What to do in Malindi
Malindi is a town located on the Indian Ocean 120km North of Mombasa and 15km from Watamu.
Malindi is one of the most charming and sophisticated town’s on Kenya’s coast and boasts several worthwhile sights, its own marine national park and some fantastic stretches of beach.
Despite being beloved by Italians – many of whom have settled here – Malindi is far more than just another European holiday resort and is in fact a melting pot of local cultures with a rich and fascinating history. Wander through the alleys of the atmospheric old town, stop for fresh oysters beside the Indian Ocean, or take a plunge into the crystal-clear waters of the national park and you’ll discover for yourself that Malindi is quite the charmer.
Malindi offers quite a number of water sport activities like snorkelling,kite surfing and fishing.If you love Italian cuisine then Malindi offers you that quite a number do restaurants on the beach and in the town centre.
Malindi is also well know for its thriving night like if your looking to escape for a weekend with friends then we have quite a number of Discos that offer entertainment and beach parties.A casino for those who live gambling and good bars to enjoy a happy hour with friends and family.
7km from Watamu guests can enjoy a day trip to Watamu Turtle Conservation and also a safari in the Arabuko forest. Marafa which is 10km from Malindi is the perfect place to catch a sunset with a loved one as you relax and Tsavo is roughly a 3 hours drive for malindi hence guests can enjoy a game drive and then come relax at the beach.
Malindi tourist market has a lot of artefacts and guests can also enjoy a day trip to the Old malindi town.
Malindi is a year round destination. The coolest months are June and October with temperatures of 26 celsius and can soar over 39 degrees in the hot season.
During April and May (“long rains”), November (“short rains”), comes in short sharp showed in the morning followed by sunshine