Coastal Kenya is a region in Kenya that borders the Indian Ocean. It is comprised of six counties: Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana River, Lamu, and Taita Taveta.
Mombasa County is the most populous and has a major seaport that serves the East African region. It is also a major tourist destination with popular attractions such as Fort Jesus, Mombasa Old Town, and the beaches.
Kilifi County is known for its beautiful beaches, including Watamu Beach and Malindi Beach. It is also home to the Arabuko Sokoke Forest, a protected area with rare bird species.
Kwale County is home to the famous Diani Beach, a popular tourist destination with white sand beaches and turquoise waters. It is also home to the Shimba Hills National Reserve, known for its diverse wildlife.
Tana River County is known for the Tana River, which is the longest river in Kenya. It is also home to the Tana River Primate Reserve, which is home to several monkey species.
Lamu County is home to the historic town of Lamu, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is also known for its beautiful beaches and traditional Swahili architecture.
Taita Taveta County is known for the Tsavo East and West National Parks, which are home to a wide variety of wildlife, including elephants, lions, and giraffes. It is also home to the Taita Hills, which offer scenic views of the region.