Mazeras Town Guide
Mazeras Town is a town in Kilifi County, Kenya with an estimated population of about 6886 people. Mazeras is known for its sandstone, part of the Duruma series – an extremity of the topology forming the Shimba Hills National Reserve. Known in Swahili as Maji-Ya Chumvi (literally “saltwater” – due to the settlement’s proximity to the Indian Ocean) the sandstone is from the Late Triassic period and its heat resisting properties mean it is suitable for a wide range of building purposes.
Transport in Mazeras Town
Mazeras is on the Uganda Railway’s main line between Mombasa and Nairobi. South of the settlement is the Mazeras Spiral, one of the original four railway spirals built on the railway to navigate steep inclines. The spiral is approximately 350 meters (1,150 ft) in diameter.
Education Institutions in Mazeras Town
- Benyoka Primary School
- Mazeras Junior School
- Mazeras Primary School
- Mazeras Girls Memorial Secondary School
- Mazeras High School
- Rabai Junior School
Hotels and Accommodations in Mazeras Town
Prideinn Hotel Mombasa:
30 rooms, from 99 USDin Mombasa, about 16.5km from Mazeras.
New Palm Tree Hotel:
31 rooms, from 33 to 60 USD in Mombasa, about 17.5km from Mazeras. New Palm Tree Hotel offers air-conditioned rooms in a central location.
Mei Place Bandari Villas:
1 room, from 42 USDin Mombasa, about 18km from Mazeras. It features a rooftop swimming pool with a sea view.
30 rooms, from 81 USDin Mombasa, about 18.3km from Mazeras. It provides free Wi-Fi, an on-site restaurant, as well as an outdoor pool and hot tub.
Chamiachi Luxury Apartments & Hotel:
33 rooms, from 35 to 200 USD in Mombasa, about 19.4km from Mazeras. It features an outdoor pool, a restaurant, free Wi-Fi and free private parking.
34 rooms, from 180 USDin Mombasa, about 19.5km from Mazeras. It features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and free WiFi in guests’ rooms.
Leinmach Guest House, Nyali:
13 rooms, from 41 to 80 USD in Mombasa, about 19.5km from Mazeras. It offers rooms with a private balcony overlooking the pool.
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