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Day Trip to Malindi and Watamu
"Be picked up from your hotel in Mombasa by your guide. You will then be taken to Malindi to view the ancient buildings and attractions namely the Jumaa mosque village homes shops and Palace. You will then be taken to experience the beauty of the Mida creek 12 square miles of Mangrove forests. The creek makes an incredible transition from the coral reefs of the ocean with many wild birds inhabiting there; sandplover egret tern
From $195.00
 
Sea Safari to Watamu Marine Park Beach
"Departure from the hotel at 08:30am to arrive at the dock at 9.00am. Enjoy a sea safari to discover the wonders of the Indian Ocean on a comfortable glass bottom boat ride in the crystal clear waters of Mayungu an area between the coast and the first Kenyan coral reef. Thanks to the phenomenon of the tides there are many white sand stretches. The boat will then sail to the marine park for snorkeling where you will be able to see all the variety of colorful fish. Watamu Marine National Park established in 1968 is home to coral gardens and over 600 species of fish and other sea creatures which makes it a wonderful place for snorkelling. For those who do not want to get into the water you can observe the fish from the boat through the bottom of the glass.At shrimp fish
From EUR70.00
 
Mida Creek Mangrove Forest Glass-Bottom Boat Safari Through Watamu Marine National Park
"Departure from the hotel at 08.30 am and transfer in the direction of the beach of Watamu Marine Park. With this tour you will navigate the beautiful waters of the Indian Ocean and Watamu Marine National Park which is home to coral gardens and over 600 species of fish and other sea creatures which makes it a wonderful place for snorkeling.For those who did not want to get into the water you can you can observe the fish from the boat through the bottom of the glass. If you are lucky you might spot dolphins and sea turtles on your way there. After snorkeling you will embark and cruise to the discovery of Mida Creek a protected area by the Government of Kenya natural reserve thanks to its ecosystem unique in the its kind: areas of pure white sand unique landscapes
From EUR65.00

More Local Customs in Malindi

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The street is my shop

Kenyans love to trade, selling everything whats possible and impossible to sell. Some of them will bring their shops right in front of your doorstep, if you give them the address. Most of them sell...
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Not many Kenyans knows to swimm

It was bright sunny day and pretty much hot but still, something was wrong and I couldn't get what it was. Than I realized, not many people were on the beach and almost nobody in the water. OK, the...
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Malindi kids

As a first I need to say this, hope that this pictures will never be abused or misused by those sick individual known as pedophils. It is the main reason why I have hesitate so long to expose this...
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Market place

Market place is artery of every small place in Kenya and so it is in Malindi too. I like to stroll around of the markets, wherever I am going, but it is in particularly interesting place to visit when...
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School kids playing

This was my first encounter with the Kenyan school kids and it happened right at Gedi. I can't say who was more inquisitive regarding each other but it was mutual. All kids wearing school uniforms...
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Gedi - village

I was in particularly fascinated with this village boyz, their instruments look almost primitive and very simple and yet, they performed a very good music. The rhytm section was just perfect and am...
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Gedi - village

I am not quite sure wheter this tribe belongs to Giriamas or Teitas, both of them are pretty small communities situated in the southern part of Kenya nearby the ocean. Teitas are known for their women...
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Gedi - village

The village is very small, no more than 15 or so huts and looks poor, however, the people there is relaxed, friendly and full of joy. There are so many kids in the village and all of them are very...
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Gedi - village

There is a small village, right next to the Gedi museum, absolutely a must see. We had to negotiate the price of visiting first and finally agreed to pay 300 shs each, which included traditional...
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the art of recycling

Kenyan people at great at recycling things and making use of them. My fondest memory in this sense is these two men playing "dama", or whatever way they call it locally or in English, at a local...
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Watamu 10 Mombasa, PO Box 457, Malindi, Kenya
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"Malindi Coast"
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"another corner of paradise"
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"Malindi - Gedi"
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"Malindi & surrounds"
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"Turtle Bay"
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