||Ocean Sports Hotel - Watamu
Ocean Sports Hotel is a small, family owned and managed beach hotel located in the Watamu National Marine Park. Very casual, laid back and relaxed, Ocean Sports has long been the location of choice for travelers wanting a break on the beach. The Ocean Sports Hotel sits on Turtle Bay beach, a three-mile stretch of dazzling white sand, leading down to a warm, clear turquoise sea, protected by fascinating coral reefs.
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• The Ocean Sports Hotel has 15 double bedrooms, each with ensuite bathroom a private verandah and ceiling fans.
• There are also a number of family cottages which may be taken on a half board basis or may be rented as a self catering house where a cook and cleaner are provided, but you arrange your own food and drink.
Culinary and Dining Experience At Ocean Sports Hotel Located On The Watamu Beach, Malindi Area as an Indian Ocean Beach Hotel in Kenya
• The Ocean Sports Hotel has a restaurant, which makes use of the fresh seafood and fish that is brought to the door on a daily basis.
• Locally farmed vegetables and fresh ground spices make for delicious meals.
Relaxation Experience and Activities At Ocean Sports Hotel Located On The Watamu Beach, Malindi Area as an Indian Ocean Beach Hotel in Kenya
• Water Sports: Swimming pool, tennis court, squash court and gym available for all guests.
• Deep Sea Fishing
• Snorkeling or Diving in The Marine Park
• Day Trip to Mombasa: specifically organized day trips to Mombasa including visits to the following; Akamba woodcarvers, Hindu Temple, Old Town & Port, Fort Jesus, spice market. Lunch on the famous Tamarind Dhow followed by a visit to the Bamburi Nature Trail and return to Malindi.
• Tana River Delta: situated by an outlet of the mighty Tana River, on the curve of the beaches and huge dunes marking the edges of Formosa Bay, it is one of the remotest camps on the Kenya coast and totally unspoilt. Accommodation is in tents thatched with Doum palm. This is where the African bush meets the Indian Ocean. Beach-combing expeditions are interspersed with bird watching and boat trips down the Delta channels. You can either drive from Malindi to the Delta or fly by private charter.
• Visit Lamu: The flight to Lamu is a quick 30 minutes, travelling low over the coastline. The Lamu Archipelago is a cluster of low-lying desert-like islands north of the Tana Delta. Lamu has a complete Swahili flavor, with lots of Arab influence, narrow streets and numerous mosques. Donkey's and carts are the main modes of transport. There are a variety of hotels and guesthouses either in Lamu town or further north at Shella where there are long stretches of deserted beaches. A daily scheduled air service is operated from Malindi. You can either fly up for a day or maybe a couple of nights.
• Visit Tsavo National Park: Safaris can be organized from the Ocean Sports Hotel to the Tsavo National Park. Accommodation will be in tented camps and usually for two or three nights. All the main species of game may be seen in Tsavo; Elephants, Buffalo, Lion, Cheetah, Leopard, Rhino and many different varieties of antelope. Tsavo is also famous for it's prolific bird life.