Diani Beach is not just famous for its breathtaking beauty, it's also home to the Colobus Conservation, a facility dedicated to the protection and conservation of the endangered Angolan Colobus monkey.

It’s a slice of paradise known for its pristine sands, coral reefs, vibrant night life, exquisite restaurants and vibrant marine life.

Weather today

9:31 pm, May 26, 2024
temperature icon 27°C
broken clouds
Humidity Humidity: 77 %
Pressure Pressure: 1016 mb
Wind Wind: 17 mph
Wind Gust Wind Gust: 25 mph
Clouds Clouds: 78%
Visibility Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise Sunrise: 6:22 am
Sunset Sunset: 6:15 pm


Nature & Wildlife

Colobus Conservation Visit

Learn about and observe the endangered Angolan Colobus monkeys in their natural habitat.

Swim with dolphins at Kisite-Mpunguti

Kisite Marine Park was established to protect the scenic islands and special habitats of a wide range of endemic marine animals and breeding migratory birds.


Kitesurfing in diani

Take advantage of the ideal wind conditions to try kitesurfing along the coast.

Skydiving in diani

Experience the thrill of skydiving over the stunning coastline, offering breathtaking aerial views of the beach and coral reefs.

Culture & Heritage

Dhow Cruise

Sail on a traditional dhow, enjoying Swahili cuisine and learning about local coastal customs.

Shimba Hills National Reserve

Explore the diverse flora and fauna, including a chance to see elephants and sable antelopes.


Not sure what to do? Here is our suggested guide designed to help travellers organize their journey with recommended experiences in Diani.

Day 1
Colobus monkey conservation

Day 2
Snorkeling in the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine Park

Day 3
Kitesurfing along Diani’s coast

Day 4
Dhow cruise for cultural insights

Day 5
Day in Shimba Hills National Reserve