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Mombasa by the 15th century the port was thriving trade routes to China, Persia, and India. Today the mombasa continues to be the largest port on the East African coast serving the countries of Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, and eastern Zaire, and of course, Kenya. The population is fast approaching 2 million with 70% of African descent and a small minority of Asians and Europeans.

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Fort Jesus

Mombasa town has struggled with numerous foreign invaders and hostility. The Portuguese, Zimba tribe and the Omanis have claimed to own Mombasa since 12th century. By the late 1800 it became the base of exploration for British expeditions to Kenya’s interior. In 1988, the Imperial British East Africa Company set up headquarters in Mombasa. British rule of Mombasa became official in 1895 when they leased a stretch of the coast including the port city from the Sultan of Zanzibar. Officially this coastal region belonged to Zanzibar until Kenya was given independent by British government in 1963.

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When British finished building a railway line from Mombasa to Uganda in 1901, they affirmed Mombasa as a vital port in East and central Africa.

Mombasa city today remains one of Africa’s major links to the rest of the world by sea and air. Mombasa is a 15 sq km island surrounded by a natural harbor. The mainland on the southern and northern side of the island along the beach, boast many resorts and beach hotels.  The travelers to the island have many opportunities to explore and discover this beauty and fascinating island.

Amazing short tours from Mombasa

Bombolulu Workshops

The Bobmbolulu workshops are located along the north coast of Mombasa. Founded in 1969, Bombolulu Workshops is a Project of the Association for the Physically Disabled in Kenya (APDK). It consists of a Cultural Centre with 8 traditional homesteads.
from US$50

Gedi Ruins

On the North coast of Mombasa towards the town of Malindi lays one the most pre-historic ruins found in Mombasa, called the Gedi Ruins. Gedi was a small town built entirely from rocks and stones, which was inhabited by a few thousand Swahili people and ruled by a very rich Sultan.
from US$80

mamba village

Mombasa Mamba Village, is East Africa's largest crocodile farm. A tour of the farm starts with a movie on the life cycle and behavior 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.
from US$80


A day's excursion to one of the neighboring islands. Cross over to Wasini Island in a boat as you are greeted by a host of dolphins. A guided tour of the island follows before a seafood lunch. Afternoon is packed with water games, which include snorkeling, etc.
from US$80

Accommodation in Mombasa

Mombasa has many hotels situated along its white sandy beaches as well as in the heart of town. The best hotels can be found along the North Coast, where hotel rooms are just yards away from the warm sandy beaches. Most of the newer hotels are situated on the South Coast and further along the North Coast.
from US$345


Depart early in the morning for Tsavo East National Park and after one-and-a-half-hours you are already on a game drive in this game-studded park. Lunch at Voi Safari Lodge, whose location on a cliff affords you the view of the animals as they take turns in the nearby water hole. Return to mombasa
from US$190

1 night tsavo east safari

Depart early for Tsavo East National Park. Arrive for morning game drive.Lunch at Voi Safari Lodge. Afternoon, depart for Hilton Lodge, located a private game ranch. Retire to the stilt-erected Hilton Salt Lick Lodge. Morning safari and back to mombasa
from US$500

2 nights tsavo West safari

Leave after breakfast and proceed to Tsavo west park. Afternoon safari. Meals and overnight at kilaguni lodge. Whole day safari the nest day. Overnight at the lodge. Last day early mornig safari after breakfast drive back to mombasa
from US$750

4 nights tsavo and amboseli

Leave to tsavo park. Evening safari. Meals and overnight at kilaguni. Whole day safari meals and overnight kilaguni. Proceed amboseli. afternoon safari. Meals and overnight sopa lodge. Whole day safari. Last day morning safari and breakfst proceed mombasa
from US$990

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