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A.must see location when in the Malindi/Watamu area. Go early morning as it gets fiercely hot as the day progresses. (the clue is in the name) get some great photos. Book a local guide for a half day trip, the tour operators charges are exhorbitant.
A small canyon near Malindi in Kenya not as impressive as other canyons I have visited and only worth a visit if you are in the area as the road is difficult and you might be accompanied by small children pestering you for money.
The friends I was with were more impressed with this place than I was, I think because I've seen many spectacular canyons in my travels to other places. A few recommendations: 1. order lunch before going for a walk so they can pick up the...More
Headed here from Malindi. Initially the main highway roads were very good, if you discount the army checkpoint at the bridge and their ' monetary' expectation to allow you on your way. Then the roads disappear into a dirt track with horrendous potholes - really...More
This is Kenya's equivalent of the Grand Canyon. It is spectacular. It is known locally as Nyari, a Kigiriama word which means the place broken by itself.
Getting there is easy and there is convenient public transport from Malindi. The smaller Nissan matatus are better...More
Visited in April 2017, the natural-forest ambience was quite welcoming. The colourful rock formation and the natural forest around made us spend more time.
Thank you to the guide who was very knowledgeable is issues of birds and environment.
For a visit to this place,...More