Honeymoon Kenya

 There is a lot more to a honeymoon or romantic getaway holiday in Kenya than tracking down red-robed Masai tribesmen and the 'big five' on a game safari.

Just a short distance from Kenya's legendary national parks and game reserves lies an almost uninterrupted stretch of beachfront that stretches north and south of the ancient trading city of Mombasa gateway to the sparkling Indian Ocean.

Discover a choice of family friendly beach resorts just a short drive from Mombasa, which is Kenya's second largest city after Nairobi. These beach resorts include Diani Beach to the south and Bamburi Beach to the north. 

Besides sunbathing and swimming, most of the beach resorts are perfect for snorkelling, scuba diving, game fishing and spotting marine life such as sea turtles and dolphins.

Away from the beach, take a day trip to explore Mombasa's Old Town, a maze of fascinating narrow alleyways dating back to the 12th century. 

Diani Beach(South Coast) -Pick your own spot to sunbathe and swim on this 8km-long stretch of shimmering white sand that sits just 35km south of Mombasa. With its swaying palm trees, pristine soft sand, glittering clear waters and a range of upmarket, family friendly resorts dotted along its length, Diani Beach has cemented its reputation as one of Kenya's premier beach resorts.

The beach lies at the centre of an uninterrupted, 20km-long section of beachfront, with easy access to several offshore islands and coral reefs. Go swimming in the sheltered waters and snorkelling above a reef that teems with colourful fish.

Bamburi Beach (Mombasa)  Unwind on the unspoiled, pale golden sands of this 4km-long beach that shelves into the warm waters of the reef-protected Mombasa Marine National Park. Flanked with palm trees and flowering convolvulus plants, Bamburi offers a choice of accommodation options ranging from budget chalets to 5-star resorts.

Bamburi Beach is located just 12km north of Mombasa and sits between two headlands separating it from Nyali Beach to the south and Shanzu Beach to the north.

Shela Beach (Lamu Island, North Coast)  Pick your own spot to sunbathe on Lamu Island's pristine Shela Beach, a 13km-long stretch of pale golden sand backed by high vegetation-clad sand dunes.

Take a camel ride along the beach, go walking and beachcombing or hire a donkey and find your own secluded spot to relax for a picnic. Go swimming or boogie boarding in the fresh waves, swim in calmer waters at the mouth of the creek and explore the surrounding archipelago in a sailing dhow (traditional boat).

Relatively unspoiled Lamu is the perfect place to escape the mainstream tourist crowds and soak up a unique Swahili environment little changed over the centuries  Lamu is Kenya's oldest living city and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Popular Destinations

Tsavo National Park

Samburu National park

Amboseli National Park

Maasai Mara National Reserve


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