Rafiki is a four-bedroom house with direct access to the beach. The house has four spacious bedrooms with double or twin beds, mosquito nets and fans with views out to the sea. There is a well-equipped kitchen and an open-plan dining room with an eight-seater table and cosy lounge overlooking the garden. It leads out into a bar area and towards the sea.
There are many activities within in the area. The Arabuko-Sokoke Forest is another unique place to visit near Watamu. It is one of the largest stretches of Brachystegia woodland on the East African coast and has no less than six endangered species of bird of which three of them are endemic to the forest. The little golden rumped elephant shrew is a giant shrew that has only been identified in a couple of locations in East Africa.
Beach: Rafiki has direct access to the beach.
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
Things to do in and around Watamu
(0.4 km from Watamu)
Snakes alive! Stroke a slithery, scaled reptile and watch venomous snakes being milked. Bio-Ken Snake Farm is a research centre housing fascinating reptiles and dealing mostly with snakes and snakebites. It houses the largest collection of snakes...
(6.4 km from Watamu)
Exploring the Mida Creek is a must-do for everyone looking for a change from sun bathing. Jump right into the magical world of this lagoon surrounding the shores of the hotel. Discover the internationally renowned birds of the Mida Creek during a...
(0.6 km from Watamu)
The Local Ocean Trust Marine Conservation Centre is an interactive and educational centre promoting marine conservation in the area. The Centre is the first of its kind on the Kenyan coast and celebrates the varied marine habitats of Watamu. Their...
(55.6 km from Watamu)
This world class golf resort is 10 minutes behind Clamkara House, which is on the beach at Vipingo. It offers a championship golf course and facilities.