Malaika Beach Villas - Resort in Watamu, Kenya

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Around Malaika there are a lot of activities and excursions to choose from.
We made a list for so you can choose which one is better and more exciting for you.
We’re happy to give some advice during your stay to create the right plan to make your vacation unique and unforgettable!.

If you want to explore Kenya’s nature the right excursion for you would be of course Safari Tsavo Est, a special adventure in the Savannah, animals natural environment. Once you get there, you will admire some of the typical animals.
Want to relive ancient history? On that purpose Arabuko Forest and Gede Ruins will be the right place for you! During your visit you will meet the monkey that lives there.
Have you ever dreamed about Canyon? Just at 30 km away from Malindi you will find Marafa Canyon stunning landscape! You will be amazed by the beautiful colors tone.
If you prefer sea landscape we have different kind of excursion made for you!
Thanks to Blue Safari, you wont miss the chance to see the beautiful african waters full of unique fishes. If you are a snorkeling and diving lover, this is the right choice!
Have you ever seen a golden beach? If the answer is no and you really want to see it, you should definitely plan a day at Golden beach where you can relax in the uncontaminated nature.
A small cruise through the mangroves will be the better way to explore the beauty of Mida Creek Watamu. Last but not least we suggest an excursion to Robinson Island. Just 40 minutes away from Malindi will shows you some particular animals such as pink flamingos and ibis herons.





Reconnect to the wilderness is a once in a life opportunity!
Immerse yourself in the African nature and capture the uniqueness of these colour.

Safari Tsavo Est Savannah

Tsavo National Park, Kenya’s largest wildlife reserve, is 90 minutes from Malaika Beach Villas. We suggest at least one overnight stay to give you the best chance of seeing animals, and we have close relationships with several of the best camps in the best locations.

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Gede Ruins & Arabuko Forest

Gede ruins, wrapped today in lush vegetation, are colonized by monkeys, tell of a beautiful city mysteriously abandoned. Gede is also called the “ghost town”. The local tradition beliefs make this place magical and at the same time feared, the local tribes speak of spirits who watch the ancient forest in which the remains of Gede.

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Golden Beach

The golden beach is a large stretch of golden sand in the wild nature situated at only 2km north of Malindi.

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Mida Creek Watamu

Mida Creek is a broadwater tidal creek surrounded by extensive mangroves and lined with palms. It’s better to explore Mida by boat, on a cruise through the creek while the sun goes down.
If you are interested in kayak the creek is the perfect place with endless small channels and passages through the mangroves to explore where kingfishers hunt in the shallow waters and fish eagles perch in the overhead trees.

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Robinson Island

Robinson island is about 40 minutes away from Malindi, before arriving there you will follow a unpaved road on the salt pans, a place frequented by various species of birds including ibis herons and pink flamingos.

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Blue Safari

It is possible to organize glass bottom boat trips in Malindi Marine Park or Watamu Marine Park. You can admire the depths of the Indian Ocean and observe marine life in a natural environment and it is possible to snorkel. Your spectacular day ends with a delicious lunch with a mix of grilled fish.

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Marafa Canyon

At 30 km northwest of Malindi you can admire the incredible colors of Marafa. Along the way between great and charming clearings, villages, acacias and Baobab trees, you will arrive in this unique and suggestive place.

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