Overlooking the environmentally protected Malindi Marine Park, Sandies Coconut Village is a 4-star all-inclusive resort ideal for families. Package includes return airport transfers, accommodation, all meals and most drinks, daily activities and non-professional windsurfing equipment.
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Day 1 Transfer from Mombasa Airport to Coconut Village, one way
Accomodation at Sandies Coconut Village in a Superior Pool View Room on a Fully Inclusive basis for 7 nights.
Sandies Coconut Village includes the following:
All meals and snacks, soft drinks, fruit juices, beer, house wine, tea and coffee, selected spirits, gymnastic daily activities, latin dance course, non-professional windsurfing equipment, archery, table tennis, evening animation programme, and discotheque at the nearby Sandies Tropical Village.
The Superior Beachfront Rooms are situated in two-level bungalow blocks with private terraces, overlooking the pool. Each room is furnished Swahili style with a queen-size canopy bed and mosquito net, large en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower, and an African sofa on the terrace. Facilities in the room include air-conditioning and ceiling fan, mini-fridge, personal in-room safe, and hairdryer.
Day 8 Transfer from Coconut Village to Mombasa Airport, one way
Are you bored of the classic beach holiday format? Beach one day, pool the next, back to the beach? Are you interested in actually exploring your holiday destination, enjoying its cuisine and culture ?
To share a big adventure together and see the exciting wildlife in beautiful African settings has all the ingredients of a unique family holiday. Add in easy access to beaches and the chance to come into contact with other cultures in a friendly non commercial environment and you have a holiday of a lifetime.
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Accommodation as specified
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Transfers as per itinerary
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Malaria Prophylaxis Recommendations
Both chloroquine resistant and normal strains of malaria are prevalent in Africa. Malaria is transmitted by some female Anopheles mosquitoes, which are active in the early evening and throughout the night usually when one is sleeping or sitting around campfires in the evening. Expert opinion differs regarding the best approach to malaria prophylaxis. It is important to bear in mind that malaria may be contracted despite chemoprophylaxis, especially in areas where chloroquine resistance has been reported. Please remember that the best insurance against contracting malaria is to try to prevent oneself from being bitten, so use mosquito repellents liberally. Wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers/slacks in the evenings. If staying in a bungalow/tent, spray with an insecticide like DOOM to kill any mosquitoes that may have flown into your room. Mosquito coils are also effective. If you become ill on your return, while still on prophylaxis or even once you have stopped, make sure that your doctor does everything necessary to establish that your illness is not malaria. Malaria is not a serious problem if people are sensible and take basic precautions. We do not have camps in any densely populated areas, and this greatly reduces the risk of being infected by malaria. We have had very few cases of guests contracting malaria during the 10 years we have been operating.
Yellow fever innoculation
Yellow Fever inoculations are necessary. This must be done no later than 10 days prior to departure. Proof of innoculation will be requested upon arrival in the country and on return home.
We strongly recommend that you take out Travel Insurance for the duration of your holiday.
Find out in advance whether your insurance plan will make payments directly to providers or will reimburse you later for overseas health expenditures (many doctors expect payment in cash). Its vital to ensure that your travel insurance will cover the emergency transport required to get you to a hospital in a major city, to better medical facilities elsewhere in Africa, or all the way home, by air and with a medical attendant if necessary. Not all insurance covers this, so check the contract carefully.