Our swimming pool is open from 7am to 11pm daily.
Please note that there is no lifeguard on duty. Using the pool is at your own risk. Parents are responsible for their children.
Beach towels and sun-bed mattresses are available at the pool – the pool attendant is on duty from 7am to 11pm daily. Please do not use your room towels at the pool.
Pool and beach beds cannot be reserved.
The equatorial sun is extremely strong so we advise you to use plenty of high factor sun cream. Various sun creams can be purchased at our hotel shop.
We also encourage guests to consume a large quantity of fluid to reduce the risk of dehydration.
Kindly be advised that topless sunbathing and all other forms of nudism are illegal in Kenya. We are required by the authorities to enforce this law and kindly request that you abide by these regulations and respect local customs.
Diani Beach is the longest stretch of beach in Kenya with over 20kms of dazzling white sand, coconut trees, crystal-clear waters and a coral reef that is exposed at low tide.
There is no safety flag warning system along Diani Beach, which is therefore used at your own risk.
We advise that you do not get involved in any business transaction with beach boys, as products may be uninsured, unlicensed and of poor quality.
The Indian Ocean coast can have extreme differences in high tide and low tide. During Spring Tide the difference between high and low tide can be over 4 meter difference in height/depth. Neap Tide results in a smaller difference in tidal conditions. Sometimes the difference may be only 1 meter. Low Tide is perfect for snorkeling, boat excursions to sand islands, kite surfing, stand-up paddleboarding (SUP) and leisurely walks or a more energetic jog along the beach. Neap/Mid Tide provides the ideal conditions for windsurfing and kite surfing. High Tide is best for swimming straight off the beach and boogie boarding.