A lively beach resort in the peaceful Nyali area north of Mombasa, Kenya, Voyager Beach Resort is designed both for families and couples with plenty of entertainment and activities for all ages. With beautifully maintained tropical gardens, palm trees, three swimming pools, a soft white sand beach and the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean sheltered by a coral reef, it feels safe, spacious and serene.
Its nautical theme likens it to a cruise ship where everything you need is on board. Indeed the resort has its own shopping arcade, beauty salon, bars, restaurants, medical clinic and a raft of inclusive activities.
The 236 spacious air conditioned rooms and suites are scrupulously clean and well fitted out with all the comforts including mosquito netting, flat screen TV, safe, hairdryer, kettle, fridge and wifi. Each has a private balcony either with an expansive sea view over beach and coral reef or looking out over the flowers and greenery of the lush gardens.
With three swimming pools it’s easy to find one to suit you: the quiet adult-only rim flow pool overlooking the beach is perfect for lazy days of relaxation, while the kids’ pool has water slides and plenty of fun going on, and the sports pool might be animated by water polo or volley ball. The kids Adventurers club keeps little ones busy and happy all day long, while parents can enjoy some of the animation activities such as tennis, beach volley ball, aqua aerobics, or book some of the water sports on offer.
Food is well-prepared and plentiful with culinary themes changing daily, buffets with made to order stations, and all inclusive snacks and drink on offer throughout the day. After dinner there is a first class entertainment cruise ship style, with dancing, music or perhaps acrobatics. Staff do such a good job taking care of you that is their friendly smiles and care that add that extra warmth to a stay here.
For an all inclusive family beach holiday in Kenya, Voyager Beach Resort offers good value for money in a lovely secure setting.
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