06-04-2021 by redazione
It has been the strangest and most limp season in the last 12 years for Malindi due to the well known world problems and their repercussions on tourism as well. In spite of this, Malaika Beach in Mayungu not only held out but continued to offer a level of service to its guests since reopening last July as per Covid-19 restrictions.
All in all, it has been a positive season, with a confirmation, albeit in a lesser tone in terms of attendance, of the appreciation that the restaurant-bar with sun loungers on the beautiful Mayungu beach has now earned among national and international clientele.
The small, well-kept paradise in front of the marvellous coral atolls and the crystal clear sea, which many call "Sardinia 2", is now closing its doors and waiting for the next season, which will hopefully bring positive news, but which will certainly always count on the family management and the genuine, well-kept cuisine, good service and relaxing atmosphere that have contributed to increasing the popularity of the restaurant that has become a reference point for many residents and holidaymakers of Malindi and Watamu, not only at weekends.
The owner of Malaika Beach, thanking all the guests who have alternated in the last year, gives the appointment to see everyone soon.
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