Looking for wonderful beaches to relax and enjoy the warm waters? Then Malindi and Watamu have some of the best beaches in the world. Here is an article about all of the beaches in Malindi. However, Malindi is made of more than just beaches. Actually, there are so many things to do in Malindi as well as places to visit while in Malindi. Here are some of the places you can visit:
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Yes, going out to buy fish is amazing. Being served grilled fish somewhere off the hustle and bustle of the town is far much better. But, have you ever thought of actually going to get the fish yourself? Well, not technically fishing, but going to shores and seeing how beautiful women surround it with buckets waiting to see what the seas have brought in!
2. Ocean Beach Resort spa
It’s always a good thing to always unwind after a long day or trip.
Winner of Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards for 2014 and rated number 1 in Kenya for luxury hotels and Number 9 in all of Africa, Ocean Beach Resort Spa is the perfect place to get that sauna bath and hot rocks!
3. Mida creek.
Indulge yourself in a canoe trip in one of Watamu‘s greatest treasurers stretching inland from the sea into the Arabuko Sokoke.
The tidal inlet is home to birds, turtles, different species of fish, and mangroves. In fact, Mida Creek is one of the most productive mangrove ecosystems in the world.
It’s also a recognized bird area by UNESCO!
4. White Elephant
Art Lovers this is for you. Are you a lover of art and sun-basking? Then Armando Tanzini’s Masterpiece is the place for you.
Full of abstract art & interesting pieces he displays freely his artistic work right inside his restaurant & hotel. Beautiful ain’t it, check it out, eat a pizza & view the sunset
5. Alaskan Grounds
Are you a fan of thrift shopping? Are you tired of not having clothes to wear all the time, well, When Alaskan is not hosting the Coconut Festival, it is displaying an amazing collection of thrift merchandise.
6. Falconry of Kenya.
Please, step out and go interact with some birds. The falconry of Kenya is a private zoo that contains large birds and reptiles.
You can get to interact with these birds to the extent of holding them. Better than watching NatGeo all day!