Kenyan Coast

The East African coast has a shallow shelf stretching out to a coral reef and at low tide you can explore the rock pools and find various marine life such as shells, eels, crabs, starfish, sea urchins and fish nursery pools. At high tide, the warm sheltered waters are perfect for snorkeling and swimming.

The white sandy beaches of Kenya's beautiful coastline are fringed with palm trees and offer sacred forests, unspoilt bays, exotic coral reefs and stunning white sandy beaches, which all provide an idyllic tropical paradise.

Along the Kenyan Coast, you can explore the ancient heritage of Lamu, go stand-up paddle boarding in the crystal clear waters, watch dolphins swimming along or scuba dive and snorkel amongst colourful coral reefs.

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Kenya's coastal region is generally humid and hot all year round. Read More

Kenya's coastal region is generally humid and hot all year round. This ever present humidity means that the rainy season never truly leaves the coast. October to January is widely considered the best time to visit Kenya's beaches as these months offer the best conditions for diving and snorkelling. On the other hand, May is to be avoided as it is the rainiest month. The opportunity to dive with whale sharks is best exploited between October and April.

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