Fishing substitutes agricultural activity and here visitors can enjoy their holiday with a day out fishing.
Explore Towns Gazi This town was known as the headquarters of Mbaruk bin Rashid, a notorious slave trader who claimed descent from the Mazrui dynasty ousted by the Omani capture of Fort Jesus in 1828.
It is also here where you will find the Gazi Women’s Mangrove Boardwalk, a community project started in 2006 to protect the mangrove that line Gazi Bay.
More interesting is the wildlife found here which includes mudskipper crabs, the dazzling kingfisher and various marine birds.
Mtwapa It is in this growing town that you will find lively yachting, restaurants and nightlife scene.
With a beach lodge built in an inspired Swahili style, Funzi Key offers various activities such as snorkeling and scuba diving.
Beaches and Islands Bamburi and Shanzu Beaches Forming a 10 km stretch of classic Indian Ocean coastline- white sand, swaying palms and turquoise blue water hemmed by offshore reefs, this is a beach which can leave your holiday a moment to remember.This is the area that harbors the richest marine life of any Kenyan reserve.On a boat trip to the island, it is possible to see one of the five dolphin specie.From the line of settlers starting with Shirazi Arabs who integrated with the Swahili community reflects the large stone cities constructed at the port.Islam is the main religion with a nine tribe known as the “miji kenda” whose ancestors migrated southwards from the northern border region in the 17th century.Also in the activity list is water sports such as diving, snorkeling, windsurfing and game fishing.