Escape to a Bougainvillea Oasis

Indulge in a symphony of blooms, sun, and laughter at Malindi Retreat, where every moment feels like a dream come true. Imagine yourself lounging by the pool, surrounded by lush palm trees and vibrant bougainvillea vines. The water shimmers, reflecting the hues of the sky above—inviting you to dive in or simply bask in the warmth of the sun.

A Bougainvillea Oasis


Savour the Moment

Here, relaxation takes center stage. Let the stresses of everyday life melt away as you unwind with a coastal massage or sip a refreshing cocktail poolside.

As the gentle sea breeze whispers through the air, you’ll find yourself immersed in a sense of tranquility unlike any other.

Hospitality at its Finest

Step into our world of hospitality, where every guest is greeted with a warm smile and personalized service. Whether you’re here for a romantic honeymoon or a fun-filled family holiday, Malindi Retreat is your home away from home—a place where memories are made and cherished for a lifetime.



A Feast for the Senses

Embark on a culinary adventure at our local restaurants, where freshly caught seafood, traditional Swahili dishes, and tantalizing Italian flavors await. From succulent prawns to fragrant biryani, every bite will tantalize your taste buds and leave you craving more.

Activities in Malindi

This is the last large, protected fragment of East African Coastal forest, and home to four endangered mammals and six threatened birds.

Gede Ruins is a 12th Century Swahili village that was mysteriously abandoned some 600 years ago. It is now a National Museum.

It is a large tidal inlet lined with mangrove forest and renowned for its waders, kingfishers and crab plovers.

This park is endowed with aquatic life and is home to over 600 species of fish, dolphins, turtles, anemones, crabs, lobsters, sea cucumbers, prawns, octopuses and diverse birdlife.

This is a beautiful private zoo featuring an extensive collection of birds of prey and other animals. 

Also known as Marafa, Hells Kitchen is a sandstone canyon outside of Malindi, Kenya. Known locally as Nyari – “the place broken by itself” – it was once a great sandstone ridge worn by wind, rain, and floods into a series of jagged gorges. 

This is a unique site unknown to many people with a golden sandy beach in Mambrui. The place is very beautiful, expansive and private.


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