Bahati Diani House Glamping is located in Ukunda, 20 minutes walk from Diani beach and about 35 kilometers from Moi International Airport.
Bahati is about 32 kilometers from Mombasa town and about 1.3 kilometers from Colobus Conservation. There are 12 units made up of garden bungalows and glamping tent.
Each garden bungalow is built by Digo tribe traditional builders who use local materials like stones and clay.
The bungalow has furniture, one double and one single bed and finished verandah. The bathrooms are en-suit with showers, basins and flush toilets.
The glamping tents are under shades made up of traditional coconut leaves. Each tent features mosquito net, clothes rack and furnished verandah.
The bathrooms are en-suite with shower, basin and flush toilets. There is a spacious campsite where guests are welcomed to pitch their own tents.
The campsite has shared bathrooms. Guests can enjoy grilling fish or meat on campfire, baking bread on stick in campfire or even cook meals on open fire.
The Bahati-Restaurant serves delicious local and international dishes as well as seafood. Meals are prepared from fresh homegrown fruits and vegetables from the family farm.
Guests are welcomed to enjoy alcoholic and nonalcoholic smoothies or the chilling cocktails and drinks.
Activities in the premises include hiking, dhow fishing, dhow snorkeling, village visits, dhow sailing, Dolphin tour, Mangrove tour, Jet ski, Surfing and Kite school.
Other activities in Bahati Diani House Glamping include visits to Shimba hills reserve and Wasini Island.