Turtle Bay Beach Club

Watamu, Kenya coast Kenya

  • The pool at Turtle Bay Beach Club, Watamu, Kenya coast © Stephane Perrier

    The pool at Turtle Bay Beach Club, Watamu, Kenya coast

  • Choice of on-site restaurants
  • Varied water sports
  • Cultural activities
  • Kid's Club for children
  • Live evening entertainment
  • Awarded a gold rate for ecotourism

Turtle Bay Beach Club is situated on 200 metres of beach on the edge of the internationally acclaimed Watamu National Marine Park, one of the best in Kenya. The hotel buildings are set in 10 acres of tropically landscaped gardens with 145 rooms, 4 restaurants, 3 bars, entertainment lounge and swimming pool, and as such makes up one of the most extensive all-inclusive properties in Kenya. All rooms are en-suite with fans and air-conditioning.

Stays include all meals, domestic drinks, sparkling wine, day and night entertainment and a supervised Kids Club, which is open daily for children between 4-12 years of age and offers games, swimming competitions, arts and crafts, field trips, cooking lessons, videos and much more.

There is a range of activities available for guests at the club including diving, snorkelling, windsurfing, fishing, horse riding, tennis, cycling, cultural and sightseeing trips. The hotel is also perfectly positioned for exploring Watamu Marine Park and Mida Creek.

Turtle Bay has excellent eco credentials and is actively involved in community and conservation projects including helping local schools and orphanages. The resort is also involved in Watamu Turtle Watch, a community-based project dedicated to protecting sea turtles and the marine environment.

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Client Rating for Kenya 5/5 from 58 reviews

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Turtle Bay Beach Club

The pool at Turtle Bay Beach Club, Watamu, Kenya coast

Turtle Bay Beach Club is a relaxed resort in Watamu on the Kenya coast and is a gold-rated ecotourism property.

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