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Malindi, Lamu, Watamu, Voi and Mombasa

Our focus is on trips that have an impact in the community and restores our planet. We encourage travelers to stay longer in one place and book a 7 day trip to have the maximum experience. For travelers who are limited with time, our day trips are designed for you. We can organize a day trip in Malindi, Watamu, Mombasa or Lamu.

Some of the activities you can enjoy in Malindi and environs include:

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Birds Watching & Wildlife at Falconry

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Mnarani Snake Park, Malindi

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Kipepeo Project, Malindi

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Hells Kitchen, Marafa

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Turtles at Watamu

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Mida Creek

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Surfing at Cheshale beach, Ngomeni, Malindi

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Elephants watching at Sarova Salt Lick Voi

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Snorkeling at Malindi Marine Park

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Visit to Arabuko Sokoke forest

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Dolphin Watching at Watamu Marine Park

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Tree Planting in Schools and Villages

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Safari at Tsavo National Park

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Gede Ruins

Large Vessels

Small Boats

Launching

Captain Services

One of the most amazing experiences in Life is to go on safari. Kenya is known as the cradle of safaris all over the world. From vast plateaus to rivers and plains, you will not be disappointed. One hour from Malindi via the Salagate road is the Tsavo East National Park. This outstanding Park is one of the oldest in the country and home to a number of wildlife including lions, giraffes, zebras, baboons, elephants, leopards among others. A variety of bird life is evident from lovebirds, black kites and the crowned cane. If you are lucky, you can see hippos and crocodiles on the Tsavo river. A stop over on this spot is recommended. You cannot miss the Lugard’s waterfall and the Mudanda rock which is an awesome spot for animals because it’s a water catchment area. An early drive will afford you

an amazing view of the sunrise and the best time to see the animals before the heat of the day.

In early 2000s, lions and elephants were targets of poachers. We recommend a visit to this park because you are investing in nature. The park fees assist in taking care of the roads, bathroom facilities and he fight against poaching. Our focus in wildlife tourism and bird watching is to ensure that animals are not harmed or mistreated.

One of the most amazing experiences in Life is to go on a safari. Kenya is known as the cradle of safaris all over the world. From vast plateaus to rivers and plains, you will not be disappointed. One hour from Malindi via the Salagate road is the Tsavo East National Park. This outstanding Park is one of the oldest in the country and home to a number of wildlife including lions, giraffes, zebras, baboons, elephants, and leopards among others. A variety of bird life is evident from lovebirds, black kites and the crowned cane. If you are lucky, you can see hippos and crocodiles on the Tsavo river. A stopover on this spot is recommended. You cannot miss the Lugard’s waterfall and the Mudanda rock which is an awesome spot for animals because it’s a water catchment area. An early drive will afford you

an amazing view of the sunrise and the best time to see the animals before the heat of the day.

In the early 2000s, lions and elephants were targets of poachers. We recommend a visit to this park because you are investing in nature. The park fees assist in taking care of the roads, bathroom facilities and the fight against poaching. Our focus in wildlife tourism and bird watching is to ensure that animals are not harmed or mistreated.