For those wanting to get away over Easter, EatOut suggests to visit the Kenya coast where space is to be had and good deals are
available for visitors from upcountry and from across Eastern Africa.
And with Air Uganda flying from Entebbe and RwandAir flying from
Kigali and Kenya Airways flying from across the region, getting there
is no problem. Happy Easter to you all when it comes calling!
The coastline of Mombasa is a world of enthralling history and natural beauty. Lined with pristine palm-fringed beaches, and the calm inviting waters of the Indian Ocean, the obvious culinary attraction on the coast is seafood – naturally abundant and fresh.
The beach at Bamburi is a strip of pale sand, backed by palm trees and flowering beach convolvulus and lapped by shallow turquoise water, kept calm by an offshore reef. Watersports on offer include snorkelling, sailing, water-skiing, jet-skiing and sea kayaking.
As well as warm silken sands, hot golden sunshine and foaming shimmering ocean waves, Malindi offers you elegant resorts, serene hideaways and exquisite restaurants all nestled on the northern coastline of Kenya. The coral reefs of the nearby Malindi Marine National Park offer good snorkelling and diving.
Diani Beach is one of the most exclusive locations for Kenya beach holidays. Situated on the South Coast of Mombasa, the 25 Kilometre strip is made up of Tiwi, Diani, Galu, Kinondo & Chale Island. The pearly-white sands blend into the turquoise warm waters of the Indian Ocean creating a perfect backdrop of tranquillity for a truly memorable African Holiday.
Watamu is a small village on the Kenyan coast. The area has an international reputation for its pristine white-sand beaches and reef-protected lagoons. Watamu was voted one of the top ten beaches in the world; steeped in natural beauty and with three stunning bays, Watamu is a great beach holiday spot.
Situated on the North coast of Mombasa, the Moorings is floating on the Mtwapa creek with a great waterfront setting and a spectacular view. Enjoy expertly prepared seafood dishes in an ambiance of tranquility and charm on our Dhow or on the floating restaurant.
P/S Moorings won Airkenya’s Award for Best Restaurant at the Coast at last year’s Taste Awards! Check them out!
The Tamarind’s specialty is seafood and only the freshest ingredients are used.The Prawns Piri Piri, Chilli Crab and Lobster have earned the Tamarind restaurant worldwide fame and rave reviews from publications such as Gourmet, the London Times and the Herald Tribune.
Winner- Heineken® Award for Best Bar or Club at the Coast
The only barefoot Bar and Restaurant at the Coast. A place where you can enjoy the Sun, Sand and the Sea. Relax on the comfy lounges spread out along the beach and have a refreshing cocktail, listen to live music, play bar games, watch water sports and enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch.
Runner Up-Winner- Heineken® Award for Best Bar or Club at the Coast
This small cozy restaurant and bar has a sitting capacity of 30 and is the ideal meeting point for lunch or dinner. The bar is in the evening perfect for a relaxing after work drink while listening to great music or watching sport.
Fancy what you just read? On SleepOut you will find an amazing variety of unique accommodation options at the coast. Use SleepOut to book your next holiday or business trip this Easter!
The ambiance is unmatched anywhere else, and easily, Ali Barbour’s is the most romantic eatery in Kenya. The natural alcoves and imperfections of the cave reflect and capture light marvelously. Its sense of whimsical mystery, warmth and romance – the ambiance is beyond incredible, it’s magical.
UNDERWATER EASTER HUNT at FORTY THIEVES on Easter Weekend, in a team of 4, you will have 20 minutes to collect as much eggs as possible underwater. Sunday April 20th.
If you’re in Nairobi, have a lovely and relaxing Sunday at ‘TheKoroga Festival’ featuring the prolific talents ofNeema,Dela, and popular South African Afro-fusion bandFreshlyground.Rock to the sounds of Capital FM Mix Masters DJ Joe Mfalme, DJ Andre and DJ Adrian!
ATCNews : Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H. Thome is the publisher of ATCNews, Eastern Africa’s leading aviation, tourism and conservation news blog of its kind. Wolfgang has over 45 years of experience in the tourism, aviation and conservation fields in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, covering all aspects of safari operations, hotel operations and air operations. Since 1992 he resides in Uganda, previously living for 17 years in Kenya.