The city of Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya lying next to the Indian Ocean and has a major port and an international airport. It takes only 45 minutes to fly from Nairobi to Mombasa. There are many historic and cultural places in Mombasa. The exciting places to see are:
Visit the following historical and cultural places: the Fort Jesus, the Mwembe Tayari open-air market, the local bazaars, handicraft carvers, walk through the famous curvy alley-roads and the business district.
Visit East Africa’s largest crocodile farm in Nyali. The Crocodile Farm Displays the age, weight and length of crocodiles. You will also see hatchlings to 5 meter long “big daddy” – the man eating monster, sun basking along the tropical garden trail. At five pm. daily, the crocodiles are fed and you can see them jump high in the air to snap the meat.
Camel Riding, Horse Riding & Mamba Restaurant overlooking the crocodile pond, a unique “a la carte” restaurant serves game meat like crocodile and ostrich.
They also have Beautiful collection of plants and flowers specializing in orchids and aquatic flora. On display are carnivorous species, marine aquarium and snakes.
This evening cruise is the most renown of all the coastal trips. An enchanting evening of exotic seafood blended with a romantic cruise aboard an authentic Arab Dhow around the old port of Mombasa Town. The dhow, Nawalilkher, was built in 1977 for trading. At 23 meters, she is the largest dhow on the coast.
Purchased in 1986, she was converted for restaurant use by her original builder Fundi Bini on Lamu Island, under the watchful eye of Mohammed Shalle, who is still her captain today. An enchanting evening of exotic sea food blended with a romantic cruise aboard an authentic Arab Dhow.
Transportation to and from the Tamarind Dhow to your Mombasa North Coast Resident Hotel is included.
Snorkelling at Kisite Marine Park Mombasa Day Tour offers some of the best under water views in Africa, including corals, tropical fish and turtles. We offer snorkeling for non-swimmers, with life jackets and ring. Enjoy snacks, fresh tropical fruit and soft drinks on dhow.
Kisite Wasini Dolphins Spotting Snorkeling is a very popular excursion and includes a full day around kisite and wasini island, snorkeling, dolphins, dhow and more.
Kisite Marine Park is the biggest Marine Park in Kenya. Visiting the park is great way to spend A day in Kenya South Coast.
Visit the following historical and cultural places: the Fort Jesus, the Mwembe Tayari open-air market, the local bazaars, handicraft carvers, walk through the famous curvy alley-roads, the business district, Haller Park and lunch at Tamarind Restaurant.
You will be taken to the old port and escorted onto to an authentic Arab Dhow. As the sun sets, you set sail into the harbor and past Fort Jesus. The dark African night sky full of stars, the lapping of waves against the Dhow, truly a romantic setting if ever there was one.
Then as you glide past Fort Jesus you are treated to a sound and light show that is absolutely spectacular. After the show you will make your landing and venture into the Fort for supper. When supper is done and you have had your fill, the night life begins.
Enjoy Scuba Diving and a Fun Dive Day in Kisite Marine Park in Mombasa South Coast! Experience a fun diving experience is a perfect addition to your excursion. We offer a fun dive and scuba dive in Kisite Marine Park:
Fun Dive: a short dive (around 30 minutes), suitable for un- experienced divers and even for those who have never dove before. After a short briefing, you go under water with the instructor. The instructor holds your hand during the dive.
Scuba diving: For qualified divers, who have license. You will dive with a diving master or instructor, who will fit the best diving for you.
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