Resting in the magnificent Great Rift Valley and presided over by the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Kenya is characterised by hauntingly beautiful natural landscapes of forested hills, patchwork farms, wooded savanna and vast forests brimming with an extraordinary abundance of wildlife. The nation’s diverse range of traditional African cultures is influenced by over 70 unique ethnic groups from the Maasai, Samburu, Kikuyu, and Turkana tribes to the Arabs and Indians that settled on the coast. Add to this: an exquisite tropical coastline fringed with breathtaking golden sand beaches; gorgeous coral gardens providing excellent snorkeling and diving opportunities; and a slew of lively beach resorts, and it is easy to see why so many visitors flock here from around the world to experience a truly unique African adventure in one of the world’s most pristine safari destinations.

Malindi Beach

Days 1 - 2

Situated along Kenya's picturesque coastline, Malindi is comprised of a strip of idyllic tropical beaches. These vast stretches of white, sandy, palm-dotted beaches attract people from all over the world. It provides an excellent stopover for travellers on their way to the magnificent islands of the Lamu Archipelago. However, Malindi itself is definitely worth a visit, boasting clear blue skies meeting azure waters fringed by white-sand beaches; it is the perfect destination for those looking for a blend of adventure and relaxation. There are a range of places to stay ranging from large resorts to quiet relaxing hideaways. Popular activities include: deep-sea fishing, snorkelling, water skiing, swimming, as well as local village visits. Don’t miss the nearby Malindi Marine Park offering spectacular coral reefs full of tropical fish.


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