Diani Beach

Located south coast of Mombasa, the award winning Diani Beach rests between the crystal clear and turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean and open plains of the Shimba Hills National Reserve. Diani's pearl white sands and lush green forests provide a backdrop of serenity that defines true paradise. Diani has been voted Africa's leading beach destination for the fifth time running since 2015. Its truly a much "sought after" beach destination and stretches 25 kilometres along the coastline. Diani beach's perfect combination of white sand beach, tropical plants, laid back flair and Kenya's warm hospitality make what holiday dreams are truly made of. Its truly a magical place to unwind and indulge for complete relaxation.

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Almanara Resort is located on beachfront and is a breathtaking piece of architecture that is both stunning and unique. This lovely resort is set on Galu Beach which is the central part of three stretches of beaches that make up Diani. The beach is extremely clean and quiet, away from the hassle of the larger hotels situated further north. Almanara is tucked amidst the towering palms and tropical gardens and lies on the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. It comprises of fully furnished executive villas with ensuite bathrooms, open plan dining room and spacious veranda where you can dine enjoying the cool breeze from the Indian Ocean. Guest service at Almanara is both discreet and outstanding. With an army of personal chefs, butlers and maids, cuisine here is very delicious. Meals are prepared and served at the villa veranda, on the villa roof terrace or in the dining room.


Chale Island Resort is located on Chale which is a small romantic island 600 meters off the mainland. The Island is divided into two parts; resort and the sacred forest. The resort lies in 15 acres of indigenous ancient forest with stunning 10,000 square metres of white sand bay which is protected by a vibrant coral reef. The resort is spread out to offer the utmost privacy and romance and guarantees tremendous feeling of peace, tranquility and seclusion. The Sands at Chale offers accommodation to suit all tastes, needs and wants. All the rooms are elegant, air-conditioned and blend into the natural environment reflecting traditional architecture. They are set well above the swaying treetops, offering breathtaking views of both the island and the ocean. Delicious cuisine at Sands at Chale ensures that each meal is always an event to be looked forwards to and enjoyed.


Afro Chic Resort is one of Diani's best kept secrets and lies south of Mombasa on one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Afro Chic is the perfect getaway for the discerning traveller who wants to simply relax, dine in style and discover miles of expansive and deserted white sand beaches and same time enjoy spectacular views of the Indian Ocean. This small exclusive and intimate hotel comprises of only 10 guest rooms each with their own en suite bathroom, balcony, sun-loungers and all providing panoramic views of the vast ocean. Dining at Afro Chic is a pleasant experience. Guests can choose where they would like to eat, either from the privacy of their bedroom balcony or right on the beach. Sea food is the main ingredient here, but there is always a wide variety to choose from including Mediterranean, Italian, Swahili and Indian dishes.


"Paradise" is by far the most used word in over hundred travel reviews to describe Mbuyu Beach Bungalows. This tiny sea side hideaway in Msambweni, South Coast of Mombasa is located in a quiet and unspoilt beach next to a peaceful traditional fishing village. The resort is set within a spacious tropical palm-fringed garden and is aptly named after a large resident Mbuyu (baobab in Kiswahili) tree. This little "gem" is set in the front row of the Indian Ocean overlooking the sea comprises of five spacious and well equipped bungalows with typical Makuti (palm straw) roofs. All bungalows have a covered veranda with sea view and bathroom showers equipped with solar water heaters. Cuisine here is delicious and tastefully prepared and served in a little restaurant next to the beach providing spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and beyond.