Kilifi County Government, News, Tenders, Contacts, Website and Map

Kilifi County Government, News, Tenders, Contacts, Website and Map

Kilifi County News

Kilifi County covers a total surface area of 12,610 km2 and accounts for 2.17 per cent of Kenya’s total surface area. It borders Tana River county to the North, Taita Taveta county to the West, Mombasa county and Kwale county to the South and the Indian Ocean to the East.

Geography, Climate and Weather

The topography of the county is dominated by low-range sand-stone hills, and a terrain that generally slopes towards the sea. Kilifi County has 21 forests cumulatively, covering 246 km2. River Sabaki, a perennial fresh water river, runs 150km across the county, supporting various human and livestock activities. Seasonal rivers in the county include the Nzovuni, Rare, Goshi and Wimbi. There are also many seasonal streams found across the county.

The average annual rainfall ranges from 300mm in the hinterland parts of the County to 1,300mm along the coastal belt.The People of Kilifi County

Based on the 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census, the county had about 200 000 households and a population of 1,109,735 which accounted for 2.9 percent of the total Kenyan population.

Kilifi County Government Structure

County capital: Kilifi Town
 Number of Constituencies (2010): 5 (Malindi, Magarini, Kaloleni, Ganze and Bahari)
 Registered Voters: 292,403
 National percentage of Registered Voters: 2.32 %
 Number of Districts (2009): 6 (Kilifi, Ganze, Kaloleni, Bahari, Malindi and Magarini)
 Number of Local Authorities (2010): 5 (Town Councils of Kilifi and Mariakani, County Councils of Kilifi and Malindi and Municipal Council of Malindi)

Kilifi County Court of Arms

Kilifi County Governor and Deputy Governor

The current governor of Kilifi County is Hon. Amason Jeffah Kingi and the deputy governor is Hon. Mwakombo Kamto.

Kilifi County Wards

Details about Kilifi County Wards will be updated soon…

Kilifi County Map

Kilifi County Assembly

The Kilifi county assembly is consists of 35 members namely.

KILIFI COUNTY ASSEMBLY MEMBERSS/NONAMEWARD1Adamson kadenge mwathetheShella2Albert kiraga hareGongoni3Alfonce mwayaaKayafungo4Anthony kenga mupeRabai kusuritini5Antonhy ndune nzakaMwawesa6Bakari ali mwinyiShimo la tewa7Boniface mbkombe mwangoChasimba8Cosmas foleni kengaTezo9Daniel chai chiribaJilore10Daniel james mangiBamba11Dr. Silas mzungu chitibwiMwarakaya12Duncan k. KainguKaloleni13Edward kazungu deleSabaki14Elina stephen mbaruMagarini15Emmanuel kazungu chaiJaribuni16Getrude mbeyu mwanyanjeKibarani17Hamsa hamisi husseinDabaso18Hassan muhamed saidMatsangoni19Ibrahim abdi athumanWatamu20Japhet katana chai nzaroGanze21Jarald kaunda chokwe barnsMalindi town22Kahindi goefrey muhambiMnarani23Lawence kazungu kilaboSokoni24Mwingo kaingu bonifaceMtepeni25Naftali nyae komboRuruma26Nickson charo mrambaKakuyuni27Onesmus gambo karisaJunju28Pascal t. JacobMwanamwinga29Renson kambi karisaMarafa30Saidi mwachendaMariakani31Stanely karisa kengaAdu32Stephen bahatiGanda33Teddy ngumbao mwambireSokoke34Theophilus kalama fondoGarashi35Valintine matsaki mwamangaKambe ribe


The main communities residing in Kilifi County include seven Mijikenda sub-groups (Giriama, Chonyi, Jibana, Kambe,Kauma, Rabai and Ribe), the Bajuni, Swahili, and people of Arab, Indian and European descent who have permanently settled in the county. There are other Kenyan communities who have also settled in the County because of their employment or for purposes of doing business. Over time, these people have had close interactions with each other, and fostered the Swahili culture and language. Most of the people in Kilifi County are either Christians or Muslims, though other smaller religious communities exist.

Constituencies in Kilifi County

The county is divided into 7 constituencies and 35 wards.

The constituencies are:

  1. Kilifi South Constituency
  2. Kilifi North Constituency
  3. Kaloleni Constituency
  4. Rabai Constituency
  5. Ganze Constituency
  6. Malindi Constituency
  7. Magarini Constituency

Kilifi County Tenders

Kilifi county tenders are awarded in a free, fair and transparency manner in the need to fight corruption in the country.

