While you are likely to spend a fair amount of time in the beautiful blue oceans and white sands when you’re in Mombasa, you will likely want to visit other places throughout the city and the region.
Below are three attractions that you should certainly put on your ‘must see’ list.
When you head toward the center of Mombasa, you will notice large tusks. These are symbols of the city and were originally built in 1952 to commemorate a visit by Queen Elizabeth. They are located along the path from the …
You’ve booked your trip to Mombasa and now that the time is drawing near, you need to seriously consider what you’ll pack and bring with you on this trip. Remember that many airlines now limit the number of check-in and carry on bags you can take with you. They also have weight limits for those bags, so you won’t be able to bring everything with you for this trip.
Scuba gear can be bulky.
If you plan on scuba diving on your trip to Mombasa, you will likely have the mask, snorkel, …
Nyali International Beach Hotel and Spa is located in Mombasa, Kenya. This glorious 3.5 star hotel has a full-service spa, an outdoor pool with a poolside bar, and outdoor tennis courts. Enjoy dining options at 5 restaurants located right at the hotel. There is also a café and 3 bars with lounges to sit back relax and enjoy a refreshing drink.
Looking to relax some place close to the hotel? The following are 5 destinations to relax near to your Nyali Beach Hotel:
Fort Jesus – This beautiful 16th century Portuguese fort …
Afrochic Diani is considered a boutique retreat and has only 10 well designed rooms. This gives guests quite a bit of privacy as you are not surrounded by hordes of other visitors, a common situation with other hotels.
Bamburi Beach Hotel Mombasa is a newly refurbished hotel facing the Indian Ocean, a 20-minute drive north of Mombasa. It is an all-inclusive hotel, so all meals are provided. The all-inclusive rates however do not include the mini-bar, bottled water, diet drinks or ice-cream.
Mombasa hotels have it all. Get away from the crowds, ride a camel on the beach, snorkel in a protected lagoon and sail in a dhow – all these await you at the hotels along the idyllic Indian Ocean coast. Of course, sun-worshipping on palm-fringed blindingly white sandy beaches is a priority. For those who can tear themselves from the sunbed, the laid-back historic town of Mombasa is less than 10 kms away from the nearest beach resorts.
Most hotels in Mombasa offer a choice of all-inclusive or half-board. However, not all guests are created equal, and some travelers have complained that full and half-board guests can be allocated a lower priority in terms of service...