05-08-2008 by redazione
Twelve km north of Malindi, after the bridge at the mouth of Sabaki river, there is Mambrui village. With its majority of muslim people, Mambrui is a village of fishermen developed on the large beach joining the left shore of Sabaki river with Ngomeni salt pans. Today, near the fishermen’ houses, along the beach called Che Chale which took the name from the homonymous restaurant with lodges, some other residential complexes have been built. Hotels, residences and terraced houses offering accomodations to many tourists, mostly italians. Mambrui real attraction is Che Chale golden beach, with wild ocean not protected by the reef. You can go along it with a four-wheel drive car, among sand dunes and expanses perfect for kitesurfing. It is the ideal place for one-day trips or for those wishing a relaxing holiday in contact with the wild african sea without forgetting the western comforts. Besides the already mentioned Che Chale resort, there are also other facilities serving food and drinks during the day and in the evening. But for the nightlife, you must go to Malindi.
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