The Kenyan coast is well-known for its exotic beauty. The expansive skyline meets the Indian Ocean to create picturesque beaches with shores covered splendidly with white sand. The marine life also provides a spectacle owing to the diversity of existing species. The beaches stretch for a distance of approximately 536 km dividing the Kenyan Coast into the North and South.

Sarova Whitesand
Set over 23 acres of naturally landscaped greens with lily ponds, five free form swimming pools. Resort has a unique ambience suited for an ultimate leisure retreat. Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa is situated north of Mombasa town on one of East Africa's most stunning white sand beaches leading into the protected Mombasa Marine Park.

Severin Sea Lodge
Severin Sea Lodge has been designed in a traditional African style with attention to detail: The round bungalows, the main building and the two swimming pools are harmoniously located within a vast grove of palms. Our rooms and suites are equipped with handmade wooden furniture and designed in a classic natural style. In our restaurants, amongst them the award-winning Imani Dhow, culinary highlights for every taste are waiting for you. Friendly and cordial services personify our hotel staff.

Hemingways Watamu
This Indian Ocean beach resort is everyone’s favourite, it’s located - right in the middle of the pristine white sand beach of Watamu; perhaps it’s the big game fishing - one of the top destinations in the world for this sport; or maybe it’s the fantastic personal service and sincere charm of this established hotel that has come to represent Kenyan coastal luxury to so many families and couples over the years.

Nyali Beach International Hotel
The hotel is an architectural marvel and brings colonial past and glory of Kenya. Offering panoramic view of Indian Ocean, the hotel is a gracious landmark of the Mombasa, showcasing graceful arches, tiled roof lush green vast lawns and wood work.

Voyager Beach Resort
The Voyager is a vibrant, ship-themed resort famous for hosting some of Africa’s finest family entertainments and animation programmes, including unique themed journeys across the seven seas, culinary extravaganzas, and special music, fashion, comedy and acrobatic shows.

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