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Kenya Coast

Dhow on perfect azure seas
Lewa Landscape, Sirikoi Camp Far reaching views across Samburu Sunset over Lake Naivasha Dhow on perfect azure seas Elephant in front of Mount Kilimanjaro Game drive in Meru Horse riding through the majestic Mathews Mountains Mara Dawn, Il Moran Camp Nairobi National Park Game drives in Chyulu Hills Tsavo landscape

The palm fringed white sandy beaches of Kenya’s picturesque coastline with exotic coral reefs, secluded islands, sacred forests, unspoilt bays and breathtaking white sand beaches provide an idyllic tropical paradise and perfect destination for an exclusive beach holiday.

Whether you are looking to explore the ancient heritage of Lamu town, Stand-up paddle board on the crystal clear warm waters of the Indian Ocean watching dolphins swim beneath you or scuba dive on a colourful coral reef – the Kenyan coast is an unparalleled holiday destination for families or couples, groups or single travellers, young or old.

The East African coast has a shallow shelf stretching out to a coral reef. At low tide the coral rock pools provide a view in to fascinating marine life; crabs, shells, eels, starfish, sea urchins and fish nursery pools. At high tide, the warm sheltered waters are ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

Kenya Coast map

● Mombasa is Africa’s oldest harbour city and home to the 16th century Portuguese fort, Fort Jesus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

● Founded in 1370, Lamu Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that has remained relatively unchanged for over 400 years – an original Swahili coastal settlement

● Diani Beach voted 7th best beach in Africa by TripAdvisor 2017

● Scuba Diving

● Snorkelling

● Deep Sea Fishing

● Boat Excursions, Sailing

● Skydiving

● Surfing

● Kitesurfing

● Windsurfing

● Kayaking

● Stand Up Paddle Boarding

● Canoeing

● Water Skiing

● Dolphin Watching

● Whale Watching

● Horse Riding

● Cultural Community Visits

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