Mombasa beach holiday

Mombasa Beach Holiday

To the east of Nairobi, lies Mombasa the second largest town in Kenya with the softest and whitest beaches on the Swahili coast. …

To the east of Nairobi, lies Mombasa the second largest town in Kenya with the softest and whitest beaches on the Swahili coast. Explore the charming white town that also has a lot of history attached to it. Retire to Mombasa after your safaris for time to absorb your true African experience.

What you can do in Mombasa is limitless.
Take a look at some of the suggestions:

The Romantic Tamarind Dhow Dinner Cruise:
Sail on the largest Dhow on the coast. Enjoy this traditional Arab Dhow as you sail around Tudor Greek with picturesque views of Mombasa’s old town and Fort Jesus as you enjoy fine food, music and the romantic atmosphere adorned by the shining stars. Honeymooners should not miss this.

Wasini Island Dhow Trip:
Here we enjoy a traditional dhow sailing to Marine park of Kisite-Mpunguti see tropical fish and coral formations. Snorkelling can be done here. In the afternoon, we visit a Swahili village.

Gede Ruins:
This precious gem is a 2 hours drive from Mombasa. It is an area of great historic importance and extensively well preserved and yet still very atmospheric. The ruins are intertwined with forests and monkeys that will keep you entertained.

Haller Park:
North coast of Mombasa in Bamburi area on Mombasa-Malindi Road. Witness the feeding of Giraffes and get a kiss of your life from the giraffe as you join in feeding them also see Tortoise and hippos.

Mamba Village (Crocodile Farm):
Your visit will coincide with feeding time of the crocodiles at 5pm.
This farm is endowed with very beautiful botanical gardens, taking pictures here is worth every time you set foot in the gardens.

Ngomongo Village (Cultural Tour):
Take in the ancient times while you witness the Cultures and lifestyles that date back to centuries ago. We shall visit traditional tribal huts with people of different tribes. The Activities will include food preparation, local brewing, traditional dances and singing as you take good cultural pictures.