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A big reason why thousands of people visit Mombasa each year is the beautiful beaches that stretch for miles along the North and South Coasts. In addition to being a haven for those who are looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation, water sports and fishing enthusiasts can also get their money’s worth.
But Mombasa has a lot more to offer visitors than just beaches. Remnants of historical and cultural attractions from centuries ago still remain. Other attractions showcase the diversity of flora and fauna in the region, and nature parks are an appealing destination for many visitors. As well, there are opportunities to experience the different facets of the Kenyan culture – within the city, in some of the surrounding towns, and even in remote villages.
Fort jesus

Fort Jesus is Mombasa’s most popular tourist attraction. The fort, located along the coastline near the Old Town, is a monumental piece of architecture that was built in the 16th century by the Portuguese. The fort has a museum that displays various artifacts from the era where Mombasa served as a transit point for the slave trade and commodities, and which enjoyed regular visits by seafarers and the like. Its interior comprises of torture rooms and prison cells where slaves were kept in captivity before being traded. Weapons such as canons, which were used to defend the fort from invading foreigners as well as rioting locals, can be seen both inside and outside of the fort. The fort opens its gates for viewing in the morning and closes at dusk.

Gede Ruins

On the North coast of Mombasa towards the town of Malindi lays one the most 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. These ruins date back from the 15th century, and through careful preservation most of the original foundations can still be seen today. A well-informed and educated guide gives a tour of the ruins. The ruins are designated as a National Museum by law, and their preservation are a direct reflection of the commitment of the Government to uphold the country’s cultural and historical background.

Mombasa Tusks

The Mombasa “Tusks” are symbolic representations of entrance into the heart of the town. The tusks were built to commemorate the visit of Queen Elizabeth to the town in 1952, as they lay directly on the path from the port to the town. Ivory was considered to be an exquisite commodity during the time, and in essence the tusks were meant to embrace the Queen and the British Empire into the town and within its social structure. Coincidentally the tusks also spell the letter “M” for Mombasa.

Old Town

Old Town” is the part of Mombasa that is reminiscent of the days when the Arabs exerted a heavy influence on the town and its culture, and especially in the architecture and language (Kiswahili has a lot of phrases derived from various Arabic dialects). It is well known for its ancient buildings, extravagant art designs and curio shops that sell antique and popular Kenyan souvenirs. Old Town is best seen when explored by foot with an experienced guide, as the streets are too narrow to accommodate a large number of vehicles. The town’s inhabitants are mostly of Arab origin who’s forefathers once roamed the same streets of the town. Fort Jesus is located just a few steps away from where the town “starts”, thus a complete tour of the fort and the “Old Town” can be done in a single day.
Haller Park

Haller Park is the largest animal sanctuary in Mombasa. Located next to the Bamburi Cement Factory, the Park boasts an enormous variety of animals, reptiles, insects and botanical gardens. Walking along the trail is the ideal way to look at the various animals, and on many occasions holding or feeding a reptile such as a snake is allowed under close supervision of a guide. Educational videos are also shown, with emphasis on the the history and continuous improvement of the trail. It was previously a barren piece of land that had been stripped of its resources through limestone mining, and was redeveloped through reforestation and conservation efforts, and is now a habitat for a large number of flora and fauna species.

Mamba village

Mamba Village, which is situated in Nyali, is East Africa’s largest crocodile farm. A tour of the 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. Souvenirs of your visit can be bought at the Mamba Souvenir shop located within the village.

DIANI BEACH (South coast)

The coastline south of Mombasa is a tropical paradise of palm fringed white sand beaches, where the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean meet beautiful coral reefs. The protective reefs have created ideal beaches with calm, inviting waters. Days are filled with sunshine and nights are balmy and warm with gentle sea breezes. The beaches are bordered by lush green coastal rainforests with prolific birdlife and variety of wildlife including baboons, rare colobus monkeys and even leopard. A wide range of World Class resorts, centred around Diani Beach allow visitors to relax and enjoy this natural paradise with the best standards of accommodation, service and cuisine.
The south coast also has many smaller quiet getaways such as Tiwi Beach, ideal for travellers looking for a low key break.Inland, the fertile hinterland of Kwale District consists of small villages inhabited by the Wakamba, Digo and Duruma tribes. The offshore reefs are alive with coral, myriad fish, sea turtles and dolphins. Both outer and inner reef walls offer world class diving with spectacular coral gardens and drop offs. At Kisite-Mpunguti, a Marine Reserve has been established around beautiful Wasini Island, an ideal day trip for divers and snorkellers. Further south, the small fishing village of Shimoni is home to a series of deep mysterious coastal caves that stretch from the sea to deep into the jungles. Historically, these caves were long used as a refuge for Dhow Sailors, Arab slavers and explorers. Whether you are looking for a base to actively explore this fascinating region, or just somewhere to unwind and find peace, Kenya's south coast has everything you could wish for. Shimoni is also an excellent base for big game fishing in the waters of the Pemba Channel The gateway to the South Coast is Mombasa.
Lamu Island

In the 14th Century, Lamu was established as a Swahili trading outpost and settlement. The town became an important landmark on the Northern sea trade route, and one of the great centres of Swahili culture.
The islands history is long and colourful. Some believe that the island has been settled since the 7th century, although the first written history of the island begins in 1402. Local legend speaks of the lost city of Hadibu, an Arab settlement buried beneath the rolling dunes of Shela beach.
Shela was the scene of a great battle and massacre in the mid 18th century, as Lamu battled its neighbouring islands, Manda and Pate.

