Boat, canoe & kayak at the villas available on request
Boat tours can be arranged at departure from the beach near the property e.g. dhow or canoe on the creek to watching bird island and snorkling on the coral reef or boat trip fishing.
Visit the Giriama Paradise !
Water sports in Kilifi Mnarani
All water sport such as sail, windsurf at Mnarani club with 3° South and Buccaneer Diving
about 10 min from sunset villa
Golf course resort
Vipingo Ridge Golf
Club house restaurant
Only 15 minutes drive to Vipingo Ridge Golf from Kilifi
Che Shale and Barefoot Sea
One of the most beautiful Kite surf
20 min drive from Malindi on Mambrui beach
Kite surf school also available wake board, paddle...
Malindi Marine National Park & Reserve
This beautiful slice of Kenya's indian Ocean coastline provides the perfect getaway.
The park is endowed with magnificent resources such as fringing reefs, coral gardens in the lagoons, sea grass beds, mangroves, mudflats, marine mammals, dolphins, turtles and various species of
shorebirds. Visitors can also enjoy glass bottom boat rides, snorkelling and beach walks in this veritable paradise.
Visit Masai tribe village Manyatta and watch Masai dance at Amboseli
Mount Kilimandjaro view from Ziwani Lodge
Mt Kilimandjaro view behind clouds at Kibo safari Lodge
Mnarani Ruins & Gede Ruins
Swahili civilisation has left many architectural remains across ages that shows the greatness of yesteryear. Ibn Battuta an arab writer and traveler of the 14th centuries describes as the most
beautiful towns in the world with Kilwa located in Tanzanie nowday. Many trade with China, India, Middle East and Far Easten which bought up ivory, silver, silk, gems either way wealth.
Fort Jesus Museum Mombasa
The site is located in Mombasa Island which is in the Coast province of Kenya.
The Portuguese built Fort Jesus in 1593. The site chosen was a coral ridge at the entrance to the harbor. Fort Jesus was built to secure the safety of Portuguese living on the East Coast of Africa.
It has had a long history of hostilities of the interested parties that used to live in Mombasa. Perhaps no Fort in Africa has experienced such turbulence as Fort Jesus. Omani Arabs attacked the Fort
from 1696 to 1698.
Between 1837 and 1895, the Fort was used as barracks for the soldiers. When the British protectorate was proclaimed on the 1st of July 1895, the Fort was converted into a prison. The huts were
removed and cells were built. On the 24th October 1958, Fort Jesus was declared a National Park in the custody of the Trustees of the Kenya National Parks. Excavation was carried out and the Fort
became a Museum in 1962. The Fort is now an important historical landmark in the East African region.