Palm lined beaches, stunning coral reefs and spectacular marine life encapsulate holidays to the Kenya Coast and islands of spectacular beauty. Mombasa is Kenya's largest coastal city and offers a considerably more relaxed tone than other east African cities - the ideal prelude to beach relaxation. Explore the winding alleyways of Old Town and the historic Fort Jesus, which is now the national museum.
- Dive along the coast to see dolphins and sea turtles
- Stunning beaches with luxury resorts along the coastline
- The exotic, remote and car free Lamu Island (Lamu Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site)
- Mombasa's historic Old Town
- Swahili culture and its influence on the area's architecture
- Warm Indian Ocean
- Excellent big game fishing
Luxury beach resorts sweep along the coastline north and south of Mombasa, with Malindi, Watamu and Diani the best loved offerings. Diani Beach lies just south of Mombasa and embodies Kenya's quintessential beach imagery; the idyllic stretch of palm lined beach is popular for good reason.
Malindi's traditional seaside town aura permeates from a rich history and offers a range of excellent accommodation and sunny restaurants on the seafront. Watamu is an equally desirable option, boasting a surplus of luxury hotels and the stunning Table Bay, perhaps one of Kenya's most inviting beaches. The huge attraction in the area is the Malindi Marine National Reserve; gain the acquaintance of countless species of marine life through snorkelling and diving, sharing the coral reefs with marine turtle and whale shark.
Kenya's Lamu Island is utterly enchanting. As Kenya's oldest living town it has retained all the charm and character built up over centuries. There are no cars so donkeys are the main means of transport. Lamu is a hypnotically exotic experience, made even more enjoyable by the relaxed and welcoming attitudes of the locals. Dhow safaris can take you beyond Lamu into the surrounding archipelago, where isolated villages, ancient ruins and a few luxurious and exclusive resorts lie hidden among the islands of Manda, Siyu, Pate and Kiwayu.
Kenya Safari and Coast Fly-in Holiday
- Cost Per Person
- Cost Per Person: from $7,370 (Includes international flights from JFK)
- Kenya Coast & Islands, Masai Mara, Amboseli & Chyulu Hills
Kenya Safari and Beach Holiday
- Cost Per Person
- Cost Per Person: from $4,170 (Includes international flights from JFK)
- Kenya Coast & Islands, Masai Mara, Nairobi
- Featured Accommodations
AfroChic Diani Beach Client Score: Not yet rated
Found south of Mombasa discover stunning white beaches, 10 luxury rooms, an 18 hole golf course only 3 minutes away and a range of water based activities.
Alfajiri Villas Client Score: Not yet rated
Situated on the beautiful Diani Beach, this collection of 3 exclusive villas are incredibly luxurious and perhaps the best accommodation choice along the East African Coast. Relax, indulge and explore.
Kinondo Kwetu Client Score: Not yet rated
Found on Kenya's beautiful south coast, expect decor with an African flair, 2 swimming pools and various other facilities, well-appointed rooms, horse riding on the beach and the Indian Ocean on your doorstep.
Msambweni Beach House & Private Villas Client Score: Not yet rated
This is a luxury property on the south coast of Kenya that affords a sandy white beach, private accommodation and the chance to see elephant at Shimba Hills.
Hemingways Watamu Client Score: Not yet rated
Relax with golden beaches and clear waters from this comfortable property located on Kenya's Watamu Bay. Enjoy scuba diving, snorkelling and Hemingways icelebrated big game fishing.
The Funzi Keys Client Score: 4.5
Relax with breath-taking barefoot luxury with this island retreat. Stay in traditional stone and thatch cottages and enjoy a number of thrilling water based activities.