Malindi

Malindi

Malindi is at the axis of idyllic tropical beaches giving visitors a range of relaxing hideaways. To the south of it is Watamu the sleepy village featuring wide white beaches. Malindi is a port town prominent for its architecture, fresh seafood, sunny weather, laid-back atmosphere, and pristine beaches. This is a tranquil haven and has lots of places of attraction and things to do.

Places of attraction

Gedi Ruins

This is one of the great mysteries in Kenya. It is on the Indian Ocean on an idyllic location. It is buried deep in the forest and the town is founded in the early 13th century. There is evidence that it is a well-established town showing incredible development.

Bio Ken Snake Park

This is a research center dealing with snakes and other reptiles. It takes hardly 5 minutes to reach from Watamu hotels. It has the largest snake’s collection and is located outside at 35 minutes’ drive. Malindi allows seeing some slithery creatures.

Kipepeo project

Kipepeo markets mouth pupae and butterfly, besides other lives insects silk cloth and honey, produced. The live insects are hatched and exported or displayed globally in the insect parks. The nature-based products with the Kipepeo project coordinates, sales, production and ascertains the monitoring and training the insects are done by raising it on-farm as a sustainable manner. You can check to make some naturally made goodies purchase.

The Falcony

This destination is about collecting birds and the tourists will see a variety of bird species open withing the park. The birds include Owls, Eagles, Pecker and Falcons. Adventurous tourists can have an amazing experience. In the Falcony, there is a fascinating animal, a 200 years old large tortoise. It is huge and is fed bananas by tourists. There is a snake chamber and Falcony parades a variety of snakes such as Cobra, Python, Green Mamba, and others.

There are many more places worth visiting such as the Takwa ruins, Vasco da Gama’s pillar, Sawa Sawa dhow excursions, The Portuguese Church, and West National Parks.

Things to do

How to access

Best time to visit

The months of August and September are the best months to travel as they are the dry months. To be precise about the best month it is good to visit even between Mid-November to Mid-April and again Mid-August to Mid-October.

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1 Day (Half Day) Hiking Trail for 6 Hours
fixed Rate USD
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1 Day (Half Day) Carnivore Feeding Tour
fixed Rate 100.00 USD
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1 Day Cheetah Feeding & Wildlife Game Drive
fixed Rate 100.00 USD
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1 Day (Half Day) San Tribe Cultural Tour
fixed Rate 90.00 USD
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1 Day (Half Day) Okapuka Game Range Drive
fixed Rate 75.00 USD
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2 DAY SOSSUSVLEI SAFARI TOUR NAMIBIA
custom Rate 260.00 USD
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2 DAYS ETOSHA WILDLIFE SAFARI NAMIBIA
fixed Rate 250.00 USD
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2 DAYS SPITZKOPPE HIKING TOUR
fixed Rate 260.00 USD
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2 DAYS SWAKOPMUND ACTIVITY TOUR NAMIBIA
fixed Rate 270.00 USD
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2 DAYS SWAKOPMUND ACTIVITY TOUR (Accommodated/Lodging)
fixed Rate 320.00 USD
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2 DAY SAN TRIBE CULTURAL TOUR (Camping)
fixed Rate 250.00 USD
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2 DAY SOSSUSVLEI SAFARI TOUR (Camping)
fixed Rate 300.00 USD
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