Kilifi Town is like no any other town in Coastal Kenya.
It’s full of life and other tourist attractions.
Unfortunately it’s not marketed to attract many tourists and for that matter is you happen to visit this town, let this page be your guide to anything you would want to know about Kilifi city in Kenya.
Kilifi is a town on the Kenyan coast, home to many resorts. It sits on the estuary of the Rare River in Kenya.
The beach itself is known as Bofa Beach and is said to be one of the best beaches in Kenya.
The town lies on the Kilifi Creek between Malindi and Mombasa. Kilifi is capital of the Kilifi District.
The towns sits on both sides of the estuary and are linked by the Kilifi Bridge.
One side is called Mnarani and the other is the main Kilifi Town. Kilifi bridge gives you access to the splendid view of the estuary.
The weather is generally warmer throughout the year (above 25 degrees) with two seasons of moderate rainfall (about 800-1000mm).
The long rains that start around March to July and the short rains that start around October to December.
The terrain is generally flat with sandy-loamy soils.