Mombasa beach holidaysEast Africa’s liveliest tourist hubbub has ample options for a holiday along it’s world- acclaimed, stunning coastline. The Mombasa tusks which symbolically welcome visitors to the town were originally built in 1952 to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth, and stand directly on the path from the port to the town. If you’re perfect holiday is a cocktail on the beach, we can help you with your ideal resort– meanwhile if you wish to explore this tropical region, there are plenty of options…
Your dream holiday will be our design–if you are looking for:
-Luxury resort escape
-Guided day excursions
ANIMAL SANCTUARY AND BOTANICAL GARDENS
Haler Park is the largest animal sanctuary in Mombasa, homing an enormous variety of animals and reptiles, which you will find by walking the trails of the park and even be able to feed and occasionally hold some creatures, such as snakes. There are botanical gardens to also discover and educational videos are shown here.
Bush Bike Exploration in mombasaBUSH BIKE EXPLORING
Explore the back of Africa along unpaved roads without vehicles, which take you past African villages and exotic forest. All equipment and snacks are provided on half or full- day options; an ideal chance to see the real Africa.
Fort Jesus in MombasaFORT JESUS
The Fort stands poised on the coastline, near the old town and is a magnificent architectural monument, built by the Portuguese in the 16th century. The Port city’s most popular attraction has a museum displaying several artefacts from the slave era, when Mombasa was a key transit point for the slave trade. The inside of the Fort holds prison cells and torture chambers where the slaves were kept before being traded. Canons line the walls of the Fort, which were once used against invaders but also rioting locals.
Mamba Village is East Africa’s largest crocodile farm, and is situated in Nyali. Your visit will begin with a film showing the life cycle and behaviour of crocodiles, and topples to a thrilling highlight when the vicious creatures fight each other for food during a blood- thirsty feeding frenzy. The Mamba Restaurant provides excellent cuisine– it’s speciality being deliciously grilled crocodile meat.
Gedi Ruins – Malindi (Kenya)MALINDI – GEDI RUINS
One of the most historical ruins to be found in Mombasa, Gedi was a small town built entirely from rocks and stones and was inhabited by a few Swahili people who were ruled by a rich Sultan, around the 15th century. Through careful preservation, many of the original foundations can still be seen today.
Lamu Beach HolidaysLAMU
This delightful island is charmingly preserved in time, having no motor vehicle on the island. If you are looking for an idyllic and purely refreshing escape– this could be the ideal place for you.
The smell of spices hang in the air of this archipelago island in the Indian Ocean. Pristine white sand beaches fringed with tropical palm trees sparkle along incredibly rich turquoise waters. The exotic mixture of Zanzibar’s people hint at the colourful history of this mystical island… For an unforgettable escape