MASAI MARA National Reserve

Masai mara there is no place like this on earth, a place of exceptional beauty that has drawn visitors from all over the world. Abundance of wildlife, flora and fauna breath taking sunsets and sunrises. Home to the ‘Big five’ (Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Elephant, Rhino) and the BBC Series THE BIG CAT DIARIES.  But the most spectacular phenomenon is the Great Migration that has been named as the 7th wonder of the world. 
Every year around the same time (July – October) Masai mara hosts about 2 million animals that include wildebeests,zebras,plain game and carnivores as well as hundreds of bird species, added to the resident animals. During this Great migration of these animals from the Serengeti National park in Tanzania to the Masai Mara is a sight to behold. The massing along the swollen river mara bank, crossing becomes one of the most spectacular sights. Masai Mara /Serengeti eco-system is the perfect habitat for the abundant wildlife. The mass of over two million animals cover the savanna and grassland as far as the eye can see, predation by the lion,leopard,cheetah and hyena at this time is great simply due to the numbers, a time of plenty for all.


Lake Nakuru often also referred to as the ‘ornithological paradise’  hosts millions of flamingoes, pelicans, Fish Eagles and over 400 species of birds. The largest population of the rare and endangered Black rhino species is found here, its cousin the ‘white’ rhino is also found here. The Salt Lake provides perfect nesting grounds for the flamingoes. 


This National Reserve is located on the northern part of Kenya, it host some of the most beautiful animals, the Gerenuk (giraffe necked antelope), Grevys zebras, reticulated giraffe, Beisa oryx and many Northern race animals

This National park hosts some of the rarest animals to be found in Kenya, these species include The Bongo Antelope, Black serval cat, Giant forest hogs and the very rare black leopard. Nocturnal wildlife viewing is possible here. Flora and Fauna is in Abundance in this park. Some of the activities in this park are Trout fishing, Trekking and the park also hosts THE RHINO CHARGE, (This is an event that the Rhino-Ark Organization has been holding to construct an electric fence around the park, to reduce human wildlife conflict and to stop the encroachment on the park by the locals, This fund raiser teams range from professional rally drivers to bush whackers whereby they go through various obstacles from cliffs, swamps to rugged terrain.)


This National park is a salt water lake and boasts of a large number of flamingoes, pelicans. Most of the flamingoes that migrate from Lake Natron in Tanzania find their way to this lake. Another great attraction in this park are the Geysers, ‘Natural sauna’ some of these geysers shoot up few feet in the air, a major attraction to the visitors.


Meru National Park is located in the North Eastern part of Kenya, the conservation area also includes, Bisanadi and Kora National parks. The world renowed conservationist George Adamson Together with His Wife Joy Adamson hand reared orphaned lion cubs here and later released them back into the wild, except for one lioness ‘Elsa’ which stayed with them and was buried side by side with the conservationist.
Major attractions include Lions, Elephants, The Rhino sanctuary,Adamson falls,

Located in the coastal part of Kenya, Shimba hills is home to the rare Sable Antelope that can only be found in this National park. Major attractions are Elephants, The shedrick falls, and the indigeneous forest cover. The Shimba Hills Lodge is also an attraction as it is built overlooking a watering hole and swing ladders that cut across the Evergreen bush if you want to go bird watching or just a bush walk.

Watamu marine park prides its self for being a home to over 600 species of fish, turtles and coral gardens that are merely 300metres from the shore.

This is one of the best and most accessible marine parks in Kenya, Its shallow waters makes marine life easy to spot and the brightly coloured coral rocks. Attractions include, Dolphins, sharks, turtles, butterfly fish and beautiful coral. Some of the activities include, snorkeling, diving and swimming with Instructors on hand to help the less experienced swimmers. For non swimmers there is glass bottom boat.



Zanzibar Island, whose local name is Unguja, is one of two main islands that make up the semi-autonomous state of Zanzibar. It is a partner state in the United Republic of Tanzania, the largest country in the east coast of Africa.

Zanzibar is located in the Indian Ocean, about 35 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania, at Longitude 39 degrees East and Latitude 6 degrees south of the Equator. The highest point of the island is 150 meters above sea level.

The Island's capital, also known as Zanzibar, is one of the oldest cities in Africa and boasts of a World Heritage Site in its collection of some of Africa's most valuable ancient architecture. It was established and for centuries ruled by Omani Sultans who reigned supreme in the east coast of Africa before the Portuguese and later the British came calling.

Famed for centuries for its cloves markets, Zanzibar is still the pre-eminent spice market in eastern Africa.



