Malindi Excursions and Short Tours
Discover the huge variety of marine life in Africa’s first marine park,
Watamu National Marine Park. We offer the only guided snorkel trip - Includes;
guide, glass-bottom boat, mask and snorkel, marine park fees.
Tour to Hell Kitchen in Malindi
Experience Kenya’s own Grand Canyon! After a scenic drive through Malindi, over
the Sabaki River Bridge and through rural villages, enjoy the views of this
naturally eroded landscape. Descend into the “Kitchen” with a local guide who
will point out strange features carved by wind and rain; a map of Africa, a
rhino head and a sacred worship site.
Mombasa city Tours
Explore the Old Swahili Town of Mombasa. Visit the 16th Century Fort Jesus,
much fought over by the Portuguese and Arabs, followed by town drive to the
Mombasa Tusks and old harbour. Visit the famous Bamburi Nature Trail. This
amazing habitat has been restored from a cement factory and is now home to
giraffes, hippos, waterbuck and other wildlife! Finish off at Bombolulu Workshop
for crafts made by the physically handicapped. Optional seafood lunch at the
Tamarind Restaurant overlooking Mombasa and Nyali Creek.
Tour to Mida Creek Mangrove Forest and Bird Watching Excursions
Experience the mangroves of Mida from a completely new angle – from tree
canopy level! An exciting suspended walkway leads you 260 metres through a
progression of mangrove species. A qualified Mida Creek Guide will highlight the
natural history of the mangroves and the creek. The Bird Hide offers expansive
views across the creek and at certain high tides a stunning view of hundreds of
Dolphin watching Excursions in Watamu Marine Park - Take a boat out with the
local boat owner’s organisation out beyond the reef to look for dolphins. Pro
Excursion to Gede Ruins with Tour of the Kipepeo Project
The town of Gede was curiously abandoned hundreds of years ago. The reason for
this sudden departure is shrouded in mystery…These extensive ruins and on-site
museum provide a fascinating glimpse of life in an African-Arab town hundreds of
The nearby Kipepeo Butterfly Project gives an insight into the rare wildlife of
Arabuko-Sokoke Forest and the lives of local butterfly farmers.
Big Game/Deep Sea Fishing
Within the confines of the Marine Reserve will be seen a number of quality
game-fish boats, experienced and knowledgeable captains and well-trained crews.
Aboard your big game fishing boat will be tackle for use, ranging from bait rods
and reels to the really heavy gear. Visiting anglers who wish to try fly-fishing
for the bigger species are advised to bring their own deep sea/big game fishing
Leave the hotel beach and after a short walk will find the captain on the sands
by Ocean Sports where a boat will ready to take the party to the game vessel.
Discuss with the captain as to the preferences for species and personal fishing
experience. This is invaluable when it comes to striking and hooking.
Fishes encountered include Black, Blue and Striped Marlin, Sailfish, Broadbill,
Tiger, Hammerhead and Bull Sharks, Wahoo, Kingfish, Greater Trevally, Cobia,
Yellowfin Tuna, Dorado, Grouper, Red, Ruby and other Snappers along with many
other smaller species.