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Kenya

Kinondo Kwetu

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Situated on the picturesque southern coast of Kenya, Kinondo Kwetu is a small, family-run, all-inclusive resort on the white sandy beaches and warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

An intimate resort, it can house up to thirty-eight guests in a variety of different types of accommodations. There are garden single rooms and double rooms available with en suite bathrooms. The cottages have a choice of king or double en suite bedrooms that include a private veranda and a sea view. The Mama Taa Villa has both double bedrooms and interconnected family rooms just steps from the beach. The Borelius Room is ideal for families and can sleep up to five people. While the Andersson Room is the perfect choice for honeymooners. All rooms have ceiling fans.

The resort is owned and operated by a Swedish family. It is located on the pristine beaches of the south coast of Kenya where it touches the Indian Ocean and is only an hour and a half ride south from Mombasa. The romantic south coast of Kenya, along the six-mile long Diani Beach is known as a paradise for relaxation, water sports, fishing adventure, and culture. The ocean off Diani is warm, calm, and protected by a reef running parallel to the coast, which keeps away sharks. The nearby marine parks attract large whales and dolphins. Besides marine life, there are also plenty of sighting of black and white colobus monkeys and many other animals in the Shimba Hills National Reserve which is known for its elephants, birds, butterflies, and orchids.

Besides just relaxing and digging one’s toes in the warm sandy beach, there are plenty of water sports and activities to indulge in. The resort has its own scuba diving equipment and Dive master on site as well as providing Padi-certification. The protected reefs are perfect for snorkeling. Boat excursion frequently spot whales and dolphins. For those guests with previous sailing experience, the Hoby Cat Teddy is a small catamaran perfect for one to two adults to explore the sea. Kayaking, kite surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, and wind surfing are also available. Anglers will enjoy deep sea fishing. Land based activities include horseback riding, golf, tennis, skateboarding, and sky diving.

There is no fixed dining area at the resort and most meals are enjoyed on the beach under the shade of the trees or in the boathouse. Local produce, meats, and of course fish are served up on the three-course lunch and dinner menu. A spa will assist with pampering treatments. The resort also has a gym, library, bar, and a swimming pool.

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Kenya

Kinondo Kwetu

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated on the picturesque southern coast of Kenya, Kinondo Kwetu is a small, family-run, all-inclusive resort on the white sandy beaches and warm waters of the Indian Ocean.

An intimate resort, it can house up to thirty-eight guests in a variety of different types of accommodations. There are garden single rooms and double rooms available with en suite bathrooms. The cottages have a choice of king or double en suite bedrooms that include a private veranda and a sea view. The Mama Taa Villa has both double bedrooms and interconnected family rooms just steps from the beach. The Borelius Room is ideal for families and can sleep up to five people. While the Andersson Room is the perfect choice for honeymooners. All rooms have ceiling fans.

The resort is owned and operated by a Swedish family. It is located on the pristine beaches of the south coast of Kenya where it touches the Indian Ocean and is only an hour and a half ride south from Mombasa. The romantic south coast of Kenya, along the six-mile long Diani Beach is known as a paradise for relaxation, water sports, fishing adventure, and culture. The ocean off Diani is warm, calm, and protected by a reef running parallel to the coast, which keeps away sharks. The nearby marine parks attract large whales and dolphins. Besides marine life, there are also plenty of sighting of black and white colobus monkeys and many other animals in the Shimba Hills National Reserve which is known for its elephants, birds, butterflies, and orchids.

Besides just relaxing and digging one’s toes in the warm sandy beach, there are plenty of water sports and activities to indulge in. The resort has its own scuba diving equipment and Dive master on site as well as providing Padi-certification. The protected reefs are perfect for snorkeling. Boat excursion frequently spot whales and dolphins. For those guests with previous sailing experience, the Hoby Cat Teddy is a small catamaran perfect for one to two adults to explore the sea. Kayaking, kite surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding, and wind surfing are also available. Anglers will enjoy deep sea fishing. Land based activities include horseback riding, golf, tennis, skateboarding, and sky diving.

There is no fixed dining area at the resort and most meals are enjoyed on the beach under the shade of the trees or in the boathouse. Local produce, meats, and of course fish are served up on the three-course lunch and dinner menu. A spa will assist with pampering treatments. The resort also has a gym, library, bar, and a swimming pool.