The Kenyan Coast

Kenya – a true beach beauty

The Kenyan coast is one of the two classic attractions of Kenya for very good reasons. Its popularity amongst international and domestic tourists 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 which is blending African and Oriental influences.

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 do scuba diving, go kite surfing, game fishing, dhow sailing, hiking or game viewing, whether you prefer partying, shopping and just relaxing – you will find it all at the Kenyan coast with its excellent tourism infrastructure and numerous in-places. The Shimba Hills National Park with its elephants and the rare Sable antelope as well as Mombasa, the coastal capital where most tourists arrive, make up for worthwhile day excursions.
Surrounded by impressive archeological sites, colorful coral reefs and dense tropical forests, 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 relaxing holidays by the Indian Ocean with an adventurous stay in Turkana Land, as there are many domestic flights connecting the coast with Turkana’s capital Lodwar through Nairobi.