Hell’s Kitchen Marafa is an amazing place.
The territory of the Marafa, also known as Hell’s Kitchen, is an odd Sandstone canyon outside of Malindi in Kenya. The mini canyon is officially known as Hell’s Kitchen because of the high temperatures it is famous for.
During the day, excursions are not held, as the temperature at noon reaches 50 degrees.
The geological explanation of the amazing rock formation is that the canyon consists of layers of mixed rocks, some hard, some soft.
Once it was a huge Sandstone ridge, worn by wind, rains and floods in a series of rugged gorges.
The color of the layered Sandstone pie reveals white, pink, orange and dark red, making the gorge particularly bright at sunset when the tones of the ribbed Sandstone ravines stand out and reflect off the shades of the setting sun.
The beginning of the tour approximately 2 hours of day.
The cost of the tour includes:
Bottled drinking water
Meeting and seeing off at the hotel
|Number of persons||2||4||6|
|Price per person||90||65||57|