Kenya, Malindi
  5 Days, 4 Nights
Beach

Malindi / Watamu SGR Packages (5 Days, 4 Nights)

Malindi is a tropical town situated on a stretch of idyllic beaches with intriguing hideaways on the north coast of Kenya. Malindi offers a wonderful mix of new and old - all along the palm-fringed beaches are luxurious resorts ready to pamper your every need.

The main attraction of Malindi is its endless beautiful white sandy beaches and warm, blue tropical waters. The hotels all offer a wide range of watersports from windsurfing to paddle boating and snorkelling. You can head out and explore the historic sites of the town such as the Malindi Museum, situated on the seafront near the jetty, the building itself is typical 19th-century building craftsmanship, or go on an excursion to the nearby Gede Ruins.

Itinerary

  • Day 1: Nairobi - Malindi / Watamu

    Arrive at the SGR Station for your scheduled train ride to Mombasa, which takes approximately 4 hours.

    Upon arrival in Mombasa, you will be met by the Viutravel driver/representative and transferred to the hotel in Malindi / Watamu for check-in and overnight stay at your designated hotel.

  • Day 2: Malindi / Watamu

    Spend the day at leisure with a variety of activities to choose from such as walking on the white beaches‚ boat rides‚ scuba diving‚ water sports activities‚ Wasini Island Tour or enjoying the daylight by the beachside. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

  • Day 3: Malindi / Watamu

    Spend the day at leisure with a variety of activities to choose from such as walking on the white beaches‚ boat rides‚ scuba diving‚ water sports activities‚ Wasini Island Tour or enjoying the daylight by the beachside. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

  • Day 4: Malindi / Watamu

    Spend the day at leisure with a variety of activities to choose from such as walking on the white beaches‚ boat rides‚ scuba diving‚ water sports activities‚ Wasini Island Tour or enjoying the daylight by the beachside. Dinner and overnight at your hotel.

  • Day 5: Malindi / Watamu - Nairobi

    After breakfast or lunch, you will be transferred to the SGR Station for your train ride back to Nairobi.

What’s Included

  • 4-Night Accommodation
  • Return SGR Tickets
  • Return transfers at the Coast from the SGR station
  • Meal plan as per the hotel chosen

What’s Excluded

  • Activities
  • Tips & gratuities

Important Information

*Terms & conditions apply

Top Reasons for Visiting Malindi

  1. Enjoy the beautiful scenery and gorgeous beaches
  2. Engage in amazing beach activities
  3. Explore the different tourist sites
  4. The flawless climate
  5. Enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Malindi
  6. Malindi is a destination for everyone
  7. Sawa Sawa Dhow Excursions: Experience a full-day trip on a Sawa Sawa – an authentic, hand-built East African dhow, made in Mozambique.
  8. Marafa – Hell’s Kitchen: The Marafa Depression is locally referred to as Nyari, ‘the place broken by itself. Temperatures can get to scorching levels during the day, hence the alias ‘Hell’s Kitchen’.
  9. The Falconry of Kenya: The Falconry of Kenya is a private zoo that offers visitors a chance to get close to a large collection of birds of prey and other animals.
  10. Gedi Ruins: The Gedi ruins remain a mystery to archaeologists. Proving that ancient African society was intricate and advanced, the Gedi ruins have all the markings of an ancient cosmopolitan settlement. 
  11. Watamu National Marine Park: Watamu National Marine Park is Kenya’s first aqua park. Featuring over 600 species of colourful fish and other sea creatures in addition to coral reefs and gardens, the marine park delivers an aquatic explosion of colour for the snorkelling enthusiast.
  12. Watamu Turtle Watch: Watamu Turtle Watch is a local wildlife reserve responsible for the protection of approximately 50 hawksbill and green turtles that lay their eggs on Watamu Beach.
  13. Bio Ken Snake Park: The Bio-Ken Snake Park is primarily a research centre that studies reptiles; with a key focus on snakes and snake bites. The park houses the largest known collection of snakes in East Africa.