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Top Malindi Hotels
This region has a diverse range of beach activities. To live up to the demands of beach safari enthusiasts, Malindi hotels are also diverse. Hence, you can find hotels on the beach, in Malindi Town or near attractions like Malindi Museum.
Some hotels sit on the sandy shoreline offering beautiful view of the ocean. Facilities and amenities to get in most hotels and resorts include Wi-Fi, safety deposit boxes, jacuzzi, rooms with balconies overlooking the ocean and restaurants with a variety of local and international cuisines.
Popular Malindi Resorts
If you want luxury accommodation during your beach safari, you definitely need to book in Malindi resorts. They have spacious rooms and suites and a range of modern facilities and amenities.
Some offer beachfront rooms just metres away from the beautiful shoreline. Top Malindi resorts include the 5-star Diamonds Dream of Africa as well as 4-star Scorpio Villas Malindi and Ocean Beach Resort and Spa.
Additionally, there are resorts located a short distance from the beach, but with access to the beach. Such resorts and villas include Kilili Baharini Resort & Spa and Salt Spring Villas Malindi.
Best Cheap Malindi Hotels
Even in the beautiful coast of the Indian Ocean, you can find affordable accommodation. Popular budget hotels are Ajab Delta Hotel, Kenga Giama Resort, and Giraffe House Bed and Breakfast. There is no reason for you to miss the chance to visit Malindi because you can take advantage of regular discounts and deals to reduce the cost of accommodation in Malindi.
Check out the full list of hotels and beach resorts to find the perfect place for your holiday. Book now and pay later on most hotels on Jumia Travel.
How to Get to Malindi
Malindi is served by Malindi Airstrip. You can also fly to Mombasa International Airport and then travel by road from Mombasa to Malindi.
Rickshaws called tuktuk are a major mode of transportation in Malindi Town. Alternatively, tourists may commute by minibuses within town.
Malindi, on the Malindi Bay, is about 120km from Mombasa. The Swahili people have inhabited this region since the 14th Century. Regarded as 'Little Italy' because of its large Italian community, Malindi is the largest urban town in Kilifi County. Other major towns close to it are Lamu, Watamu, and Gazi.