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The Kenya Coast
fringes the Indian Ocean for 425km from the border with Somalia in the north to Tanzania
in the south.
The majority of this coastline is naturally blessed with the classic combination of palm plantations and white-sand beaches fronting onto a turquoise ocean filled with coral reefs and a wealth of marine life.
However large sections of the Kenyan coast has been significantly blighted by heavy tourism development, so it is extremely important to choose your areas carefully if you want to avoid the crowds and enjoy the more pristine areas.
Given the relatively limited range of quality lodge options here on the Kenyan coast and the periodic restrictions to travel due to security concerns, it is not uncommon for us to combine safari in the country with beaches further afield. The easiest option is to head south to the Tanzania Coast
, either to Zanzibar or one of the more remote islands. Some guests even head off to the Seychelles
, although at 2200km that is a significant extra flight.South CoastNorth CoastCentral Coast