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How to get to Kilifi Beach House

There are multiple ways to get to Kilifi Beach House and Villa from abroad. You can fly into one of the three closest airports to Kilifi: Vipingo Ridge Airstrip, Moi International Airport (MBA) in Mombasa or Malindi Airport (MYD).

There are several airlines that service these airports:

Once you land at any of these airports, you will be met by our team for a road transfer to Kilifi Beach House and Villa with your bags. From each airport there will be a short drive to the property:

Mombasa: 2 hour drive

Malindi: 1 hour drive

Vipingo: 30 minute drive

On the way, you will drive through coastal towns where you can admire spectacular views of ocean landscapes, white sand beaches, creeks, birdlife, and small villages. We will provide you with beverages and snacks for the journey.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the weather like in Kenya?

The weather in Kilifi, Kenya is pleasant throughout the year, with an average of over 25 degrees celsius in summer and winter. The nights are cooler - around 20 degrees celsius but can dip as low as 15 degrees in June, July, August, September & October.

Can I bring a laptop, iPad, expensive camera, etc.?

Kilifi Beach House suggests traveling as light as possible to minimize the risk of damage or loss of items. The properties have 24-hour security and there are safes in each room where you can deposit your belongings for safekeeping. Kilifi Beach House also has Wi-Fi access across the property so you can choose to be on or off the grid as much as you wish.

What will my meals be like at Kilifi Beach House?

The food at Kilifi Beach House is thoughtfully designed and prepared under an amazing team of local chefs and cooks. You can expect meals that incorporate authentic local tastes as well as Western favourites. Much of the food you will be eating is part of what we call our “1-mile diet”, which celebrates the offerings of our community by sourcing food locally. We prioritise farm-to-table practices, sourcing the freshest ingredients from nearby fishermen and local fruit and vegetable growers. We are also able to accommodate any dietary needs- just let us know before you leave for your trip.

What are other notable places to see and visit around Kilifi, Kenya?

For history and culture enthusiasts, visit Fort Jesus in Mombasa or explore the ancient ruins at Gedi. For naturalists, visit the Arabuko Sokoke Forest or explore the coral gardens at Watamu Marine Reserve. For adventure seekers, play golf at Vipingo Ridge or try your hand at a variety of water sports on the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean.

What time zone is Kenya in?

Kenya is on EAT (East Africa Time). It is three hours ahead of Coordinated Universal TIME (UTC+03:00).

Is there filtered water?

Yes, there is filtered water at Kilifi Beach House. There are filtered water stations around the property so you can refill your water bottle throughout the day.

What is the electrical voltage in Kenya?

Plugs in Kenya take 240v. Kenya’s outlets are plug type G - three rectangular pins in a triangular pattern.

Is there a minimum age for guests?

Kilifi Beach House welcomes participants of all ages to visit - there is something fun and unique for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are a family, a couple, or travelling with your company or on a group tour, each trip is tailored to your needs.

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