Heart of Kilifi
Kilifi hosts a vibrant, active and a bevy of cultures and religions.
The county is home to the Mijikenda, Swahili, Bajuni, Indians, Arabs and European settlers who coexist peacefully. Kilifi is a culinary art paradise and plays residence to many vibrant festivals.
It’s no marvel that in Kilifi we tend to love celebrating and socialization. Kilifi as an administrative centre, is made up of seven constituencies: Kilifi North, Kilifi South, Kaloleni, Rabai, Ganze, Malindi and Magarini.
The county is about 420km south-east of Nairobi and 60km north of Mombasa town. With an area of 12,609.74 square kilometers, Kilifi shares it borders with four other counties; Mombasa and Kwale to the south, Tana River to the north, and Taita Taveta to the west.