Nestled on the coastline of Kenya, Mombasa offers spectacular sandy beaches, rare marine life, diverse wild life and a rich cultural heritage making it one of Kenya’s main tourist attractions offering a wide variety of activities for all ages and beautiful weather all year round.
With breathtaking scenery, rich history and a range of engaging activities, you will spoilt for choice with what to do. Whether you go on safari, immerse yourself in the local culture, get your pulse racing with water sports, or just take time to refresh your soul in nature, you are guaranteed a memorable visit.
For kids of all ages, zoom around in Go-Karts, Bounce on off-road buggies.
Palm lined crystal clear beaches with abundance of water sports, resorts and entertainment spots. (Nyali Beach, Bamburi Beach & Shanzu Beach)
Blessed with natural beauty, turquoise seas lap the sun-bleached beaches where you can sprawl rustling palms. It’s a popular spot for sunbathers and snorkelers. (Diani & Tiwi Beaches).
A magical lagoon with its internationally renowned birdlife of local flamingos and European Migratory birds that come during the winter.
An Indian Ocean inlet with small marinas and beautiful tropical vegetation. The creek is famous for bird watching, mountain bike tours and deep sea fishing. Also famous for its clubs and active nightlife
Is the biggest of its kind in East Africa providing complete family experience of fun in the water, land and air.
Considered one of the world’s beast beaches, this palm- fringed beach stretches for 20km and is free of sea weed. Its white sand and turquoise warm waters offer ideal conditions for kite surfing.
This is the only permanent sky diving club in Kenya that offers tandem skydives and courses led by an enthusiastic international team. Go get this experience of a lifetime while enjoying the breathtaking coastline view.
The scenic sea front along Mama Ngina Drive is 3km long and one of the most breathtaking parks found in the high humid Mombasa Island. It’s a popular picnic site where you can enjoy the manicured gardens and watch huge ships sail in and out of the port.
Located in the city center the serene gardens with a large fig tree are where the Union Jack was brought down and the Kenyan Flag hoisted for the very first time. It’s a very significant monument in Kenya’s independence struggle.
Built in 1593 by the Portuguese, was later used by the Arabs as toured rooms and prison cells for slaves in captivity before being shipped away.
Built between 1813 and 1821 and show cases exquisite Swahili style architecture, houses a library and environmental museum.
This mosque is the center of Maulidi Festival which held to celebrate the birth of Prophet Mohammed every year and attracts pilgrims from other cities and towns in East Africa. Other fun activities include dhow racing, donkey racing, local exhibitions and performances.
Theme pack show casing the original way of life of rural communities.
Part of Mombasa and is reminiscent of life under Arab rule. It is well known for ancient buildings, extravagant art designs and curio shops that sell antique and popular Kenyan Souvenirs. Best explored by foot.
Located along the North Coast of Mombasa. Founded in 1969, it’s a major tourist attraction with a cultural center showcasing 8 traditional homesteads. Enjoy a traditional meal at the restaurant accompanied by traditional dances and musical performances.
This non-profit cooperative manufactures and exports woodcarvings, animal sculptures, decorative accessories and customized crafts.
The Tusks were built in 1956 to celebrate Princess Margaret’s visit to Mombasa. A landmark of the city, they are not made of ivory as is sometimes thought but of aluminum. The tusks form dual archways over each side of the road creating the shape of an “M” for Mombasa or Margaret.
Popularly known as the land of lava springs and man eating lions, the park is also a home for the iconic Mzima springs with crystal clear waters. Expect to see lions, leopards, cheetahs, wild dogs, buffalos, rhinos, elephants and giraffes.
Home to a variety of marine life like crab, sea urchin, sea cucumber, and starfish. It also has sandy beaches and coral gardens. Other activities include snorkeling and diving.
Located in the city’s Bamburi area which was an abandoned quarry reclaimed and turned into an ecological paradise with a variety of wildlife and plant life. Its beautiful nature trails are ideal for long strolls or cycling.
The best place to see crocodiles in East Africa. Consists of scenic walkways, fish ponds, botanical gardens, Snake Park, aquarium and horse riding area.
A paradise of tropical butterflies. Learn about their connection to the local communities as well as their biodiversity in all its glory at the Mombasa Butterfly house.