Accommodation In Arabuko Sokoke
This Accommodation In Arabuko Sokoke National Park. Jonjoloka House certainly a lovely house set on two acres of indigenous and exotic tropical plants and trees. Just seven minutes’ walk from the white sandy beaches of the Watamu Marine Reserve. Mida Creek and the mangroves are a ten-minute stroll away. Jonjoloka is not on the beach but close to both Watamu South Beach. And Mida Creek and is a convenient five minute drive from various shops, hotels and restaurants.
The house can accommodate up to eight guests contains two double bedrooms and a twin room. All of which are en suite. The house also features an expansive veranda with two further beds on it.
There is a lovely terrace upstairs, and a veranda downstairs; as well as a barbecue area and a lovely swimming pool where the whole family can relax. The house fully staffed including a cook.
DOUM PALM AND THE ECO TOWER.
Doum Palm & Eco Tower is a cozy accommodation located in Watamu Kenya. The house sits in original coastal forest with direct access to the sea, about a hundred meters’ path down to one of the best and least populated beaches in Kenya.
Duom Palm contains three double bedrooms and several other places where single guests can sleep. There is a living room, dining room, three bathrooms, a kitchen and sleepy veranda for outdoor relaxation. The Gazebo contains a hammock. Upstairs one 4-Poster-Swahili double bed with en suite toilet and laundry room, beautiful mosaic balcony with sea view.
Watamu Treehouse is situated on one of the most picturesque stretches of Watamu beach, ideally located right opposite the Coral Gardens of the Marine Park. Built high in the trees, its unique architecture affords a 360-degree panorama of the Indian Ocean coastline on one side and native forest on the other. Watamu Treehouse has seven bedrooms, all of which are ensuite. There are also a number of other beds and sleeping areas and you can sleep up to about 20 in the two towers. There is everything you need here for a wonderful holiday. The house consists of two towers in the trees, linked by bridges, stairways and ramps.
Most of the building was deliberately set above the beautiful coastal forest – for the stunning views and the cooling breeze, and also to avoid unnecessary damage to the natural environment. The house has no windows – just frames around vistas of nature in all its glory. You share the forest with the birds, insects, small mammals, reptiles and primates. Unusually for the East Coast of Africa, Watamu Treehouse offers a complete 360 degree horizon, affording sensational views of sunsets over forests, coconut plantations and Mida Creek, as well as sunrises and moonrises over the Indian Ocean.