To access tenders in Kilifi county click the link: for the latest job opportunities in the county.

Kilifi County Jobs

Kilifi County Jobs opportunities for all qualified personnel and those who would wish to work with Kilifi County government. Jobs in Kilifi County are posted on the county website.

Jobs in Kilifi County are awarded in a free, fair and transparency manner in the need to fight corruption in the country.

To access these Kilifi county jobs advertisement click the link Kilifi County Jobs for the latest job opportunities in the county.

 Facts About Kilifi County

 Area (Km 2): 12,639 (109 are water mass of Indian Ocean)
 Climate: Two seasons of rain; temperatures 21 – 35 degrees C
 Road network;
Tarmaked: 147.7 Km
Gravel/Murram: 258.3 Km
Earth Surface: 656 Km
Key National Monuments: Rabai Church, Gede Ruins, Vasco da Gama Pillar, Mnarani Ruins

Kilifi County Population

Population: 1.1 Million
Male 48 %
Female 52 %
 Density: 450 people per Km2
 National Percentage: 2.8 %
Growth Rate: 3.05 %
 Age distribution:
0-14 Years47 %
15-34 Years33 %
35-64 Years17 %
over 65 years4 %

Economy of Kilifi County

Resources: Natural (Iron Ore, Titanium, Arabuko Sokoke Forest, Mangroove Forests), Water (Indian Ocean, Kafuloni, Sabaki and Rare Rivers).
 Financial services: Banks and Micro Finance Institutions, Decentralized Funds e.g. CDF through Constituencies & LATF
 Poverty Level: 68% of population live below the poverty line
 Main Economic Activities/industries: Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing and Fishing
 Main Agricultural products: Cashew nuts, Horticulture (Flowers, Fruits, Vegetables), Sisal.

 Education of Kilifi County

 Primary schools: 160
 Enrolment: 154,848
Teacher : Pupil Ratio 1:39
Secondaries: 23
Enrollment: 61,112
Teacher : Pupil Ratio; 1:30
 Youth Polytechnics: 10
Tertiary: Pwani University College, Bandari College, Kilifi Medical Training College

Health in Kilifi County

 Hospitals: 3 District Hospitals and 2 Sub District Hospitals
 Number of Doctors: 8
 Doctors to Population Ratio: 1:137,500
 Number of Clinical Officers: 10
Clinical Officers to Population: 1:110000
 Number of Nurses: 128
 Nurses to Population ratio: 1: 8,594
 Infant Mortality Rates: 71 per 1000 (This for Coast Province) KDHS 2008-09
 Under-Five Mortality Rates: 87per 1000 (This for Coast Province)
 Prevalent Diseases: HIV/AIDS, Malaria, Diseases of the digestive System
 Notable Private Hospitals: Mariakani Hospital

Economy of Kilifi County


More than half of the land in Kilifi is arable, however only 31% of the farmers hold titles to their land.
Maize and cassava are the main subsistence crops grown in the County.
The main cash crops grown in the county include coconuts, cashew nuts, sisal and citrus fruits such as mangoes and pineapples.
Potential crops for cultivating in Kilifi

The average precipitation of 900 mm and mean-annual temperature of 27°C hold potential for agricultural development. Horticultural crops and vegetables such as chillies, brinjals, okra, onions and tomatoes can be cultivated along the Coastal plains. Staples like maize, rice, bananas, cow peas, green grams and beans can also do well. Northwards, along the Sokoke Forest, is land with medium agricultural potential. Further north, are the pineapple fields in Magarini district that can provide large scale farming. Jatropha, aloe vera and vanilla grow well in the County and could be promoted for the production of bio-diesel, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and food products.

Livestock farming

Livestock and poultry farming is a major economic activity in the county. There are 4 private and 8 group ranches in Kilifi on which both dairy and beef cattle are kept. Other livestock species reared include goats, sheep, pigs and rabbits; mainly on small-scale basis by subsistence farmers and bee-keeping is also practised.

Opportunities exist in livestock holding grounds, ranching, export slaughterhouses and the establishment of tanneries.


Deep-sea fishing is a lucrative venture due to high demand for fish from the hotel industry. The county has 14 landing beached and over 5,000 fishermen. Sport fishing has also taken root, with fishing clubs established at various spots associated with tourist hotels and resorts.

