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activities at Vipingo
Activities in Vipingo Ridge make the most of the area's beautiful clear waters, wild nature trails and more. Biking, golf and horse riding are all to be enjoyed as part of the outdoor experience, along with numerous watersports, including kitesurfing and snorkelling in the Kuruwitu marine park. Hikes, dhow-trips and deep-sea fishing are available year-round, giving you the chance to discover the spoils of Kenya's incredible coastline.
Once a cement quarry, now a world famous protected ecological area of great beauty, teeming with luscious plantlife, giraffe, hippo, buffalo, reptiles and birds.
Experience classic horseback riding on beautiful nature trails within the secure estate.
Set sail on Kilifi's fascinating creek at sundown and enjoy the views aboard a traditional Swahili dhow.
Enjoy a laid-back game with friends on the natural court of soft white sand at the Beach Club.
Learn how this award-winning charity has helped to protect and care for endangered turtles via beach clean-ups, data collection and rehabilitation programmes.Click here for more information
Take a day to discover Kenya's oldest city - explore the historic Fort Jesus and old town, wander the bustling markets and try the growing repertoire of world-class restaurants.
Explore the haunting beauty of these historical sites and ancient Swahili settements.Click here for more information
Explore the ridge on two wheels by cycling paths within the estate. Or, for the more adventurous, carve fresh trails through sun-kissed landscape further afield.
Dive below the surface to discover the Indian Ocean’s colourful underworld.
Whether you prefer a gentle stroll or something more energetic to start or end your day, there are beautiful shaded nature trails for you to follow throughout the estate.
Make the most of the coastal lifestyle - living the life aquatic on Indian Ocean waves. From sailing and kayaking to waterskiing and windsurfing, there are lots of options to choose from.
Pack a picnic and head to the shores of 'Lake Victoria' to the north of the estate. The fresh water is stocked with plenty of fish to catch and release. Or, for the adrenaline-seekers, experience deep-sea fishing at its finest in the rich waters of the Indian Ocean.
Have a knock about with friends on all-weather courts warmed by Africa’s sun.
Unleash your inner explorer and go on a day safari to the Arabuko Sokoke Forest or on a longer trip to spot elephants or the rare sable antelope among the romantic Shimba Hills.