Malindi Kenya

Malindi Kenya is situated about 120 km north of Mombasa it is the second largest coastal town of Kenya with two townships of Malindi and Watamu.

These two can be accessed by road and air .The highway is well maintained, good condition and safe.

They have the best white sandy beaches.


Gede Ruins

Barely 16 kilometers prior to arriving Malindi Kenya,we have the lost city of Gede a 13th century ruin in the heart of a dense forest where can be found the best remains of an Arab town on the coast, a settlement covering over 45 acres.Gede indigenous forest is home to a variety of flora and fauna.

Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve

Arabuko Sokoke is nestled besides Watamu and Malindi parks .It is the largest tract of indigenous coastal forest remaining in East Africa, with an area of 417sq km and stretches to the headwaters of Sabaki River. There are rare varieties of birds, butterflies, monkeys which are well represented.

Marine Park

The park is equipped with beautiful resources such as mangroves, marine mammals ,reefs, coral gardens in the lagoons turtles ,shorebirds just to mention but a few.Visit the Marine Park underwater by glass-bottomed boat to experience spectacular coral gardens, myriad and multi-coloured fish and seashells.

Vasco Da Gama Pillar

It was founded in the 10th century, the Portuguese navigator vasco da gama landed here in 1498 and erected the Vasco da gama pillar. The pillar marks the last point stop in Africa before Vasco Da Gama Sailed across to India in 1498.

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