Experience Watamu Beach, Kenya
Watamu, a sleepy village south of Malindi, is bordered by large white beaches. Several developed resorts and numerous private guesthouses are scattered across the forest along the desolate shore in this scenic haven. The town’s main attraction is the Watamu Marine National Park. It’s a perfect spot for both divers and snorkelers.
From intertidal fringing reefs and coral gardens to cliffs, sandy beaches, and the Milda Creek mangrove forest, the Marine Park has it all. Cod, turtles, dugongs, and crabs in abundance. Mangrove species abound in the Mida Creek forest, providing a haven for fish, turtles, and birds.
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Map of Watamu Beach
Places to Stay at Watamu Beach
Below are some of our highly recommended places of stay at Watamu that have been tested and chosen by our travel specialists
Hemingways Watamu lies approximately 120 kms north of Mombasa and 25 kms south of Malindi. It is everyone’s favorite resort in Watamu and guests just keep coming back for more.
This stunning Swahili style accommodation sets a new benchmark for chic luxury ocean residences, providing more space to breathe than any conventional hotels or resorts.
Turtle Bay Resort
The hotel buildings are set in 10 acres of tropically landscaped gardens with 145 rooms, 3 restaurants, 3 bars, entertainment lounge and swimming pool, and as such makes up one of the most extensive all-inclusive properties in Kenya.
Temple Point Resort
The resort features 100 Swahili style rooms nestled into the privacy of 20 bungalows. Each one offers a view over the resort’s enclosed botanical garden or the calmness of the Mida Creek.
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