Mining and manufacturing

Kilifi County is rich in minerals; mainly titanium and iron ore, that have spurred extensive industrial mining activities. Other minerals extracted include barites, galena, rubies, pozzolana, gypsum and limestone. Salt mining and sand harvesting have been carried out over the years to take advantage of the sandy, salty waters. While these are economically lucrative, they are equally responsible for destruction of its mangrove forests. As for manufacturing sector there are:

  1. Two Cement factories in Kaloleni (Bamburi Cement and Athi River mining)
  2. Salt extracting companies in Malindi
  3. Milly fruit processing at Mtwapa
  4. Sandal factory in Kikambala
  5. Milk processing factory in Kilifi


Tourism is very important for the country. It creates opportunities for employment in the service industries associated with it, such as transport, entertainment and advertising.

There has been an up-trend in tourism over the last few years and the County is well positioned to benefit from; local tourism, ecotourism, pro-poor tourism, educational tourism, cultural tourism and sport tourism. All these trends offer opportunities for significant growth of the tourism sector in Kilifi County.

Main attractions:

  1. Rabai Church
  2. Gede Ruins
  3. Vasco da Gama Pillar
  4. Mnarani Ruins
  5. Mangrove Forests
  6. Arubuko Sokoke Forest which hosts the Tsavo East National Park
  7. Indian Ocean
  8. Kafuloni
  9. Sabaki and Rare Rivers
  10. Marine parks of Malindi, Watamu and Mtwapa are a great tourist attraction.

Health Facilities in Kilifi County

The county has several healthcare facilities both private, missionary and public serving the residents. Large county hospitals include:

  • Kilifi District Hospital
  • Malindi District Hospital
  • Watamu Hospital.

Private Big hospitals include:

  • Tawfiq Hospital
  • Star hospital
  • Wananchi Medical
  • St. Peters
  • BOMU medical
  • Khairat Medical

Missionary Hospitals include:

  • St. Lukes Hospital
  • St. Benedicts

Transport in Kilifi County

The roads in the county are classified in a manner that 326.2 Km are of bitumen standards,
542.3 gravel and 1139.5 earth surface, giving a total of 2008 Kmof classified road surface within the county. The county is envisioned in the Vision 2030 to be a resort city, therefore there is need to expand Malindi airport, Kilifi and Kijipwa airstrips to cater for the expected increase of visitors and residents in the county.

Financial Institutions in Kilifi County

The county has 10 commercial banks namely; KCB, Equity, Cooperative, National Bank, Barclays, Standard Chartered Bank among others. There are 17 micro finance institutions namely Kenya Women Finance Trust, Faulu, Platinum Credit among others. SACCOs include Imarika Sacco, Lengo, Kilifi and Malindi farmers Sacco amongst others.

Education in Kilifi County

The county has 935 pre-schools, 492 primary schools, 120 secondary schools, 13 youth polytechnics, one college (KMTC- Kilifi) offering medical trainings and a total of 8 higher learning institutions namely;

  • Pwani university
  • Mount Kenya University(kilifi county campus)
  • Kenya Utalii college(kilifi county campus)
  • Nairobi university(Kilifi county campus)
  • Mombasa Aviation(Kilifi County campus)
  • DALC education(Kilifi county Campus)
  • Kenya school of flying(kilifi county center)

Religion and Traditional Culture of the People of Kilifi County

Majority of people living in Kilifi County are either Muslims or Christians, although the County has several smaller religious communities as the Africa indigenious religion and Hindu.
Kiswahili and mijikenda languages are widely spoken within the county but mijikenda being the dominating Culture.

Major Towns in Kilifi County

The County’s capital is the coastal town of Kilifi which lies on the Kilifi Creek between Mombasa and Malindi towns. Other major towns include:

  1. Malindi town
  2. Mtwapa town
  3. Watamu town
  4. Mariakani town
  5. Kaloleni town
  6. Gongoni town

Tourism and Tourists Attractions in Kilifi County

Kilifi county is endowed with many tourism attraction sites. The county boasts some of the best white sandy beaches, popular resorts and villas along the Kenyan coast line. It has tourist beaches in Kikambala, Watamu, Malindi and Kilifi and Mtwapa which occupy 109Km2 of the total County surface area.

Other important attractions are historical sites in Gede, Malindi, Takaungu, Mnarani and Rabai that date back to the slave trade period. Other tourist sites include Kaya forests, Arabuko Sokoke Forest Reserve, Marafa Hell kitchen, Bore Valley, Mekatilili Wa Meza, Kapangani Rock, Sabaki Estuary in Magarini and mangrove swamps.

Kilifi is the play ground for water sports including sport fishing, snorkelling, scuba diving, water skiing and diving.

