Alleyne House Bofa Beach Kilifi | Kenya
Beach House For Rent During Your Holiday in Kilifi |
House is a private rental Home situated right on Bofa
Beach in Kilifi. You can rent the house and have you
own home away from home. Kilifi is the first Town North
of Mombasa about half-way to Malindi. Kilifi Town is
60 kilometers North of Mombasa on the Mombasa-Malindi
highway. Alleyne House Kilifi is about 2 kilometers
past the police station in Kilifi just before the Mara
Engai Indian Ocean Retreat)
House - Kilifi, Kenya
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House Kilifi is a Beach home/ Beach house on
the Indian Ocean Kenya Kilifi and can accommodate up
to 6 guests. Alleyne House is a simple house situated
right on Bofa Beach in Kilifi. You can rent it and thus
have you own home away from home.
House in Kilifi has a permanent house
servant/ caretaker called Ndurya will cook simple dishes,
clean, wash and iron 'except ladies underwear) There
is also a gardener and a night watchman. They do not
live in the main house. Shehe goes home after duty and
returns in the morning. The gardener has his own little
house on the plot but you'll not be disturbed.
House in Kilifi has one large bedroom with twin beds,
a smaller one with twin beds and an even smaller one
with twin beds. Mattresses, pillows, blankets and mosquito
nets are provided, with the two lager rooms having walk
The small bathroom has
a bath, shower, basin and toilet with water heated by
electricity which is switched on in the kitchen and
should be turned off when not required. There is an
open shower behind the kitchen to rinse off after swimming.
keep showers to a minimum necessity, since water is
worth a lot in Kilifi and not always available in abundance.
The kitchen has a gas stove and a fridge with internal
deep freeze. There is an extra fridge in the dining
area for cold water and drinks. Local fisherman will
usually bring fish to the door when weather permits.
town centre has a shopping centre and a supermarket
(Al-Anwar) stocking groceries, bread, milk, sugar, flower,
cans and all usual requirements 'except items forbidden
for muslims. The Market nearby has fruits and vegetables
and there is a good butchery close by.
are three pharmacies and at least two shops, a Tuskys
now too.....stocking beer, wine, spirits and water.
There is also an ATM at Barclays bank that accepts Visa
and Master cards. The post office is close to the market.
There is also a petrol station which can provide minor
car services, fuel, batteries and tire service.
House Kilifi Accommodation Prices
Alleyne House is a simple house situated
right on Bofa Beach, Kilifi where there is no mass tourism
House offers the following amenities and services:
Linen and towels are provided
1 Double bedroom with twin beds
2 Smaller rooms with 2 twin beds each
Mosquito nets and blankets are provided
A Large enclosed veranda, used as living area
Staff include a houseman/ cook, gardener and night guard
Mode of Payment
House Day Trips
& Safaris from Kilifi
Trip to Mida Creek from Alleyne House Kilifi
Creek is large, from the spectacular entrance from the
sea, with its dramatic water currents and coral outcrops,
up to the far ends that are a tangled ribbon of channels
and sandbanks, and the ideal places for wetland birds
to feed at low tide.
6kms long, the creek has many narrower brackish and
fresher tributaries where the waters are still and clear,
and the mangrove forest is enveloping.
creek is a large creek lined with mangrove forest and
renowned for its waders, kingfishers and crab plovers.
Bird watching, fishing, mangrove walks, and leisure
boat trips can be arranged by several groups in Watamu.
Water skiing and other water sports are also available.
Rides on Kilifi Creek/ Fishing Trips
game fishing is widely available on the North coast.
There are many highly skilled local operators in Malindi.
Hemingway's Hotel in Watamu is a fishing resort with
an excellent international reputation. Excellent boats
with state of the art equipment are available for full
and half day charter.
main game fish include Sailfish and Marlin, Kingfish,
Wahoo, Horse Mackerel and others. A tag and release
program ensures eco-friendly fishing. Big game fishing
can be arranged in season (December-March).
Gedi Ruins are one of Kenya and East Africa's great
mysteries. The puzzle surrounding this abandoned town
adds to its haunting beauty that captivates and frightens
locals and tourists alike to this day. It is thought
that the town was founded in the early 13th Century
due to finds like a Ming China vase and Venetian glass.
Gedi was then mysteriously abandoned in the late 17th
reason that this may have occurred is due to tribes
from the north migrating down into the forest where
Gedi lies and forcing the inhabitants out. However the
main puzzle is that there are no records of the town
in Portuguese, Arabic or Swahili scripts.
it lies 2 miles outside Watama on the Malindi to Mombasa
road it was close to other settlements, yet no references
have been found to date. Pottery was found from all
over the world suggesting a centre of trade and therefore
the obscurity of Gedi in records is even more intriguing.
The outlay is like a typical medieval Swahili town.
Points of interest are the Palace and Great Mosque.
Also interesting is the amazingly uniform and sophisticated
toilets. Today Gedi is a glorious ruined town that has
intermingled with the jungle.
Beach situated 20 kilometers south of Malindi town hosts
a delightful Marine park covering 30 km of coastline.
Breathtaking coral gardens teem with brightly colored
tropical fish and the tranquil Mida Creek borders an
ancient mangrove forest.
is a haven for snorkeling enthusiasts and avid or novice
scuba divers as it harbors one of the world's most spectacular
marine parks . Motorized water sports are not available.
Watamu is about 170 km from Mombasa Airport with a transfer
time of approximately 2 hours.
Africa off the beaten track with Bike the Coast: local
people in their settlements and traditional African
villages, palm- and mango-tree forests, different climate
zones, fantastic views on Creeks and the Mombasa North
Coast Area, bush along the Indian Ocean....Bike the
Coast offers guided half day Bush-Tours on safe unpaved
roads with no traffic. With the mountain-bike you come
closer to the local life than with any other mean. All
the equipment provided.
places of Interest from Kilifi
Watamu Turtle Watch
Kilifi Creek and Vuma Caves
Windsurfing & kite surfing in Kilifi
Nguuni Nature Sanctuary, Mombasa
Haller Park (Bamburi Nature Trail), Mombasa
Golfing at Nyali Golf & Country Club, Mombasa
Ngomongo Villages is a sustainable eco-cultural tourist
Bobmbolulu workshops are located along the north coast
Arabuko-Sokoke National Reserve is the largest stretch
of coastal forest
Tana River and Kora National Reserve is the only home
of the Hunter's antelope
Mamba Village, which is situated in Nyali, is East Africa?s
largest crocodile farm
Malindi is about 55 km's from Malindi Town and driving
takes about 1 hours 15 minutes
Yuls Restaurant for Indian Curries & Masalas, Angus-Steaks,
Giant Burgers and grilled Seafood
Kipepeo butterfly Centre sells butterfly and moth pupae
and other live insects as well as honey and silk cloth
produced by the community. Our pupae are exported and
the live insects hatched and displayed in insect parks
Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya. Lying next
to the Indian Ocean, it has a major port and an international
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House (Holiday Home for Rent) Bofa Beach, Kilifi - Kenya
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