Marafa Hell’s Kitchen, is an odd sandstone canyon outside of Malindi, Kenya. Known locally as Nyari – “the place broken by itself”. Gigantic sandstone ridge worn by the elements wind, rain, and floods into a series of jagged gorges. The layer-cake colors of the sandstone reveal whites, pinks, oranges, and deep crimsons, making the gorge particularly striking at sundown, when tones of the ribbed sandstone gullies are highlighted and mirrored by those of the setting sun.
Lamu Old Town Tour – Picturesque the Old Town is a surreal setting of small alleys that wind through an architectural maze of stone houses, open air markets and inviting shops. The people, food and structures are an indication that you are enveloped in a place that seems to be untouched by time.
Enjoy the Cuisine –The exquisite cuisine exists as an amalgamation of African and Eastern tastes, with delicious foods such as biryani, curry, couscous, pasta, chapati, coconut rice, mango chutney, mahamri (spiced doughnut), and fresh, mouthwatering seafood, all made with unique flavours such as cumin, cinnamon, clove, and coconut milk!
Dhow Safaris – The ocean is an important part of life on the Kenyan coastline, and dhows have been sailing the Indian Ocean since the advent of the great trade routes that brought goods from faraway destinations.
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving – Diving and snorkeling on a coral reef is an amazing underworld experience, and Lamu Island has one of the top coral reefs in Kenya. Most notable are the reefs of Manda Toto, Kiniyka and at Kiunga Marine National Reserve.
Deep Sea Fishing – The Lamu Archipelago is discerning, top-rate destination for big game fishing. A half or full-day deep sea angling trip with AfricanMecca gets you close to some of the gigantic finned creatures in the Indian Ocean.
Lamu Donkey Racing Festival – In the lunar month of Rabi’ al-awwal, the resident of Lamu hold festivities to celebrate the fiesta of the annual Maulidi. One of the most popular events during the celebration is donkey racing.
Dhow Racing Festival – The Swahilis of Lamu are recognized for their dhow construction and sailing abilities, so it should be no surprise that dhow races frequently happen with the winners receiving significant honors.
Water Sports – With deep blue water and beautiful sand beaches at your front door, it is hard to resist the chance to enjoy all that the Indian Ocean offers you. Lamu Island is an activity-rich destination for those who love the thrill of skimming across the water.
Kiunga Marine National Reserve Trip – Just off the northern coast of Kenya is Kiunga Marine National Reserve, a collection of approximately fifty calcareous isles and coral reefs. The reserve extends more than 37 miles parallel to the shoreline.
Nairobi – Airport – Hotel Transfers
Air tickets: Nairobi – Lamu – Nairobi
Boat Transfers: Airstrip – Lamu – Airstrip
Accommodation according to your choice on half Meals on Half-board basis
Tips & Gratuities.
All items of personal nature e.g. drinks, tips, laundry, etc
Costs of personal nature.
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Wow, Great Tour !!!
I enjoyed the tour and would recommend it to my friends.