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February 2011

February 2011 News


I took one of my friends called Ryan to 1 day safari to Tsavo East and full day dolphin watching, snorkelling where there were many sea creatures to see and Mida creek with the barbeque. 

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Also did a full day deep sea fishing with the Vuma boat and it was wonderful as you can see from the photos below.

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Took a group of 6 Italian friends from Mawe Resort in Watamu, four of them went 2 days safari to Tsavo East and the other 2 went 3 days safari to Tsavo East and Amboseli. We also went for a full day dolphin watching and Mida Creek.


Also we went to the Orphanage called God Our father Children’s Home in Watamu and distributed some presents to the children and they had a good time.

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Bye for now




April 2010 News

April 2010 News

Hello Everyone

The Wildman Triathlon organised by the Turtle Bay Hotel entertained many people this month. Many guests and the village people participated and some won some cheques, air tickets to and fro Nairobi and others 3 days buffet in the Turtle Bay Hotel.




The manager of the Turtle Bay Hotel also participated in the competition which was swimming, cycling and running and did very well.



The Ocean Sports Hotel was closed from 18th to 28th April. The beach is covered by a lot of sea weeds and the sea is very rough with strong currents and the fishing boats are not going out anymore for fishing. Some boats were docked at Captain Andy’s place at the creek for repairs waiting for the other fishing season.


Kingi Safaris is now on Facebook if you would like to join us.





March 2009 News

March Blog


The change of wind direction which is marking the end of the summer makes the sea to bring a lot of seaweeds and plastic materials, which makes the beaches dirty for lying and walking. School children and the Beach Boys volunteer themselves by removing all the plastic materials from the beaches and burying the sea weeds.

The Hemmingways fishing competition attracts many fishermen and tourists from all over the world. Its always organised by the Captain Morgan and his friends. They do the tag and release.

The new Eco Camp at Mida Creek in the mangroves forest also makes a good place for the tourists to camp and enjoy the beautiful views of the creek. Flamingoes and many other birds can be seen clearly and producing beautiful colours when flying. It’s a good place for the bird watchers.

Best wishes




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