I was back in Watamu for some serious unwinding.

It’s the people who make this the place, always happy for a smile and a greeting.whether its exploring the lost wonders of Gede  – (a National Museum site and a window into the mysterious past of this stretch of coastline) or staying at  the leading player in the all-inclusive holiday market  resort –   Turtle Bay . The only coastal property to receive a gold rating from Ecotourism Kenya and remains committed to protection of the surrounding environment, Watamu is the perfect place to kick back, chill out and relax. There is so much to see and do in and around Watamu that you will be spoilt for choice. With pristine beaches as far as the eye can see and crystal clear waters above an underwater world of wonders you can snorkel, dive, kite,  and more.

Beyond the beach you’ll find the peaceful tropical forests of Arabuko Sokoke, have encounters with reptiles  or explore the  restaurants, local handicrafts and culture all waiting to be discovered.

And of course you can rest, relax and explore inner space on a yoga retreat or just lay back and let the days drift by- the Watamu Way.

Watamu is an excellent family destination. Watch my video to find out how.

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