motorogi Conservancy and a complimentary helicopter ride to the luxurious Cottars 1920 camp for lunch on February 14, 2023.
And if that is not enough, the couple will also do a romantic bush dinner and bush breakfast, spa treatment, air balloon safari ride over the Masai Mara and a complimentary tot of The Macallan ‘M’ Single Malt Scotch Whisky (a bottle goes for between Sh640,000 to Sh750,000).
There will also be a private, professional photographer during the entire trip.
The hotel can accommodate up to 24 guests at any given time. The hotel will make north of Sh 98m on Valentine’s weekend.
Mahali Mzuri, a 12-tented luxury safari camp in the private Olare Motorogi Conservancy, has been voted the finest in the 2021 Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards.
“Due to Mahali Mzuri’s excellent location on the Kenyan plains, you’ll have a front-row seat, not just to the annual great migration, but also to the abundant game you can see all year round,” the hotel states on its website.
A night at the camp costs between Sh150, 000 to Sh330, 000, depending on the season.
In 2016, Villa Rosa Kempinski got tongues wagging with its Valentine’s Day offer, an outlandish Sh5.4 million three-day pampered stay in its presidential suite, dubbed ‘50 Shades of Valentines’.
There was also a custom-made set of diamond jewellery for the lady and white diamond cuff links for the gentleman, all valued at approximately Sh1.4 million.
The couple also enjoyed a game drive and sundowner in the Mara before taking a helicopter back to Nairobi for a six-course meal on the hotel’s rooftop and a private dining experience in the ballroom.
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