Kilifi Bay Beach Resort
About Kilifi Bay Beach Resort
Kilifi Bay Beach Resort is situated in Kilifi, an old coastal town halfway between Mombasa and Malindi. The property is set on five acres of tropical gardens and 60 meters of sea frontage.
We offer 20 rondavel units comprising 10 rondavels and 10 rooms that are set in a double-storey block. Facilities include two large swimming pools, two bars and a swim-up pool bar, one restaurant, a lounge area with a TV, and a video-conference room and a banqueting hall.
Activities include snorkelling, windsurfing, scuba diving, a glass-bottom boat, big game fishing, cruises, darts, table tennis, billiards, archery, tennis, beach volleyball and bicycles for hire. Kilifi is a small picturesque town that developed because of its natural harbour and creek. It is self-sufficient with fruit markets, small shops, two banks, a post office, a pharmacy and a hospital.
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