This vast National reserve is located in the North of the country, Serengeti is the oldest park and most popular National park in Tanzania. It is UNESCO world heritage site and Famous for its annual migration. The park spans 14,763km2 (5,700 sq m) of savanna grassland and riverine forest and woodlands. It borders Maasai mara , the south East of the park is Ngorongoro conservation area, western borders Ikorongo and Grumeti game reserve, North East is Loliondo and South west is Maswa game reserve and together they form the Serengeti Ecosystem. Attractions include the Big five (lion,leopard,elephant,rhino and buffalo), various species of plain game and an impressive 500 bird species.


Ngorongoro conservation area spans at an expanse of 809,440ha of savanna, woodlands, highland plains and forest. It includes the Ngorongoro crater the world largest unbroken caldera, Diameter of 16-19 km, crater floor 28,400 ha and a rim of 400- 610m above the crater floor. The conservation is a world heritage site located in the North west of Tanzania, Attractions include the olduvai gorge (a 14 km long deep ravine), stunning landscapes, concentration of wildebeests (over 1 million),25,000 large animals, 500 species of birds and plain game.


Tarangire National park is the sixth largest park in Tanzania, it spans an area of 2,850 km2  ( 1,100sq m). The name originates from the river that crosses through the park being the only source of water for wildlife. During the dry season migration of animals in the thousands from Lake Manyara to Tarangire takes place. Vegetation is mixed, baobab trees, dense bush and high grass. Attractions include, large herds of Elephants, baobab trees, Tree climbing lions and other plain game. Tarangire is also home to over 550 species of birds.
The lake spans a total of 530 km2. Which 330 km2  is land and forest while 200km2  is the soda-lake. Lake Manyara is famous for the flamingoes that inhabit the lake, an Ornithological paradise as it supports more than 400 species of birds. Tree climbing Lions, Leopards, blue Monkeys, giraffe and many other plain game can be found here. 

This is the highest Mountain in Africa  ( 5,895 m)- (19,341 feet ), and the highest free standing mountain in the world. It has three volcanic cones Kibo, Mawezi and Shira. Mawezi and Shira are extinct but Kibo is dormant and could erupt again, the most recent activity was about 200years ago and the last major eruption was 360,000 years ago. The Mountain supports a wide variety of ecological systems, heath, moorland, alpine desert, rainforest and artic summit. The Mountain snow caps are diminishing having lost more than 80 percent of their mass since 1912, According to scientists it may be free of ice within the next 20 years.


Bwindi National park is located in the south of Uganda, 350 Km2 ,  it is a true rainforest that is regarded to be one of the most diverse forests in Africa, It is the source of five major rivers that flow into Lake Albert. Tourism in Bwindi focuses on Gorilla tracking, more than half of the Mountain Gorillas reside in Bwindi.  This park also supports  close to 130 animal species, substantial number of primates- Chimpanzee, red and blue tailed monkeys, and a total of 350 species of Birds.
It is one of the most accessible reserve in Uganda, The 1,978km2 is at the foot hills of the Ruwenzori Mountains, it also borders Lake Edward to the west and Kigezi Wildlife Reserve to the south. Queen Elizabeth National reserve is mostly savanna but also has large areas of swamp. It supports at least 10 crater Lakes, diverse wildlife, birdlife and Flora and fauna. Some of the attractions include The semi-aquatic Sitatunga, over 100 mammal species, 600 species of birds, Lake Edward,Ishasha plains,Ishasha River gorge. Activities include, chimpanzee tracking in Chambura gorge,forest walks.

This park is located in the Murchison falls conservation area and is the largest protected park in Uganda,  an area of 3,840km2.  It supports Budongo Forest and Karuma wildlife. The park is divide into two by the mighty river Nile with both north and south of the park having different vegetation cover,green grasslands, riverine woodland and forested respectively. Attractions include, The Murchison falls. Wildlife, Karuma falls, game viewing on the delta circuit, Nile river launch trip.


At 548km2  Liwonde is one of the smallest parks in Malawi. The variety and numbers of game animals is better than any other park. The park is primarily mopane woodland, open grassland and deciduous trees. It is close to the Shire river on the western side of the park boundary. Some of the attractions include game viewing by water, herds of elephants, hippos, walking safari, black rhino birdlife (400 species) a variety of plain game and carnivores.

Kasungu National park is 2,316 km2 mainly of natural woodland and bush with occasional small patches of open grassland. This second largest park in Malawi widely known for animal tracking, bird watching and viewing of the wild orchirds.
Some of the attractions include viewing the largest herds of Elephants than any other park in Malawi, birdlife and a visit to some of the historical sites like the cave paintings and an iron kiln sited near the Zambian border.

This is the largest park in Malawi, the area is 1,802 km2 of rugged terrain. Some of the rivers that drain into Lake Malawi have their sources here, Countless streams and waterfalls which emerge from the steep edge of the escarpment, This woodland which has deciduous trees shed their leaves after the new foliage which usually burst forth into a colourful display. Attractions include various species of antelopes, large herds of Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Birdlife that includes the palm nut vulture, freckled nightjar, stone chat, just to mention a few. The Chipata Mountain (5374ft) is a great way to see the reserve and across Lake Malawi, undeniably the principle attraction of the reserve.

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