Featuring air conditioning, Baobab Village offers accommodations in Watamu. Watamu National Marine Park is 6.2 mi from the property.
All units feature a TV. Some units have a seating area and/or patio. There is also a dining area and a kitchen fitted with an oven and toaster. A refrigerator and coffee machine are also available. There is a private bathroom with a bath or shower and bidet in each unit. Towels are provided.
Located a 5-minute walk from Turtle Bay Beach, Bianca and Pietro House has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, a garden and a 24-hour front desk for your convenience.
Each of the units consists of a living room, a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area, and a private bathroom with bidet and shower. Some units are air-conditioned and include a patio and/or a balcony, as well as a seating area.
A grill and a terrace are available for guests at the villa to use.
Turtle Bay Beach Club is located in Watamu, 3.7 mi from Watamu National Marine Park and features free bikes. The property is located 1.3 mi from Bio-Ken Snake Farm. Guests can make use of a tennis court.
Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Each room is fitted with a private bathroom and a shower, and certain rooms have a terrace. All units at Turtle Bay Beach Club have air conditioning and a desk.
Nestled between the Giriama village of Fumbini and the beautiful emerald waters of Kilifi Creek, Distant Relatives Ecolodge & Backpackers is both a message of optimism and an experimental model of environmentally and socially conscious living. Adventurers from around the world gather here to share tales of the road, mingle with the local community, and enjoy the some of the most beautiful ocean views and sunsets that Kenya has to offer. In just one hour’s drive from either Mombasa or Malindi you could be joining us for reef snorkeling trips, moonlit dhow sailing, village walks, beach bonfires, wild cliff adventures, and various live music events.
Mnarani Ruins in Kilifi is a favorite attraction site for its thick baobab trees, two remnants of mosques and a number of tombs.More alluring about the place is that hundreds of people/ believers around the world travel to the site to pray and offer sacrifices to God since the tombs, mosque and baobab trees are believed to be holy.
Some of the massive baobab trees here are said to be about 800 years old. The site was first occupied in the early 14th century, but the first place of worship, the Great Mosque, was not built until around AD1425. Reconstruction of the mosque was done in the 15th century after the collapse of the earlier building.
Interestingly, the inscriptions on the tombs and the mosques here are written in Persian language, suggesting that the early settlers in Mnarani were Persians from Oman.
Mnarani ruins is located in Kilifi District, Coast province. It overlooks Kilifi creek from the southern side, some 200 meters from the Mombasa – Malindi road. The ruins consisting of two Mosques and a group of tombs. It falls within Grid Reference 936 970 on Map Sheet 198/2.