Indian Ocean & Coast

The coastline North of Mombasa is a world of enthralling history and national beauty. the beaches are broken by the wide mouth of kilifi creek. The beaches of Nyali, Vipingo, Kikambala and Chanzu are home to a wide range of world class resorts .

 

 

The coastline south of Mombasa is a tropical paradise of palm fringed white sand beaches,where the turquoise waters of the indian ocean most beautiful coral reefs. Days are filled with sunshine and nights are balmy and warm with gentle sea breezes.

 

By the 14th century Malindi was an important Swahili settlement and it became one of the few places on the east coast to welcome the Portuguese. Today you can still see the stone cross erected by Vasco da Gama in January 1499 and the small Portuguese church nearby.

 

 

“The island that time forgot” The most serene holiday Lamu Flying package, Lamu Holiday. The move of the Oman Sultan from Lamu to further off shore Zanzibar left Lamu dormant in a time warp for three hundred years. There is only one car on the island and the narrow streets of the old town are very much as they were. In Lamu you find a vibrant society in a lovemarriage with its traditions: Lamu people are dubious about the merits of what we would term "Progress".