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Welcome to Kilifi

An Overview of Kilifi County    

Kilifi County is a cosmopolitan county which lies between Tana River and Mombasa counties. Kilificounty stretches from Mtwapa town all the way to Mamb’rui town in the out skirts of Malindi town. Its administrative town is called Kilifi. Kilifi County has an area of approximately 12,000 squire kilometers.

With a population of about 1.2 million people, Kilifi is a home of almost all the 47 tribes of Kenya. The Giriama people forming the majority.

Located along the Kenyan coast, Kilifi county is one of the blessed counties with beautiful sand beaches, diverse people and good climate and therefore plays a big role in Kenya’s tourism sector. Due to its proximity to the beach most of the locals get employed as fishermen or hotel workers.

The county hosts a number of the most beautiful hotels and resorts known to the world. Some of the tourists attraction areas include, Jumba ruins, Mnarani ruins, Takaungu slave market, Arabukosokoke forest reserve, Gedi ruins, Watamu marine national park, the falconry, Vasco da Gama pillar, German chapel and pillar tombs, hells kitchen and the just discovered mosque kiblar and human graves at Kijipwa to name but a few. Kilifi is simply a venue of choice for world class holiday making.

Welcome to Kilifi County - Karibu Kilifi county.