Marine research especially for rare breeding grounds of special fish like Tewa and turtles is conducted in protected areas of Malindi Marine National Park, Watamu Marine National Reserve and Kuruwitu Marine area which are also major tourist attractions.

Others are, The Vipingo Ridge golf course, Malindi International Airport and Kijipwa airstrip which are key components of the tourism sub-sector.

Sport Fishing

Sport fishing has taken root, with fishing clubs established at various spots associated with tourist hotels and resorts. Deep-sea fishing is also a lucrative venture due to high demand for fish from the hotel industry. The county has 14 landing beaches and over 5,000 fishermen.

Malindi Marine Park“Africa’s Oldest Marine Park, Magic Islands, Zebra fish”

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

 Malindi Marine Park and Reserve lie about 118km from Mombasa town and is located the south of Malindi town.For more information visit: Malindi Marine Park

Watamu Marine Park – “A Natural Paradise”

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

 Watamu National Park is part of a complex of marine and tidal habitats along the Kenya’s north coast.  It is enclosed by the Malindi Marine National Reserve which also encloses Malindi Marine National Park.For more information Visit: Watamu Marine Park

 Gedi Ruins

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Located 16 kilometers south of Malindi, Gedi dates back the 12th, century. It started as big city but latertowards the end of the 17th, century, the town was abandoned. Some of the attractions include, big mosque, small mosque, palace, annex, wells etc. Recent excavation that were done in 1999 by one French archaeologist revealed the existence of two great mosques at the ruins.

For more information visit: Gedi Ruins

Mida Creek

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Approximately 40kms north of Kilifi and 6kms from Gedi town is the mida creek which was set up and is run by a charitable habitat that is owned by a local youth group in collaboration with arabuko sokoke forest. It is a bird lovers paradise and with good luck you could see different types of migrant birds which include greater flamingos, Terek and sand plovers. The biggest attraction at mida creek is the 260 meter walk board. A memorable experience which you will live to remember. As you walk along the board, you will be able to see two different types of mangrove trees growing beneath the board.

Other facilities available include a restaurant and a mini bar.

Mnarani Ruins

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Close to what used to be the Kilifi ferry, is this old Swahili home dating back the 15th, century which youcan visit while on holiday in Kilifi.

Some of the attractions include scrambling walls of men’s mosque, women’s mosque, big mosque, small mosque, well, kibla, madrasa, courts, the sultans pillar tomb which is the main highlight plus several other tombs.

Cobra Village

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Just next to the Mnarani museum lays an attractive park where one can see different reptiles including the most poisonous vipers to the very friendly ones. Some of the reptiles include, green mamba, black mamba, puff adder, stripped bellied snake and the spitting cobra.

Hell’s Kitchen

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Located about 30kms outside Malindi town, hell’s kitchen is one place one shouldn’t miss while on holidayin Malindi. It is a natural landscape of eroded gullies and valleys which are beautiful to look at. It is advisable that tours to this place are organized early in the morning or late evening due to the place’s extremely high temperatures which sometimes go as high as 600C.

Jumba la Mtwana

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

A national monument which dates back the 14th century located about 15kms from the city of Mombasa and 5kms from Mtwapa town. The name Jumba la Mtwana is a Swahili word meaning the mansion of slave trade. From its few standing rusty walls the place is believed to have been once an Arab town.

Some of the attractions include the palace, Gents mosque, ladies mosque, courts, Kibla, well etc.
The presence of the mosques signifies that the village was once inhabited by muslims. According to archeologists some of the available broken crockery and other ceramic evidence depicts that the town was abandoned in the late 15th Century.

 Black Rocks (Mawe Meru)

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Some 40kms westwards along the Mavueni/Mariakani road are columns of black rocks or mawe meru in the local dialect. The rocks are used as a shrine by the locals who go there to pray and offer their sacrifices to their ancestral gods.

 Vasco Da Gama Pillar

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

The pillar and the cross are both made from original Portuguese limestone material. The monument has become the most renown attraction site for both local and international tourists visiting Malindi.

For more information visit: Vasco Da Gama Pillar

The Malindi Museum

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Some old artifacts used by the early Arabs who once settled in Malindi can are also found.It situated in the heart of Malindi town, and houses traditional artifacts of the culture and traditions of the coastal people especially the Mijikenda.

Some of the traditional items iclude musical instruments, utensils, tools, games, attire etc.

Takaungu Slave Market

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Takaungu is a small fishing town 50kms from Mombasa shortly before you arrive at Kilifi creek. It was a slave market back in the days of slavery along the East African coast.

