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Half Day Mombasa City Tour
"Start your half day tour by walking through Mombasa the second largest city in Kenya to see the asymmetrical streets slow pace of life and diverse population. It is mostly a Swahili town and women can be seen wrapped in brilliant multicolored kanga. You will walk through the winding streets of the Old Town viewing the mosques and buildings as you pass before arriving at the Old Port to see the Dhows.Later you will visit the Mackinon market Elephant Tusks and Indian Temple before visiting Akamba Woodcraft at Changamwe where you can see the craftsmen at work. Here you can try your bartering skills before being transferred back to your hotel.""""Depart from your beach hotel in the morning and drive to Mombasa. Visit to Fort Jesus Museum built by the Portuguese at the end of the 16th century the Old Port
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Full-Day Tour of Mombasa
"You will be picked up from your hotel and taken to the Fort Jesus. This is Mombasa's oldest museum and it depicts the culture and the origin of the local people mentioning the origin of Swahili. With a guide you will be able to trace the historical pattern leading to the influence of the sultans. In addition you will learn the culture of the local people through different exhibitions.You will enjoy a walk in narrow streets of the Mombasa old town passing through the famous fish market before driving to see the elephant tusks as a monuments of the ancient (now illegal) ivory trade. After you will then walk in the market with lunch at a local dishes to sample the local cuisines. After lunch you will be taken to the Haller Park. This is not a zoo but a free roaming animal sanctuary born out of the idea to conserve a big old vast former cem"""The tour begins from any accomodation in Mombasa area and visits: Fort Jesus Historical Museum
From $125.00
 
Half Day Mombasa City Tour
"Start your half day tour by walking through Mombasa the second largest city in Kenya to see the asymmetrical streets slow pace of life and diverse population. It is mostly a Swahili town and women can be seen wrapped in brilliant multicolored kanga. You will walk through the winding streets of the Old Town viewing the mosques and buildings as you pass before arriving at the Old Port to see the Dhows.Later you will visit the Mackinon market Elephant Tusks and Indian Temple before visiting Akamba Woodcraft at Changamwe where you can see the craftsmen at work. Here you can try your bartering skills before being transferred back to your hotel.""""Depart from your beach hotel in the morning and drive to Mombasa. Visit to Fort Jesus Museum built by the Portuguese at the end of the 16th century the Old Port
From $72.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Mombasa

Mtwapa- Big Game Fishing

Ok, Stop! Do you love fishing for fun? if yes, Next time you are in Mombasa take some time out and go fishing at Mtwapa coastline. Its the Ideal place for Big Game Fishes! the place has two types of...
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Squinchez
Jul 05, 2007

Ngomongo - ethnic village

visit the Ngomongo village and interact with the villagers and learn about their interesting culture and traditions, way of life. coluorful traditonal dancers will also entertain you that you will...
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Squinchez
Jul 05, 2007

Shanzu Beach hotel

The hotel rooms are located just afew yards from the beach, thus giving a beautiful view of the ocean. and fine breeze and their food! its just delicious whether it be fine dining or just casual quick...
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Squinchez
Jul 05, 2007

Diani Beach

Diani Beach, situated about 30km south of Mombasa, is residential area where most of the houses owned white people. It is rather small town known for its huge white- sandy beach, open to the Indian...
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croisbeauty
Sep 09, 2006

Diani Beach

Forthy Thieves is very good restaurant situated right on the Diani Beach. It offers both traditional Kenyan and international food. Our taxi driver ordered grilled chicken with potatoes made in...
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croisbeauty
Sep 09, 2006

Snakes alive

The Snake Farm is quite something else. The most deadly snake in Africa is kept behind glass here. Whilst not a lover of snakes, I won't hurt them if they don't hurt me philosophy, this is well worth...
hurghadalady
Jan 04, 2005
 
 
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Don't venture out at night on your own

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...
rayet_uk
Nov 24, 2004

EQUATOR

The Equator runs right across Kenya, so Mombasa is officially in the Southern hemisphereyou can tell this because the water goes down the plughole in an anti clockwise spiral, in the Northern...
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BerniShand
Feb 06, 2004

The wood carving village is a...

The wood carving village is a good day out, see chunks of wood turned into finely carved works of art, not the same as the crudely carved bits on the beach and in the town and not too expensive all...
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Linky_Pinky
Aug 26, 2002

I went to a beach area which I...

I went to a beach area which I seem to remember is to the south of Mombasa called the Twiki Lodge. At the north end of the beach was a rock formation that turned out to be a cave. It looked to have...
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shayghc
Aug 26, 2002

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"Mombasa - Entrance to Kenya"
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