The truly lovely thing about Serena Beach is the layout. You are taken back in time to a Swahili Village as this is what the hotel is modelled on, the town of Lamu. Winding pathways through lush gardens connect the ...
This morning I awoke to the sound of the waves crashing against the shore. Opening my door I saw the view that had been shrouded in darkness last night - and what a view! My deck literally sat on the beach.
We arrived into Nampula from Joburg, 2 and a half hours saw us go from 5 degrees at 11:30am to 27 degrees at 2:30pm. Arriving into Nampula with the insulbergs in the distance, you were keenly aware that you were entering into relatively virgin territory as far as international tourism was concerned.
Ethos Marketing went out on the road last week with Tish from Rani Resorts. The week culminated with a number of events; a press lunch, a consumer event with Symphony World Travel and a trade event at the Mozambique High Commission.
In the last of our My Serena series I asked Alison if she had a favourite Serena Hotel and here's what she had to say: I don’t really have a favourite Serena – one should never have favourites …. others might get jealous!
Back down from the mountain slopes, crossing the equator and into the Great Rift Valley to the most recent addition to Serena’s portfolio - Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp – somewhere where even seasoned Operators, used to seeing stunning properties, were to be truly impressed.
Following my recent blog about my favourite Serena I asked my colleague Amanda the same question and this is what she had to say:
Having been lucky enough to visit several Serena properties in Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda someone asked me to write a blog about why you should choose Serena.