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Located on an archipelago, mainly accessible by boat, the beach is renowned for its beauty, vibrant and diverse way of life, and its unmistakable sense of tranquility. The environment is an escape zone to a world that is stress free and, in a way, your mind settles into a space of expansion and ultimate peace....
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‘Fantastic, Breathtaking, Amazing, Aqua Madness, Fun at its Best’ are some of the terms used to describe the Magnificent Mombasa Wild Waters. Located on Links Road, Nyali Area, Wild waters has an exhilarating experience like no other…. from thrill rides for adrenaline-junkies to a lazy river for unwinding to Kids Pool and a play station...
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A visit to Kenya is never complete without visiting the iconic Mombasa tusks, which have been in existence for over six decades now. For those who have never been in Mombasa City, you’re probably wondering what Mombasa Tusks are. Well, in simple terms, Mombasa Tusks are the City’s symbol. They are situated on Moi Avenue,...
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Is it really a disappearing town? Well I don’t think so…. Twelve km north of Malindi which equates to a 30-hour drive lies a quiet town that hosts a magnificent and unspoilt natural beach with golden sand, adjacent dunes and more so, a magical atmosphere. Mambrui gained archaeological interest following the discovery of iron slags,...
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Located North East of the Kenya Coast is the adorable Manda Island which is very close to Lamu. The fact that this Island is set apart by the waters around it makes it the best destination for a getaway experience. Additionally, most of the positive reviews have been from couples who rate at 9.7 out...
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One of the most excellent places in Kenya to enjoy your special moment with your loved ones is at Kilifi Beach. It’s the place to let your spirit roam as you take a stroll by the waters. Kilifi Beach is located between Mombasa and Malindi town approximately 56 kilometers north of Mombasa. It is one...
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Situated North of Lamu, within Kiunga Marine National Reserve lies the magnificent and unexploited Kiwayu Island. The paradise has long empty beaches with exquisite snorkeling. Leatherback, loggerhead turtles, green hawksbill, and olive ridley turtles use the area as feeding and nesting site. It is renowned for its long, narrow ridge of sand and baobab trees...
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Lamu is one town that has hosted many visitors such as the Portuguese, Omani Arabs and Turkish businesspersons, but all of them did not change the culture of the people of Lamu. It is a town that’s unique in that their traditions are highly exalted and they are followed by everyone. It was the first...
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If you’re looking for a homestay where you get to enjoy some sand, sea, and sun, then this is the place for you. Kikambala beach is one of the famous beaches in the northern suburbs of Mombasa City in Kenya. It’s the main beach between Vipingo and Mtwapa. It is situated far from the city,...
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Situated South of Bamburi Cement Plant along Mombasa-Malindi Highway, is the magnificent Haller Park commonly known as Haven for Botanist. To many, it’s a shock by just witnessing what was initially limestone quarries transformed into a thriving ecosystem of forest, grasslands, ponds with walking trails and more so, grants a view of protected wildlife such...
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