Leopard in Manyara

Leopard in Manyara

Leopard in Manyara National Park where the tree climbing Lions are also found. More »

Serengeti Great Wildebeest Migration

Serengeti Great Wildebeest Migration

The most famous National Park or Destination, best known for its Great Wildebeest Migration. Wildebeests, Zebras and other animals make a massive move... More »

Kilimanjaro Mountain

Kilimanjaro Mountain

One of the Recommended Hiking Destinations you wo\\\'t like to miss while in Tanzania, consider climbing Kilimanjaro and will assist you to reach the peak... More »

Gorilla Trekking Tours in Rwanda

Gorilla Trekking Tours in Rwanda

Manyara Travel will take you to the wilderness of the deep forests of Virunga mountains where you will come into the eyes of the Mountain Gorillas; some rare species that can only be traced in the corridors of Rwanda Congo and Uganda. More »

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

The spectacular view of Victoria Falls in Zambia. More »

 

The Kenya Coast

kenya-safari-costThe Indian Ocean Coastline of Kenya has some beautiful beaches and some good quality hotels. Manyara Travel can arrange stays at a number of selected hotels at one of Kenya’s Beach Resorts in conjunction with a Safari:

Lamu Island

Lamu is a small island off the north-east coast of Kenya. The waterfront Swahili town of Lamu is made up of historic Arabic-style buildings and narrow bustling streets. There are no cars on the island and Lamu is untouched by mass tourism. The choice of hotels includes Kijani House which is a small attractive hotel situated on the Shela Channel, Peponi Hotel, a family run hotel with sea views. There are private holiday homes, The Shela Houses and also secluded chalets available at Kipungani Explorer. Beach hotels on Manda Island include Diamond Beach Village, Manda Bay and The Majlis.

Watamu Bay

Watamu is located north of Mombasa, near Malindi. This is one of Kenya’s finest beaches and the site of a Marine National Park offering excellent snorkelling and scuba diving. The nearby Arabuku Sokoke forest is a bird watchers paradise and the extensive inland Mida Creek hosts a wide variety of splendid birdlife. Within Watamu Marine National Park is the Hemingways Resort, a 78 bed hotel. On the outskirts of Watamu Marine National Park is the Turtle Bay Beach Club, which is Kenya’s first all-inclusive beach resort.

Mombasa North

The beaches just north of Mombasa are popular with overseas visitors to Kenya wanting a tropical beach holiday. The North Coast is linked by a road bridge to Mombasa town and offers a variety of activities, restaurants and nightlife. With many hotels to choose from our recommended hotels are Voyager Beach Resort situated on Nyali Beach and Mombasa Serena at Shanzu.

Mombasa South

Just south of Mombasa is the famous Diani beach, one of the most renowned on the East African Coast, with its long, soft, white sand making it a tropical paradise. There is also an offshore reef which is ideal for snorkelling and as this also keeps the waves low it is an ideal beach for paddling and swimming. There are many exclusive hotels situated on the beach: Afrochic, a boutique hotel, Asha Cottages a seafront property with 5 exclusive guest rooms, Msambweni Beach House a family owned beach property, Leopard Beach and Sands at Nomad both with spas, Alfajiri Villas and Southern Palms situated on the beach and Tijara Beach which has its own private beach. The more remote and quieter Galu Beach is a few miles south of Diani and Pinewood Village provides excellent accommodation and activities. On Funzi Island, an unspoilt island off the coast is Funzi Keys and on Chale Island is Sands at Chale.

 

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