15-09-2017 di redazione
A great day to show that everyone in Watamu cares for the environment and the cleanliness of their own white and beautiful beach.
From Jacaranda Bay (with the homonymous resort at the top of the day) to Temple Point, the entire coastline of the resort will be sifted by Kenya Wildlife Service operators and volunteers from the Watamu Marine Association.
This is the International Coastal Clean Up Day, an event that is held all over the world at the same time, Saturday 16 September from 8 to 10 in the morning and in which everyone can (it should be said that they should) participate: residents, tourism activities, ordinary Kenyan and foreign citizens and also tourists. Because the environment is a value to everyone, the Kenyan environment is a beautiful environment that is worth protecting especially to be even more attractive for those who come to visit and want to enjoy it fully, as well as to teach civilization to children, menefreghist tourists and that part of the local population not yet accustomed that care and attention for their own home, as well as a "modus vivendi", can also be part of a business.
Watamu may seem at first glance to be one of the many villages on the African coast, consisting simply of a small cluster of hotels, a strip of private houses on the beach, a cluttered and poor village shaded by...
Watamu increasingly Very Important Persons, and summer never ends.
Now the resort town of Kenya has taken the place of Malindi and many other destinations once called "exclusive."
Times have changed and today the white beaches and the crystal clear sea...
With all the problems caused by the lack of tourism in Kenya over the past year, due to the well-known causes of force majeure, there is some small relief that concerns Nature and the animal world.
A new, very nice "chiringuito" looks out onto the captivating setting of the Watamu beach meeting points.
In the bay of Fortamu, facing the island of love and just a few meters from