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Kenya Beaches

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There so many an nice beaches in Kenya.

Here are some of them that you can go to and have a great time after your safari.
Or just a beach holiday

• Diani Beach: It is located 30 kilometers (19 mi) south of Mombasa,
in the nearby Kwale County.

• Nyali Beach: Located on the mainland north of Mombasa County.

• Lamu Beaches: located on Lamu Island is a part of the
Lamu Archipelago of Kenya; one of the oldest
and best-preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa.

• Vipingo Beach: It is located on the North Coast,
along Mombasa/Malindi road approx. 30 kilometers from Mombasa.

• Tiwi Beach: It is 20 km south of Mombasa town, and 8kms north of Diani beach.

• Watamu Beach –Watamu is a small town located approximately
105 km north of Mombasa and about 15 km south of
Malindi on the Indian Ocean coast.

• Gazi Beach: It is located 46 km south of Mombasa,
in the nearby Kwale County.

• Bamburi Beach: Bamburi Beach Hotel is
located on the north coast of Mombasa and the beach is 12 km.
from Mombasa and 25 km. from Moi International Airport.

• Kikambala Beach: Kikambala in Kenya’s north coast , is located
27 KM North of Mombasa, along the Mombasa-Malindi Highway.

• Shanzu Beach: Shanzu town is where you find Mombasa’s northern most beach,
located about 18 kilometers north
of Mombasa’s Nyali Bridge, on the road to Malindi.

• Manda Beach: The beach is located north of Diani Beach,
which is about 17 km south of Mombasa.

• Kiwayu Beach: It is located on the Kenya mainland in
the most remote Dodori National reserve is situated on
Diani Beach, 34 km south of Kenya’s
bustling port of Mombasa.

• Che Shale Beach: It is 20 Km north of Malindi town.

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