Excursion dedicated to Malindi, with its flavors and colors typically African, Hell’s Kitchen is an odd sandstone canyon that might be Kenya’s best kept-secret. The village is called Marafa, but its proximity to the biodiversity-rich Dakatcha woodlands is not its most outstanding feature. It was originally a place characterized by sandstone, which as a result of the rains, has eroded over thousands of years, creating a canyon where pinnacles, ravines, spires and sinuous giant structures alternate creating a wonderful show.
The landscape is valued for its sacredness. Together with the guide you will walk within this natural canyon whose color varies during the day according to the inclination of the sun rays. After the walk accede to the “terrace” ready to wait, with cameras, for a marvelous sunset with the typical colors of Africa.