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Malindi - Kenya

Malindi is one of Kenya’s most popular beach resort towns and has everything you need when on holiday. With its Swahili architecture, the finest seafood cuisine, white sandy beaches and lots of watersport based activities on offer, it is easy to see why this coastal Swahili town is so popular.

Malindi is located in Malindi Bay at the mouth of the Galana River and it is a perfect place to chill before or after your safari in East Africa’s many excellent parks. It is heavily influenced by the Italians and great Italian ice-cream can be found here.

See for yourself why lots of people fall in love with Malindi and book your cheap flight to Malindi with Tripindigo today. Allow yourself to be taken back in time and unwind on Kenya’s real ‘hakuna matatu’ (no worries) destination.



Why visit Malindi?

  • Unwind and relax on Malindi’s beaches
  • Go snorkeling and diving in Malindi and Watamu Marine National Parks
  • Check out the historical Vasco da Gama pillar
  • Feel the wind in your hair when sailing on a traditional dhow
  • Try your luck at deep sea fishing, creek fishing or reef fishing

Information for visitors

Did you know?

  • There is an Italian spaceport located at Malindi where they used to launch satellites.
  • Hell’s Kitchen is just outside Malindi, an odd sandstone canyon showing its beautiful colours at sunset.
  • The Arabuko Sokoke National Park near Malindi is a place where the golden-rumped elephant shrew can be found, one of Kenya’s rarest mammals. It is also a great place for bird-watching.

Reasons to Visit

  1. Located on Waterbay
  2. Popular beach resorts
  3. Famous Swahili Architecture
  4. Visit Vasco da Gama pillar

City Tips

  • The local currency is often called ‘bob’. “This souvenir costs 2000 bob.”
  • Do not exchange with street sellers; banks usually offer the best rates of exchange
  • It is advisable to hire a driver when hiring a car. Drivers are not expensive.
  • Use internet cafes with the same caution you should anywhere