MALINDI AND WATAMU HOTELS
Malindi, on the East Coast
of Africa, is one of the oldest cities on the
The most popular spot in Malindi
Marine National Park, one of it’s kind in Africa
The Park lies about 2kms offshore and is
reachable by glass- bottomed boats. The park
abounds with beautiful and diverse marine life.
Other places of interest include the Vasco da
Gama Pillar erected in 1498 as a navigational
aid and the Malindi crocodile Farm and Snake
Park. A short distance north of Malindi at
Mamburi is large saltpans, which produce salt
for both domestic and export markets.
what draws tourists to this small town more than
anything else is the ‘holiday air’ that blows
about the place. The tranquility of the township
and the merry atmosphere facilitates complete
relaxation. About 24kms south of Malindi is
Watamu Beach holiday resort with its own marine
National Park established for the preservation
of coral reef resources. The coral reefs here
are of exquisite beauty .A short distances from
Watamu are the famous Gedi ruins, one of the
principal historical monuments on the coast.
Near the Gedi ruins is the Kipepo Butterfly Farm
where many species of butterfly are collected
Malindi Key Hotel
The Lamu archipelago is 30 minutes
flight from Malindi. Access to Lamu Island is
only possible by boat. The town is linked to the
mainland and to the three other small islands of
Kiwayu, Manda and Kiunga by waterways. Air
travelers land at the airstrip on the Manda
Island and the proceed by boat to lamu. Lamu is
a unique town. It has magnificent old houses and
street that are too narrow and winding to
accommodate motorized transport. Consequently
donkeys are the only mode of transportation!
There is a thriving Swahili culture in Lamu that
has defied the passage of time and architecture
that resists change. You do not need watch here.
Nothing happens in a hurry in Lamu! It is one of
the most interesting tourist destinations
National Park and Mombasa Tours From Nairobi
Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary, a private
wildlife conservancy of 28,000 acres at the foot
of the Taita Hills bordering Tsavo West National
Park, one of the world's largest game reserves.
The Sanctuary is a success story in sustainable
conservation where wildlife - including
elephant, lion, buffalo and giraffe - thrive.
Day 1: Leave Nairobi early in
the morning to arrive Sarova Taita for lunch.
Evening Game drive before dinner and overnight
stay at Sarova Taita Game Lodge.
Day 2: Spend the morning
swimming and relaxing then after lunch proceed
to Sarova Saltlick where you check in. Leave for
evening game drive before coming back to freshen
up for candlelit dinner overlooking the
Day 3: After breakfast leave to
Malindi key hotel. Check in then Spend the rest
of the afternoon relaxing before diner and
overnight stay at malindi key guest hotel
full day safari blue to Wasini island to hunt
for the dolphins and visit kisite marine park.
Transfer to the dhow "Nawalikher", meaning
Gateway to Heaven. Sail gently down the Mombasa
creek while you sip cocktails and your tour
leader points out places of interest and recalls
anecdotes of the East Africa coast's colorful
past. An excellent four course dinner with a
choice of seafood or a meat course is the
highlight of the evening. Return to the hotel
late afternoon for your overnight stay.
Day 5: to Day 8 spend at the beach of
Day 9: After breakfast enjoy
the beach and pool then check out at noon then
embark on journey back to Nairobi. You will
arrive in the Evening. Alternatively you can fly
out from Mombasa at Moi international air port.
1. Transport in 8 seater luxury open roof
tour-vans or luxury safari shuttle.
2. 2 nights' accommodation in Sarova Taita and
Saltlick on full board.
3. All nights accommodation in Malindi Beach
Resort on Half Board
4. Meals on full board in Tsavo and half board
5. Comprehensive game drives in Taita Game
6. Services of professional tour guide driver
7. Full day Sea Excursion in Diani Beach
1. Park entry fees at Taita Sanctuary
is $40 per night
2. Park entry fees 100/- Kisite Marine.
3. Drinks and tips for waiters, porters and
4. Lunch at Wasini & last day
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