Glory Villas Mombasa

Link Road, Nyali, Mombasa, 66969-00200, Kenya
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Forum Posts

how much currency

by pj2904

Hi my partner and i are going to mombasa nxt month and was just wondering if anyone can give us advice on how much currency to take, were planning to do a one day one night safari and some shopping could you please advise us on how much to take thanks,

Re: how much currency

by Odinnthor

The safari is easy, but shopping is relative....d;o)

Re: how much currency

by muguruki

Tricky one that, are you shopping for toothpaste or curios? If you are doing your shopping in Mombasa town and don't want to take to much money around with you it may well be worth your while checking out to see if your credit/debit card is any good in Kenya. In Mombasa town there are plenty of ATMs. There are a few Barclays banks that seem to prefer Visa cards. I guess if your safari is paid for, all you need is money for is drinks.

Travel Tips for Mombasa

the green city

by call_me_rhia

Mombasa is a large slightly chaotic African city - with poorer and richer areas like everywhere else. What I found unexpected was to discover that it's very much a green city, too. Both in the city centre - by the old port, and in the suburbs - there are small and large areas of green. Just behind Fort Jesus there's a large piece of land covered by trees and flowers.. and this is really in the middle of the city! Wilderness starts right in the middle.. I was fascinated

'The Old town' is really an...

by Nima

'The Old town' is really an old town in the heart of Mombasa island. You will come accross some ancient door frames and would want to carry them with you home. They are priceless!!!!

One query about Mombasa is its safety. I have stayed here for 8 years now and have felt that it is as safe as any other place in the world. Don't provoke the wrong type of people by wearing bikinis on the road, or minis in the town. Don't walk with all your precious things on you. Be vigilant and avoid being overly friendly with someone coming up to you. As in anywhere else in the world be brave and cautious. The shysters and muggers are not much of a trouble if one is alert. Avoid wearing expensive jewellery into the marketplace, and avoid being rough, overdrunk etc. to create a scene.
With these things in mind I am sure you will have a very pleasant stay. People are generally very friendly.

Cats in the Hotels

by Myndo

Many hotels have their own cat colonies. As one is told right in the beginning, they should not be fed. They have a job to do, which they will not, if they get lazy. They are here to catch the mice and rats. If they don’t the snakes will come to do that.

But don’t worry, the cats are quite good looked after. The ones in our hotel are being fed once a day. My guess is, that they are also being neutered. The ones that belong to the hotel are recognized by the missing top piece of one of their ears.

I thought it always interesting how the cats and the monkeys interact with each other. Mostly they tend to ignore each other, but sometimes, well ... (screech, mrow, ...)

Take cold medicine and maylaria tablets

by TIMBOND

Leather belts, cotton socks, good condition gym shoes. All are good trade items Plenty of memory sticks for the digital cameras. When I visited there were no digital cameras, so I went thru almost 100 rolls of film.

Don't venture out at night on your own

by rayet_uk

As all cities, mombasa too has its dark side, but because of poverty and drugs theft and car jacking is a big issue.

Do not wear any jewelrey, even if its fake, take care of your belongings at all times and most of all its not safe at all at night.

Avoid the police, where possible as they are very corrupt, where possible travel in groups.

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 Glory Villas Mombasa

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Address: Link Road, Nyali, Mombasa, 66969-00200, Kenya