Here are your top attractions and activities to do in Malindi and Watamu Beach areas
Watamu Marine Park & Sudi Island Excursion
Imagine a marine park offering brilliant lagoons fringed with bright coral reefs, drawing in hundreds of fish, manta rays, and sea turtles. This is the paradise of Watamu Marine National Park, one of Kenya’s finest aquatic habitats and a haven for divers, snorkelers and sea lovers. In this protected marine setting, you can also enjoy a series of diamond white sand beaches, said to be amongst the ten best in the world.
Malindi Marine National Parks
An explosion of undersea color – the fish and the coral here will compete for your attention with their dazzling hues. Africa’s first marine park is a treasure of fringing reefs, coral gardens, lagoons, seagrass, and every sort of sea life – turtles, dolphins, fish, and shorebirds.
Malindi City Tour & Cheshale Golden Beach
Discover gold at the seaside town of Malindi – its beaches glisten with an effervescent sparkle and its history is a golden past of discovery, adventure, and mysterious abandoned cities. The renowned explorer, Vasco de Gama left his mark here in 1498 on his search for a route to India. In Malindi, you can explore the town’s colorful winding streets and nearby, find ancient mosques, tombs, and a deserted king’s palace.
Bio-Ken Snake Farm & Laboratory
The black spitting cobra. The horned viper. The puff adder. And the black mamba. These are just a few of the more than 200 snakes you’ll discover at the Bio-Ken Snake Farm, the largest collection of snakes in East Africa. Known throughout the world, Bio-Ken has captivated visitors for over 30 years with its extensive collection of Africa’s deadliest snakes. Here you’ll find the plain-looking but deadly twig snake for whose bite there is no cure.
Watamu Turtle Watch
Who doesn’t love the sight of glorious sea turtles swimming about, coming ashore to nest, their tiny hatchlings scurrying back out to sea to begin the cycle anew? This was a common site on Kenya’s coast but then human intrusion – poaching and accidents threatened the beloved turtles.
The local Watamu residents were alarmed at this loss and jumped to the rescue forming patrols of the turtles’ beach nests, ensuring they were left unbothered. It was a first step toward the turtles’ survival.
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