Welcome to Diani Beach Kenya

Daini Beach Kenya is often referred to as a collective term for a group of interconnected beaches located south of Mombasa that make up Diani Beach. Two of the most popular beaches in Kenya are Diani Beach and Galu Beach, which each stretch for 15 kilometers over powdery white sand. Additionally, there are beaches such as Tiwi, Diani, Galu, Kikondo, and Chale that are also worth visiting on a Kenya Safari Tour to Diani Beach.

The unique white sand that adorns our beautiful beach is blindingly white and ultra-fine, which in low tide can stretch as far as 150 meters. Diani Beach is protected by a shallow lagoon followed by a coral reef that is located about 1km from the low water mark. Aside from providing protection from the ocean, these islands also provide ideal conditions for swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, kite surfing, and water sports like windsurfing and kiteboarding. The culture of the island not only revolves around beaches, but also active recreations. Across a wide range of ocean coasts, and just like on many other coastlines, stable winds provide good wave configurations. However, their height is significantly reduced by reefs, which are not very far from the shore.

A lot of people are familiar with the Diani Beach area because of its white and extremely fine sand, which has a consistency that is more like that of flour. Holidaymakers love to go fishing on their vacations as it is one of their favorite pastimes. Tuna, blue marlins, striped marlins, black marlins, dorado, barracuda, swordfish are just some of the fish that you can catch. A short distance from the beaches of Diani, on the other side of the Kongo River, lies Diani - Chale Marine National Park and Reserve, which is extremely popular with diving enthusiasts and snorkelers who come in large numbers to observe the exotic species of the Indian Ocean.