Malindi & Watamu

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Malindi & Watamu

A slice of paradise, the small coastal town of Malindi and the sleepy village of Watamu are perfect for those wanting to get away from it all. Malindi is best known for its idyllic beaches and world class resorts, while Watamu in the south is home to a Marine National Park perfect for snorkellers and scuba divers wanting to go on an aquatic safari. Nearby, ambitious explorers can find the labyrinthine Marafa Depression (sometimes called Hell's Kitchen by locals) as well as the thick jungles of the Arabuko Sokoke Forest, inside of which the ruined settlement of Gedi can be found. What stories does this deserted trading post hold?

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