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The Coast Tours & Vacations

Kenya is a premier destination for beach lovers and remains the preserve of the Swahili people. Beginning in the north, in the idyllic wilderness that is the archipelago of Lamu, the Kenyan coast runs south – filled with wild beaches, sheltered coves, bays, lagoons – into Vasco Da Gama’s first port of call, Malindi town.

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Kenya is a premier destination for beach lovers and remains the preserve of the Swahili people

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The Coast Tours

Kenya is a premier destination for beach lovers and remains the preserve of the Swahili people. Beginning in the north, in the idyllic wilderness that is the archipelago of Lamu, the Kenyan coast runs south – filled with wild beaches, sheltered coves, bays, lagoons – into Vasco Da Gama’s first port of call, Malindi town.

Kenya is a premier destination for beach lovers and remains the preserve of the Swahili people. Beginning in the north, in the idyllic wilderness that is the archipelago of Lamu, the Kenyan coast runs south – filled with wild beaches, sheltered coves, bays, lagoons – into Vasco Da Gama’s first port of call, Malindi town. From here, it slips into Watamu, through the deserted and ancient settlement of Gedi, past Kilifi Creek, and onto the island of Mombasa and the beaches of Tiwi and Diani.

Mombasa is an island. Linked to the mainland by bridge or ferry, it is surrounded by two deep water creeks. Protected along the shore by a reef, the sea itself is warm, safe and teeming with marine life. Freshly caught fish are sold on many of its beaches; there is plenty of chartered and private deep sea fishing to be had; and, for fans of the surf, there are the waves of Malindi Bay.

The trade winds of the Indian Ocean brings forth the beauty that embowers the South Eastern part of Kenya. Beautiful stellar beaches. Wild waters of the Indian Ocean you can play in. A revitalizing sun for that beautiful tan. Come to Kenya and sample the seaside life and also save some time for a visit in the mainland Coast where the cultures of the Coastal communities vibrate.

Regular buses and Matatu services the North Coast Highway. Services are less regular north of Malindi. Taxis can be found in any town, or at most hotels or resorts.

There are Hotels in the park and near the Coast that offer great services and great services to ensure that you not only enjoy but also enable you to have the time of your life as you enjoy and you get to relax and enjoy the scenery with your family and friends.


The gateway to the North Coast is Mombasa, although some visitors fly directly to Malindi. See the Mombasa section for details of how to get to Mombasa. The Coastal highway runs north of Mombasa all the way to Kenya’s northern frontier. Driving your own car or hired car as far as Malindi is very easy. There are regular buses and matatus along the North coast.

Many hotels and resorts in this area have Mombasa shuttles or can arrange vehicle transfers. Private taxis from Mombasa will also take you to the North Coast beaches for an agreed fare. Malindi airport has daily scheduled flights to Mombasa, Nairobi and Lamu. The airport also serves Private Charters. There are scheduled flights to Malindi.

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