Small swahili based home that can accomodate 1-2 people that is 2 minutes work to the main Watamu beach. Most common restaurants and night clubs are nearby. Access to banks, supermarket, chemist, car hire and safaris tour operators all close by.
Visit to local and world famous tourist attractions withing Kenya can also be arranged.
Additional at extra cost;
- Swahili breakfast & lunch
- Kite surfing
- Night activities
- Safaris & Tour guides
Cancellation / Prepayment
Hub31's Terms and Conditions apply.
Children and extra beds
Not safe or suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Accepted credit cards
No parties or events
Check-in timeanytime after 12PM (noon)
Check-out timeby 12PM (noon)
MalindiIf you are looking for beautiful tropical beaches, a culture filled environment, friendly people, mouthwatering meals, adventure-packed tours and a pocket friendly get away; Malindi is the town for you. Located on the southeastern part of Kenya, Malindi is a small haven with plenty to do. Share this:Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new
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