Malindi and Watamu camps - Ocean Sports
Ocean Sports changed hands in 2006 and has undergone something of a reincarnation. An old favourite of the keen game fisherman, Ocean Sports has long provided the base for the boats to go out and for the exchange of stories around the bar with a cold Tusker beer at the end of a long day. While still proudly displaying the trophies of past years, the hotel now has a more stylish, sophisticated look and has had a much needed image upgrade. The rooms are quite small and really only a place to sleep rather than to spend time in and are part of the next phase of development, but the main restaurant and bar are comfortable and still enjoy the same uninterrupted turquoise of Turtle Bay. Ocean Sports is not really a beach resort; you can expect to be treated more like a person and less like a number. It is not a luxurious place but it is comfortable with reasonable service and food and it is in a good location if you want to go deep-sea fishing, diving or explore the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest and Gedi. There are plenty of things to do to entertain children and the atmosphere is relaxed and cheerful.
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