Located on a private beach south of Diani, distanced from residential neighbours by rocky cliffs and an endless beach, Kinondo Kwetu is classified as a 'Kaya' area (protected by the National Museum) due to its surrounding holy forests and sacred land. With various forms of accommodation and just a few steps from the beach, Kinondo Kwetu can accommodate up to 38 guests.
The Mama Taa Villa consists of 6 suites; 3 upstairs and 3 downstairs. 4 suites consist of an en suite bedroom with connecting doors to a private sitting room/second bedroom, and 2 suites are en suite doubles. Shimba, Twiga and Songoro are 3 double cottages with king size beds and en suite bathrooms (no extra beds). The Ubani 'beachhouse' is a double story cottage ideal for families.
Kinondo Kwetu caters for all levels of scuba diving enthusiasts, from beginners taking their first PADI lesson to experienced divers who want to explore the reef. The reef is located so close to the coast that incredible dives can be taken as near as 5 minutes away by boat. With their own stables and 5 horses, experienced riders can choose to explore the local holy forests or canter along the beach, giving less advanced riders a chance to practice their steps in one of Kinondo Kwetu's riding paddocks.
In addition to relaxing in the sun and swimming in the Indian Ocean, Kinondo Kwetu offers an impressive selection of other activities ranging from water sports such as kite surfing, deep sea fishing and Scuba diving, to land activities such as game drives and Yoga.