Tips for a comfortable, happy and safe visit ...
Things to do in Mombasa ...
There are so many please to visit and experience in and around Mombasa. Visit some of the sites below to discover nightlife venues, restaurants, shopping, sports, white water rafting, camel rides and more. Clicking on the photographs will also link to informative websites.
- See The Real Mombasa ............................................................ www.intrepidtravel.com/Kenya
- Sightseeing Tours In Mombasa .................................................. www.city-discovery.com/Mombasa
- Bamburi Beach - Category: Beaches
African coast. Being in the middle of Bamburi Beach, the Tropical diving team can easy be reached
from other hotels. Offers all the year diving trips to the inner and outer reef and, depending on the
tide, in the morning and afternoon. Double dives and single dives are possible.
- Fort Jesus Museum - Category: Monuments and Statues
joint Portuguese and Spanish Kingdoms, located on Mombasa Island to guard the Old Port of
- Gede Ruins - Category: Ancient Ruins
ago. It is now a National Museum, and the ruins are heavily overgrown with beautiful indigenous
forest trees, baobabs and tamarind.
- Haller Park - Category: Nature and Wildlife
a quarry wasteland into an ecological paradiseJain Temple. Wonderful wildlife.
- Jumba la Mtwana - Category: Historic Site
of dating the buildings, its period of occupation and consolidating buildings which were in danger
of collapse. Ten years later in 1982, Jumba la Mtwana was gazetted as a National Monument. Jumba
is legally protected under Antiquities and Monuments Laws of Kenya.
- Mamba Village - Category: Educational Site
farm starts with a movie on the life cycle and behaviour of crocodiles, followed by a comprehensive
tour of the rest of farm, and ends with the highlight of the day: a spectacular scene of blood-thirsty
crocodiles fighting for food during feeding time. Excellent cuisine is available at the Mamba
Restaurant, and the house specialty is superbly grilled crocodile meat. Village, which is situated in
Nyali, is East Africa’s largest crocodile farm.
- Mombasa Go Kart - Category: Games and Entertainment
centre has a large sports screen where you can watch football, rugby and any other major sporting
event. There is a viewing veranda located in the bar and you can order food from the bar whilst you
are having a drink.
- Mombasa Old Town - Category: Historic Sites
Arabs, the British, the Italian and the Portuguese.
- Nguuni Nature Sanctuary - Category: Nature and Wildlife
shanty town development, close to Mombasa. The Sanctuary is now a home to a big number of
ostriches, elands, oryx, water bucks, giraffes and camels.
- Tana River Primate Reserve - (White water rafting) - Category: National Parks
The Tana River Primate National Reserve is a mixture of savannah and riverine forest. Wonderful
birds, the Red Colobus and Mangabey Monkeys can be seen here, as well as Grevy's Zebra, Giraffe
Oryx, Buffalo and Lesser Kudu. The river hosts plenty of Crocodile and Hippo.
White Water Rafting on Kenya's rivers is an experience that leaves many guests to Kenya in total
awe. First, it is the only experience where nature viewing is done in a complete opposite way: guests
view Kenya's scenic valleys, birdlife, forest and nature from the river looking out to the land.