7kms from the Malindi/Mombasa highway, just before the Kilifi creek stands an abandoned structure which dates back the 14th, century that once used to be the sultan’s palace. The rusty house with almost collapsing walls includes two rooms on the ground floor, a veranda with an inbuilt swimming pool plus three other rooms on the first floor.

The Portuguese Chapel

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Built in the 16th century by the Portuguese, the chapel has its eastern wall bearing the pulpit which was painted by the Portuguese.Outside the chapel is a graveyard for the Portuguese.Among those who buried there are the pioneer commander Mr. Lawford of the famous Lawford’s hotel and the first British DC of Malindi, Mr. Bell Smith.

Watamu Monument

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Overlooking the beach front of Temple Point hotel in Watamu is this historical site which is common to those who have once been residents at the hotel. This neglected historical sites could be dating back the 13th century when Malindi and Gedi were also occupied.

It could have been one of the Arab towns to be occupied along the eastern coast of East Africa before it was abandoned. The site has a lot of hidden history behind it pending archeological excavation to reveal the truth. Very little is known about the place. Those visiting the Watamu marine national park can see the monument from the beach.

River Rare Eco Centre & Nature Park

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Beautiful sceneries of rocky hills pave way for rock trekkers and walking safaris.Thee nature park is situated about 50kms north of Kilifi town. The seasonal River Rare which was once full has created a paradise for animals and birds which graze and drink water from the scattered water holes found along the river bed.

Caves are also part of the attraction and locals use them as shrines where they come to give  offerings and prayers to their ancestral gods.

Arabuko Soko National Reserve

Category: Tourist Attractions in Kilifi County

Arabuko-Sokoke Forest Reserve is the largest stretch of indigenous coastal dry forest remaining in Eastern Africa measuring about 400 square kilometers.. Located in Kilifi County, it runs parallel to the sea from Kilifi to Gede. The ecosystem comprises of three forest types, Mixed forest, Brachystegia Woodland and Cynometra, each containing different rare species of Birds, Mammals, Butterflies and Plants.

It is an Important Bird Area (IBA) and is second to Congo only in birdlife conservation  in africa with over 270 birds, 260 butterflies, 70 amphibians, 52 mammals  and 600 plants species.  The Sokoke Scops Owl, Sokoke Pipit, east coast akalat, Amani Sunbird and Spotted Ground Thrush are only found in the park and a few in Tanzania.


The nyari view point which gives the forest a birds eye view is the most spectacular event one shouldn’t miss while visiting the forest. It is situated about 14 kilometers from the forest’s Mida main entrance. For picnic lovers, a well protected picnic area is situated close to the view point.

For those who love adventure, a tree house is well built near a water hole where animals always come to drink water.

Note children below ten years are not recommended here.

How to get there:
It is located in Kilifi County between the towns of Kilifi and Malindi. It is 110km north of Mombasa, 45km from Kilifi and 20km south of Malindi. You can get there by road from Mombasa town through Kilifi or from Malindi town. You can fly in through the recently upgraded Malindi International Airport.

Where to stay:

  • Jamii Villas
  • Kitsapu Cottage bordering the forest along Mombasa – Malindi highway


  • Bird Watching
  • Butterfly watching
  • Guided walking safaris
  • Game drives
  • Camping
  • Cycling
  • Running
  • Nature trail

What to carry:

  • Drinking water, picnic items and camping equipment if you intend to stay overnight. Also useful are: binoculars, camera, hat, suncream, sunglasses, Note book, guidebooks and local tour guide.

Top Best Accommodation and Hotels in Kilifi County

Diamond Dream of Africa

Category: Hotels in Mombasa Kenya

Diamonds Dream of Africa, where the enchanting force of nature melds with the exotic Indo-Arabic architecture to create a hypnotic charm, which, in Swahili, is known as bembeleza.

For more information visit: Diamond Dream of Africa

Mnarani Club

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Mnarani Club is situated on the cliffs of Kilifi overlooking the Indian Ocean – a fantastic location in a peaceful and picturesque part of the north Kenyan coast. The atmosphere is relaxed and the service is always personal. The property was recently voted one of the top 10 bargain
hotels in Africa by Travelers’ Choice.

For more information visit: Mnarani Club

Sandies Tropical Village

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Sandies Tropical Village has been built according to kenyan tradition but features all modern comforts. An oasis of tranquillity, the resort is made up of 109 rooms located in the luscious tropical garden. A large beach with facilities, 2 restaurants and 3 bars complete the scene.

