Backpackers, Beaches and a Big Burning man: My Christmas in Kilifi By Calum Warriner

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We all know that Kenya is famous for one of nature’s most incredible spectacles; the great wildebeest migration. Perhaps what is less well known around the globe is the mass migration down to the coast for the festive season. If people aren’t heading up country to see the family, then you can bet your bottom shilling they’re making this annual journey to kick back on little piece of white beach and soak up the sun. A trip I was privileged enough to round off 2015 with and one that will leave anyone from the northern hemisphere swapping they’re stocking for a snorkel, and they’re hot coco for an ice cold tusker! Here are just a few of my thoughts, experiences, tid bits and tips. Those I can remember anyway 😉

The majority of my stay on the coast was spent in the lovely little town of Kilifi, about 56Km northeast…

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2 thoughts on “Backpackers, Beaches and a Big Burning man: My Christmas in Kilifi By Calum Warriner”

  1. I have no word to say for all article of Zuru Kenya, since all complete information about destination, transportation, flight and wild interesting. This is complete travel information and news for Kenya, i hope it will grow become all over Africa continent. Absolutely complete travel information for Kenya. Great job

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