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Dear <<First Name>>,

Welcome to the first Saruni newsletter of 2015! If the excitement of New Year’s Eve seems like a long distant memory, resolutions have come and gone, and summer seems too far off, banish those January blues by booking your Saruni experience in Kenya.  Our reservations team in Nairobi has hit the ground running, with 2015 proving already to be a very busy and promising year ahead.
We hope to have you on safari with us soon, in the meantime, we are excited to share updates about Saruni Ocean, the award-winning Saruni Mara and much more in this bumper January edition of our 'news and views'. 

Best wishes for the year ahead, 
CONDE NAST Traveler's 2014 Readers' Choice Awards - Saruni Mara
Saruni Mara has appeared in CONDÉ NAST Traveler’s 2014 Readers’ Choice Awards this month as one of ‘The Trip Everyone In Their 30's Should Take’.  Click here to view the full article. Whilst a Kenyan safari experience was rated top in the survey for travellers in their 30’s, travel to Saruni is for everyone, regardless of age!
Doing your bit for conservation in 2015
Thinking about visiting Kenya? Fancy playing your part in saving Kenya’s endangered wildlife? Well, now's the time to visit according to Kenya-based Jonathan Scott, renowned zoologist, wildlife photographer and conservationist. Read about the vital role tourism plays in conservation in an interview with Jonathan, as appearing on ATTA’s website. Read more
Due to popular demand, we are extending the deadline for submissions of photos in the #WhyILoveSaruni Competition to 1st March 2015. Be in with a chance to win a 2 night stay for 2 at any safari Saruni property by entering your photographs of your stay at Saruni. For all competition details, click here.
#WhyILoveSaruni Competition - Nov & Dec Finalists
Our #WhyILoveSaruni Competition continues to be popular with some incredible entries, making it a tough job to choose! But choose we must – and we have selected the monthly finalists for November and December 2014. Congratulations to the November Finalists – Cheryl Smith, Matteo Catalfamo and Tommaso Leidi, and to the December Finalists – Caroline Crocker, Gurveer Singh Sira and Poonam Kishor Shah. Well done all!

Click here to see their photos that have earned them a spot in the Top 20.  
Top Choice: Lonely Planet's 'breathtaking camp' - Saruni Mara
That’s how Lonely Planet has described Saruni Mara in its new 2015 guide to Kenya. With a setting in ‘animal-packed, forested hills’ that is ‘different to most other camps’, we are considered a ‘Top Choice’ in the Masai Mara. The printed edition is due out later this year; however, the online review is available now. Simply click here to read more. 
Going the 'extra mile' at Kenya's south coast
If ever you needed another reason to travel to Diani beach on Kenya’s stunning south coast, then here it is. Ukunda Aerodrome in Diani, the primary airfield used by travelling coastal residents and safari-going tourists alike, will soon benefit from a long-awaited extended runway and a spanking new terminal building, as confirmed by The Kenya Airport Authority (KAA).  The extension of the runway to an overall length of 2 kilometres will see a major boost to the coast’s tourism infrastructure, as its current length of 1.1 kilometres restricts types and sizes of planes able to land.

Rumour has it that it’s only a matter of time before scheduled flights to and from Kenya’s main aviation gateway, Jomo Kenyatta International, will be launched. Read news item in full on Atta Travel website
Saruni Ocean update
Staying in the Diani neighbourhood, it’s Kaskazi time at Msambweni. The seasonal wind that crosses the Indian Ocean is reaching our beach property Saruni Ocean refreshing this amazing secluded part of the Kenya south coast, near the border with Tanzania. The sea is particularly transparent and sea-weed free, snorkelling and diving are at their best. The cuisine offered at Saruni Ocean is winning praise from guests and local residents alike. The glistening infinity pool awaits…
Alive & Kicking: 'Nashipai' spotted by Saruni Guide
We are delighted that Saruni Samburu’s Head Guide Chris Letur was able to report recently that Nashipai the lioness was alive and well in Samburu National Reserve. As part of the Ewaso Lions Lion Watch programme in which local ‘Lion Watch’ Guides collect important lion data whilst on game drives, Nashipai had not been seen for a while causing some concern.  Photos appearing on the Ewaso Lions Facebook page show she’s clearly doing fine. Well spotted Chris!
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