Kenya, is renowned for one of the greatest natural spectacles on earth: the Great Migration of millions of wildebeest and zebras, as well as arguably the world’s most iconic African safari destination. But did you know that this country has one of Africa’s most historic and fascinating coastlines?. From Kenya’s famous Diani Beach, through to lively Mombasa and tranquil Malindi, and further afield to the idyllic islands of the Lamu Archipelago, the beauty of Kenya is that you can easily combine a thrilling safari in the Masai Mara one day with a relaxing beach holiday the next!

It’s also considered an all-year-round destination (for both safaris and beach vacations); its coastal temperatures are consistently hot and humid with the occasional shower to cool things off. The best time to visit Kenya especially its Indian Ocean coastline is from June to early March when temperatures and rainfall are at their lowest. Kenya’s coast is well known for its natural beauty and is filled with all sorts of diverse wildlife.

Below are some beaches in Kenya for you to explore:

1. Mombasa: Kenya’s Coastal Heartbeat

Kenya’s Mombasa region is perhaps its most famous coastline, known for its diving and deep sea fishing, as well as its lively atmosphere favoured by those seeking a more festive vacation. It offers a number of larger resorts, has a great selection of restaurants, night clubs, and shops, and the proximity to Mombasa’s airport means it’s the perfect safari and beach destination.

2. Diani Beach: Kenya’s Southern Jewel

Your second port of call should be Kenya’s southern coast: expect palm-fringed white sandy beaches with crystal blue waters and some of Africa’s finest dive spots. Diani Beach is world-famous for its pristine white beaches and safe, shallow, tropical waters. It is the classic beach destination perfect for either families or those seeking a romantic honeymoon destination. Kenya’s warm tropical water in particular around the Diani area is well-known for its migrating whale sharks known as the gentle giants of the deep.

3. Malindi: Kenya’s Tranquil Coast

The Malindi region popular with European holidaymakers and ex-pats and nearby Watamu are also well worth a visit with spectacular beaches abounding and superb diving at Malindi Marine National Park perfect for honeymooners or families seeking a quieter Kenya beach destination. Tsavo National Park known for its incredible variety of big game is a mere hundred kilometers inland, making a safari-beach holiday an easy option.

4. Lamu Archipelago: Kenya’s Idyllic North

For the ultimate private island vacation and barefoot luxury with a lovely laid-back charm, the islands of the Lamu Archipelago offer the idyllic romantic honeymoon destination. There is a range of incredible lodges and private villas on offer, but you will need to take a boat to navigate between the islands.

With its dazzling and secluded tropical beaches, intense turquoise Indian Ocean waters, extravagant sunsets, Swahili hospitality, and activities to suit both honeymooning couples and families, it’s time to start planning your beach holiday to Kenya.

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