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Recent Guide Reviews

Supeb itinerary and budget cost, accommodation was marvelous, guided all through our entire 3 days safar to the Great Tsavo East, surely coming back ... More more right

Review for Pathway Safaris , Tour guide in Malindi, Kenya

We took a safari to Samburu, Nakuru and Masai Mara for seven days. David was outstanding. Hats off. Wealth of information about animals, knowledge of ... More more right

Review for David "safari Specialist", Tour guide in Malindi, Kenya

Katama was an excellent guide when we went to Malindi in 2013. He was very attentive and came to see us at Turtle Bay every couple of days to make ... More more right

Review for Katama Tsuma, Tour guide in Malindi, Kenya

About Malindi

Washed over by the aquamarine shallows of the Indian Ocean halfway along the Kenyan coast, the town of Malindi plays host to some of the country’s most startling sand stretches. Consequently, visitors, a majority representing the Italian flag, arrive to find ivory-white beaches bound by overhanging cliffs, swaying coastal palm forests lining ubiquitous seaside hotel resorts, and masses of colourful coral reefs beneath the swells as well.

Those eager to hit the sands would do well to ask their Malindi tour guide about the spots clustering around the coast at Watamu. Here, the Watamu Marine National Park is awash with the wild mangroves of Mida Creek, and guests can seek out the elusive green turtle, or wonder at the ruins of old Gede. Closer to home, the Malindi Marine Reserve, arguably the oldest national park in all of Africa, offers up some great glass-bottomed boat viewing and diving opportunities, not to mention a wealth of deserted Indian Ocean islands to explore. For those who’d prefer to stay on land, the spikey hoodoos of so-called Hell’s Kitchen at the Marafa Depression are not too far, and make for some dramatic hikes and nature watching.

Private Tour Guides in Malindi (26)