An exclusive tour for all the romantics of the world! With a professional and local guide, you will visit the most romantic places in the city. Malindi has plenty of attractions that are sure to make your romantic experience in Kenya a memorable one. You will feel spellbound in a charming atmosphere. What is considered one of the best places to have a date in the city? Where can you take lovely photos? You will be surprised to know hidden historical love stories in the streets, buildings, and parks of Malindi city. From heartbreaking and tragic to hilarious or spicy ones. What makes “Mamasavana” so special for couples? What is the beautiful love story of Lomi and Totò during the colonial period? How did they fight for their love? This tour is especially recommended in the Saint Valentine period.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Transportation

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Malindi Museum

    The museum is devoted to the history of ethnic groups on the Kenyan coast and the marine animals that inhabit it.

  • 2

    Malindi Museum & Web Library

    Malindi Museum, the House of Columns, dates back to 1891 when it is initially thought to have been an Indian trader’s house. In 2002 renovations to the building began with funds from the German Embassy. The building was opened to the public as a Museum in 2004. Currently, Malindi Museum hosts the Coelacanth Exhibition and the Webb library, which has plenty of books and journals on subjects of your choice.

  • 3

    Portuguese Chapel

    The Portuguese Chapel is a small building in the southern part of the town. It was built before St. Francis Xavier visited Malindi in 1542. It is where St. Francis buried one of the sailors who died on his ship. The Chapel's southeast wall had a crucifix painted by the Portuguese. Outside the Chapel was a graveyard of Portuguese tombstones, but today there are many modern graves, among them of Malindi pioneer Commander Lawford of Lawford Hotel and J. Bell Smith was the first British Administrator for Malindi.

  • 4

    Vasco da Gama Pillar

    Vasco Da Gama built the Vasco Da Gama pillar in 1499 to welcome ships to the harbor. It is the oldest remaining European Monument in tropical Africa. It was initially located near the Sheikhs palace in town, but then Christian connotation caused discontent among Muslims and was soon taken down. Later under Portuguese insistence, it was set up in its present location in the 16th Century.

Meeting Point

Malindi Museum, Malindi, Kenya See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.