Exploring Kenya with Travel Wild Africa

Updated: Dec 29, 2019

Kenya’s Coast

Kenya’s coastline offers white-sand beaches, clear blue waters, and warm weather year-round.

Optional activities available on the coast (typically organized by the hotel):

Sailing, parasailing, kitesurfing, windsurfing, deep sea fishing, laser sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, jet skiing, kayaking, riding on a glass-bottom boat, golf, yoga, massage and spa treatments & much more.

Mombasa North Coast - Closer to the city of Mombasa. More active nightlife. Shorter distance from the airport. South Coast - 1.5 hour drive from the airport. More relaxed and laid-back. A number of large resorts and probably the best beach-front in Kenya.

Lamu Typically more expensive accommodation than Mombasa or Malindi. No vehicles allowed on the island. Almost every hotel includes transfer from the hotel (dhow, then car). World heritage site. Authentic Swahili culture. Very laid-back and slow-paced.

Malindi Very popular with Italian tourists. Great deep sea fishing and a Marine Park for snorkeling and sunbathing. Safaris can be done at nearby Shimba Hills and Tsavo East National Park.

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