- Animal Reserves
Shimba Hills National Reserve, Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park.
- Mountains and Major Hills
- Rivers and Waterfalls
Sheldrick Falls, Maji Moto Springs.
- Coastal Public Beaches and Coral Reefs
Diani Beach, Tiwi Beach.
- Agricultural Activities
The main agricultural activity in Kwale County is coconut and cashew nut farming. Small scale farming of subsidiary crops is also practised.
- Hotels and Lodges
Diani Beach Resort, Villa Moja, Funzi Mangrove Resort, Four Twenty South Beach, Shambani Cottages, Leisure Lodge Beach Resort, Villa Malachite, Gatehouse, Villa Turquosie,
Travellers Mwaluganje Camp at Shimba Hills, Shimba Hills lodge.
- Animal Conservancies
Mwaluganje Elephant Santuary, Elephant Sanctuary.
- Ruins and Archaeological Historical Sites
Shimo la Tewa Caves and Prehistoric Site.
- Tourist Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks) and Gardens
Monetary institutions (banks) available in Kwale town, other towns and major trading centres,petrol stations, learning institutions and medical
facilities are available. Various sporrting activities and recreational activities like boat racing take place at Diani Beach and
other major beaches at the coast of Kwale. There are many curio shops at the beaches and inland where many tourists buy artifacts and jewellery.
- The Indian Ocean
The Ocean has greatly influenced tourism in Kwale County. There are numerous public beaches and beach resorts and hotels that provide services
to both local, regional and international tourists that visit Kwale County and other coastal counties every year. Sporting activities also done in Kwale County.
Kwale County is accessible by road and sea transport, and is the south most county in Kenya. The county borders the Indian Ocean, and therefore sea vessels
like motor-boats are available for the numerous number of local and international tourists visiting the county. There is a good road network from Mombasa
connecting Kwale County and its environs (South Coast).