For more information visit: Sandies Tropical Village

 Kilili Baharini

Category: Hotels in Mombasa Kenya

Kilili Baharini is an exclusive complex, hidden within the greenery. It is the ideal place for complete relaxation and to experience an unforgettable part of Africa.

For more information visit: Kilili Baharini

Makuti Villas Resort

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Makuti Villas Resort is an elegant Resort located in Kilifi within a walking distance from Town. Guests will be delighted by the personal  & professional attention they receive.

For more information visit: Makuti Villas Resort

Pisces Villa

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Pisces Villa is located in Mambrui in the North Coast of Kenya .It is a luxurious 2 bedroom Villa with a private beach one minute away. It is the ideal choice for families and groups of friends wishing to enjoy an holiday at the beach .Guests can relax by the swimming pool or enjoy a game in the tennis court, at the football grounds or volleyball pitch. Personal massages are also offered.

For more information visit: Pisces Villa

Flamingo Villas

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Flamingo Villas Club is a cosy resort set in Mayungu, 15 minutes drive from Malindi Airport. The resort boasts being built in traditional African design with makuti roofs and verandas, surrounded by a lush tropical garden. Wi-Fi is available in public areas. The hotel has two restaurants onsite,one on the beach which serves grilled seafood for lunch and another inside the hotel serving breakfast and dinner. The pool bar also serves free tea, coffee and cakes every afternoon. The hotel houses an outdoor swimming pool and organizes tribal dances/acrobats from Kenyan ethnic groups in the evenings.

For further information please visit: Flamingo Villas

Pavillion Hill Apartment

Category: Hotels in Kilifi

Pavillion Hill Apartment is a pocket friendly beach resort located in the heart of Malindi, Kenya.The apartments location makes it an ideal destination for a family getaway or a group of friends looking for a destination close to the beach.

For more information visit: Pavillion Hill Apartment

Bofa Beach Resort

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Bofa Beach Resort is is a cosy hotel built on Bofa Road, the second row of the Bofa Beach, Kilifi, Kenya. The resort offers airport shuttle services, room and babysitting services.The on site restaurant serves delicious local and continental dishes. Self-catering and outdoor dining facilities are also available at the resort.

For more information visit:  Bofa Beach Resort

Kilifi Maghreb

Category: Hotels in Kilifi County

Kilifi Maghreb is a beach villa close to the sea in Kilifi, Kenya. The property is ideal for relaxing and enjoying the coastal air under the canopies of indigenous trees and a perfect destination for honeymoon lovers and a family getaway.Complimentary breakfast is served daily. The onsite restaurant serves local and continental dishes including sea foods . Guests could also prepare meals at the kitchen which is equipped with kitchen utensils,gas cooker,microwave, refrigerator and tea coffee making facilities.

For more information visit: Kilifi Maghreb

  1. Hotel Titanic
  2. Baobab Lodge Resort
  3. Kilifi Bay Beach Resort

 List of Hotels in Watamu

Comprehensive list of all Hotels, Lodges, Camps and Accommodation in Watamu – Mombasa Kenya, their addresses (postal and physical), contacts (telephone and e-mail) and a link to the hotel website

  1. Garoda Resort – Watamu Kenya
  2. Frog Guesthouse – Watamu Kenya
  3. Al Hamra House – Watamu Kenya
  4. Hemingways Resort – Watamu Kenya
  5. Ocean Sport Resort – Watamu Kenya
  6. Blue Bay Village – Watamu Kenya
  7. Aquarius Beach Resort – Watamu Kenya
  8. Ascot Residence – Watamu Kenya
  9. Peponi Cottages – Watamu Kenya
  10. Jua Kali House – Watamu Kenya
  11. Beachview Cottages – Watamu Kenya
  12. Lonno Lodge – Watamu Kenya
  13. Ocean Breeze Apartments – Watamu Kenya
  14. Tembo Village – Watamu Kenya
  15. Crystal Bay – Watamu Kenya
  16. Chiky Villa – Watamu Kenya
  17. Giriama Residence – Watamu Kenya
  18. Jacaranda Beach Resort – Watamu Kenya
  19. Msoloni Village – Watamu Kenya
  20. Turtle Bay Beach Club – Watamu Kenya

Kilifi County News

For more information and news about Kilifi County visit the official website.

Kilifi County Contacts

Office of The County Secretary,
P.O Box 519 – 80108,
E-Mail: [email protected]

Kilifi County Website

Kilifi County Video