The tour picks out some of the highlights of this
colourful city including the bustling fruit and
vegetable market. The Old Town and Port, Fort Jesus, the
famous Elephant Tusks in Moi Avenue and Akamba Wood
Afternoon transfer to a haven of reptiles (Africa's
largest crocodile Farm). Best Visit is during the
feeding time at 05:00 pm. Also in the farm are beautiful
botanical gardens which are worthy to be given a visit.
Depart after lunch for Bamburi Quarry Nature Trail.
The wasteland of the stone quarry has been reclaimed and
amongst casuarinas trees and other tropical floral reside
a variety of wildlife like Buffalo, the unique lovers
ĂHippo and Mzee tortoise Crocodiles and other Reptiles
can be seen wondering with crowned Cranes.
Drive to the Ngomongo Village, a
of tribal community groundings. Sample their life styles
and culture in the different tribal huts and catch a
real life glimpse of what may have been before
“civilization set in. A number of traditional huts
serving different tribal goundings have been created in
this theme village. Watch or participate in the
traditional food preparation, sample the various local
brews and marvel or participate in the tribal dances.
Take an evening excursion aboard a
to savour the sights and sounds of Mombasa historical
city from water. We come ashore in the old town and walk
to Fort Jesus escorted by guides in clourful costumes
carrying flaming torches. A spectacular sound and light
shows is followed by dinner inside the Old Fortess. Drop
back to your hotel.
Take an evening cruise aboard a traditional dhow and
enjoy the perfect combination of good food, romantic
atmosphere on this leisurely cruise in Mombasa Old
Harbour. Highlights includes a sumptuous seafood meal,
dancing under the stars and a gentle cruise through the
peaceful creeks of Mombasa.
Spend a day aboard a traditional sailing dhow
visiting the spectacular Marine Park of Kisite, home to
a myarid of tropical fish and lovely coral formations.
During the morning There will be opportunities for
snorkeling on the shallow reef, Dolphins might be seen,
followed by a fresh seafood lunch on Wasini Island. In
the afternoon we visit a Swahili village before
returning to the mainland and back to the hotel.