The Kenyan Coast

Kenya – a true beach beauty
The Kenyan Coast – for good reasons – is one of the two classic attractions of Kenya. Its popularity is based on spotless white beaches, a constant breeze of the monsoon winds, superb marine life, a multitude of water sporting activities and the charm of the coastal Swahili culture, a blend of African and Oriental cultures.

The Kenyan coast is well known for its white beaches.

The Kenyan coast is well known for its white beaches.

Nature, culture and comfort
Whether you want to dive, go kite surfing, game fishing, dhow sailing, hiking and game viewing or you prefer partying and shopping and just relaxing – you will find all of it at the coast with its good tourism infrastructure and many in-places.
Surrounded by archeological sites, Marine National Parks, dense forests, the Shimba Hills National Park with its elephants and the rare Sable antelope and of course Mombasa, the coastal capital, where most tourists arrive, you are guaranteed an unforgettable holiday.

The Tusks on Mombasa’s Moi Avenue are one of the icons of Kenya’s second biggest city.

Extend your stay
You can easily combine your stay in Turkana Land with a relaxing week by the Indian Ocean.