Kwale County is located on the south coast of Kenya and shares a border with two other counties that were part of Coast Province in Kenya; Taita-Taveta and Mombasa. Kwale is a very beautiful and serene place to be, with lots of tourist attractions such as Shimba Hills National Reserve, Mwaluganje Elephant Sanctuary which has a high number of African elephants, Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park perfect for water sports like snorkelling, sunbathing, bird watching and dolphin watching.
Other tourist attractions are Mwaluganje Sanctuary, marine reserves and parks, historic sites and forests. Kwale County is well endowed with pristine beaches stretching from Tiwi Beach to Shimoni to the border with Tanzania.
Kwale county's capital is Kwale Town, which is located 30km southwest of Mombasa easily accessible by ferry at Likoni.
Popular Kwale Hotels
Kwale hotels are of different types. There are luxury resorts, beach villas and budget hotels. You can stay either close to the beach or in the rooms overlooking the beautiful tropical gardens just metres away from the ocean.
Top Kwale hotels include The Sands at Chale Island, CS Gisimba Villas, Diani Beach Resort, Neptune Palm Beach and other villas and beach resorts in Tiwi, Galu and Wasini. These hotels are very exclusive, highly rated hence ideal for beach weddings and as honeymoon hotspots.
Check the full list of Kwale hotels on Jumia Travel. You will find family friendly hotels with kids' clubs as well as baby pools. Book early for you family vacation to get the best hotel deals. For most hotels, you can book now and pay later with Jumia Travell.
The best time to stay in Kwale is from June to August when the temperatures are cooler and the rainfall is less.
Dining and Shopping in Kwale
Kwale offers various top class restorants and chefs, some of them are Ali Barbour's Cave Restaurant, Forty Thieves Beach Bar and others.
The most popular shopping malls in Kwale are Nakumatt Shopping Centre, Bahari Plaza Shopping Centre, Diani Beach Shopping Centre and many more.