“Fabulous place, excellent hosts and staff – good local food and plenty of local excoursions giving you a experience well worth coming back for- we did! ” – Trip Advisor

Your very private beach holiday resort… away from the “tourist track”

Area description

The property is situated in Msambweni in Kwale, a costal province in Kenya. Mombasa, Kenya`s second largest city, is approx. 50 km. north of Kaskazi Beach House. Diani Beach, a popular tourist destination, is 22 km away.

The best beaches in Kenya are here on the south coast. The climate is perfect, normally between 27 and 32 C all year, with a mild breeze from the sea. Water temperature normally around 22 – 25 C. It is normally sunny all year, except April to June where there may be some rainy days. There could also be a “short” rain at other times of the year too, but normally not for long. Because of the nice, warm climate, and the mild breeze from the sea, we avoid noicy aircondition. But all rooms has fans, if you want to use them.

Diani, a well known tourist resort, is situated approx. 22 km / 25 minutes drive north of Kaskazi Beach House. In Diani you will find all tourist facilities, hotels, banks, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and modern hospitals. A superb 18 holes golf course is at your disposal. We will arrange transport.

Behind the long, coral-white beaches, are the green hills of Shimba Hills game reserve, a tropical, jungle reserve overlooking the ocean.  

Approx. 20 km south of Kaskazi is the Lunga Lunga border crossing to Tanzania.

The property of Kaskazi Beach House is situated close to the village Msambweni. Here the friendly Digo tribe live in their traditional houses. The area is completly safe, you can walk alone at the beach or visit the village if you like.

There are only a few houses on the approx 2 km. stretch of white coral beach. The few small, secluded tourist units (no mass tourism) are among the most “up-market” destinations in Kenya. The beach has, in one of the largest travel magazines, been described as the “secret treasure” of Kenya.