A representative of the Kenya Legal and Ethical Issues Network on HIV and Aids (KELIN), Esther Nelima, was recently invited to Nomad to give a special sensitisation training workshop.
Professional and amateur kitesurfers will be descending on Diani Beach for the 2019 Kenya Kite Cup, being hosted by Nomad Beach Bar from Jan 18th - 20th.
Not content with doing the rounds on Christmas Eve, Father Christmas will be arriving at Nomad on Christmas Day before making his journey back to the North Pole.
With 70 stalls on the terrace and on the beach, camels riding past, sand sculptures being made and a lively raffle and auction, it was a superb day of fun, laughter and Christmas shopping.
We are pleased tha Geoffrey Kariuki, Kenya's leading wine sommelier, is now resident at Nomad Beach Bar, sharing his passion for wine with our diners.
Diani Beach has been voted Africa's Leading Beach Destination by the World Travel Awards, recognising it's stunning natural beauty and fantastic location.
Kenana Knitters employs 500 Kenyan women to knit and spin and make a brighter future for themselves and their families, and we are proud to be stocking their colourful products in the Nomad Boutique.
The five-acre Nomad farm, also known as The Sands Shamba, uses the guiding principles of permaculture farming, combined with waste recycling and up-cycling, to produce fresh, organic fruit and vegetables for the restaurant.
Step into the cool and temperate climate of our temperature-controlled, modern wine cellar where you can dine in style and sample the delights of our superb selection of Old and New World wines.