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Tribearth Vegan Boutique Café

Tribearth is a one-of-a-kind restaurant in the beautiful coastal town of Diani, Kenya. The restaurant, a combination of a vegan café and an ethical jewellery social enterprise, is a must-visit destination for anyone looking for a delicious and healthy meal or snack.

One of the standout features of this Vegan Boutique Café is its focus on African and Middle Eastern flavours. The café offers a wide variety of dishes sure to delight your taste buds, including Ethiopian vegan platters, smoothie bowls, and Ethiopian coffee. The café is also an educational hub for health and wellness, promoting and selling products such as sea moss and other superfoods.

Another factor distinguishing Tribearth from other restaurants is its commitment to being an entirely plant-based café. The café serves a variety of vegan desserts and snacks, making it an excellent option for anyone who follows a plant-based diet.

The café also offers a beautiful and relaxing atmosphere, with outdoor seating and parking available. The décor is captivating, and the service is excellent, with friendly and helpful staff always on hand to ensure you have a pleasant experience.

In addition to the café, Tribearth also has a gallery that sells beautiful hand-crafted jewelry made on the spot. The owner is dedicated to promoting the employment and training of local people, making Tribearth a truly inspiring and socially responsible destination.

The Tribearth café occasionally hosts music evenings with local musicians, creating a relaxing and enjoyable atmosphere for visitors to hang out and enjoy a meal or drink.

Tribearth Vegan Boutique Café is a unique and exciting destination that offers a delicious and healthy meal or snack, an ethical and socially responsible approach, and a beautiful and relaxing atmosphere. Whether you’re a vegan or not, Tribearth is a must-visit destination for anyone visiting Diani, Kenya.

Location: Diani Beach Road Between bazaar & Kaskazi,
Diani Beach, Ukunda 80401 Kenya.
Website: https://www.tribearth.org/new-page-3
Contact: at +254 706 030625.

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Kenya's Coastal Region Through Your Eyes: Photography Competition

Calling all Coastal Region Content Creators!

We are excited to announce a photography competition with the theme ‘For the Love of Kenya’s Coastal Region’. We are looking for original, high-resolution images that showcase the beauty and diversity of our coastal region.

We invite all photographers, amateur or professional, to submit their best shots taken within the coastal region of Kenya. The submission should be an original picture in the form of a high resolution JPG image, with a minimum size of 2500 pixels on one side and must have been taken in the coastal region of Kenya. Only digital and drone images will be accepted, no phone photographs will be considered.

To participate, please send your picture (1 entry per person) along with your contact details, including your full name and social media handles (email )The submission deadline is on the 15th of February.

The shortlisted pictures will be available for public voting soon after the submission deadline. The winner will receive a cash prize of 3000 shillings, the 1st runner-up 2000 shillings and the 2nd runner-up will receive 1000 shillings.

Please make sure to read and agree to our terms and conditions before submitting your entry. And don’t forget to share your submission on social media with the hashtag #visitnyali!

Best of luck to all participants!

*Please note that by submitting your entry, you confirm that the image is your original work and that you have read and agreed to our terms and conditions. A copy of the terms and conditions will be sent to you upon request.

Terms and conditions

  1. Submissions must be original, high-resolution images taken within the coastal region of Kenya.
  2. Images must be at least 2500 pixels on one side and in JPG format.
  3. Only digital and drone images are accepted, no phone photographs will be considered.
  4. Each participant may submit a maximum of one image.
  5. Along with your image, please provide your contact details and social media handles.
  6. By submitting an image, you confirm that you own the rights to the image and agree to the terms and conditions of the competition.
  7. The submission deadline is on the 15th of February.
  8. The winner will be determined by public voting and will receive a cash prize of 3000 shillings, the 1st runner-up 2000 shillings and the 2nd runner-up will receive 1000 shillings.
  9. All images will be shared with the public on visitnyali.com and other social media platforms.
  10. The competition organizer reserves the right to disqualify any entry that does not meet the above rules and regulations.
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Calling all coastal storytellers!

Are you enchanted by the beauty of Kenya’s coastal region and have a passion for sharing your unique experiences and perspectives through writing? If so, you won’t want to miss this opportunity to join our team at visitnyali

We’re on the lookout for guest bloggers who can capture the essence of the coastal region in their writing. Whether it’s a review of a hidden gem, a personal account of cultural immersion, or a culinary journey through the region’s flavours, we want to hear all about it!

By joining our team, you’ll not only have the chance to build your personal brand, but also receive an author spotlight page and backlinks to your personal website. This will give you exposure and an opportunity to connect with a wider audience.

We are accepting submissions on any topic related to the coastal region of Kenya, with the only limitation being that the article should be original and at least 400 words.

So, if you’re a local blogger, journalist or writer who is passionate about the coast of Kenya, don’t hesitate to send us your submissions ( here) Share your love for the coastal region and let your writing shine on our website! You will have the chance to inspire others to explore the beautiful coastal area of Kenya and to create a community of people who share the same interest.

Don’t miss out on this chance to showcase your writing skills and to share your love and knowledge of the coastal region with the world. Submit your articles today!

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The current local time in Kenya is determined by the East African Time zone, which puts Mombasa, the country’s coastal city, three hours ahead of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). Mombasa, known for its idyllic location along the Indian Ocean and its beautiful white sandy beaches and luxurious hotels and resorts, is the second-largest city in Kenya and located in the southernmost part of the country. (For the current local time, refer to the section above.)

The Tropical Climate of Mombasa

The Mombasa region enjoys a tropical climate, characterized by warm and humid days with an average temperature of 32 degrees Celsius or 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The area experiences two main seasons: the dry and wet seasons.

The Dry Season in Mombasa

The dry season in Mombasa, which occurs from June to October, offers the perfect weather for outdoor activities such as sunbathing, snorkelling, windsurfing and walking. The warm and pleasant weather during this time makes it the ideal time to participate in these activities. Additionally, the dry season is the peak season for tourism in the region, which often leads to higher prices at hotels and other establishments for both local and international travellers.

The Wet Season in Mombasa

Overlooked by most tourists, the wet season is still a great time to experience the area. The typical weather during the wettest months is characterized by heavy rainfall and occasional thunderstorms, but don’t let this put you off as the rain during these months is mainly confined to morning and night time, leaving plenty of time to enjoy various activities during the day. Mosquitoes are also few to none during this time, and the nights are not as warm. Additionally, the area is less crowded, and most hotels are a lot cheaper at this time of the year. Some of the activities to be enjoyed at this time of the year include game viewing, day trips to local parks, and walks on the beaches. Refer to our attractions section for a comprehensive guide on the various attractions and when to enjoy them.

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