|Mombasa is a place steeped in history, yet at the
same time fascinating commercial and cosmopolitan port
town. Mombasa is an island connected to the mainland by
bridges and ferries. The town over looks a wide harbor,
where commercial shipping mingles with traditional
The true heart of Mombasa is found in the exotic old
town, among the narrow winding streets and Arab
architecture. The air here is always heavy with the
scent of spices. At the dhow docks fresh fish and goods
from all along the coast arrive daily.
Mombasa also boast of world class beach hotels both in
it's north and south coast
Mombasa City Tour: The tour picks out some of the highlights of this
colourful city ...
Mamba Village Tour: a visit to a haven of
reptiles (Africa's largest crocodile Farm).
Haller Park Excursion: The wasteland of the stone
quarry has been reclaimed and amongst casuarinas trees
and other tropical floral reside a variety of wildlife
like Buffalo ...
Ngomongo Cultural Village Tour:
Drive to the Ngomongo Village, a miniature reflection of
tribal community groundings. Sample their life styles
and culture in the different tribal huts and catch a
real life glimpse of what ...
Wasini and Kisite Tour Mombasa South Coast - Full Day
: This is a visit to a marine paradise,
aboard typical dhows to discover the colors and beauty
of coral reefs together with extraordinary marine fauna
and water birds lunch based on fish and crabs at Wasini
Mombasa City Tours and Excursions
|Water Sports in Mombasa, Kenya
|Kenya is a water sports lover's
paradise. Water sports in Kenya's Coastal towns of
Mombasa, Ukunda, Diani, Watamu and Malindi include
swimming, diving, boat racing, fishing, kite surfing,
wake boarding jet skis, Banana boat rides and more
The warm currents off the shores of Kenya's Coastal
towns (Kenya's Coastal towns include Mombasa, Ukunda,
Diani, Watamu and Malindi) make the waters ideal for
swimming and diving. Ace Pioneer Expeditions Africa can
arrange for you to enjoy waters sports by the day and a
dazzling nightlife after sunset.
One of the most recent developments in water sports in
Kenya has been the introduction of kite surfing. Kenya
is ideal for kite surfing, owing to the warm waters,
abundant winds and the beauty of its coastal areas.
Other water sports in Mombasa, Diani, Watamu and Malindi
include windsurfing, kayaking, catamaran boating and big
game fishing. We can make arrangements for you to be
trained and hired equipment necessary before you go for
water sports in Kenya.
The lakes of the country also provide many opportunities
for indulging in water sports in Kenya. Boat
racing on the Lake Victoria, once a traditional sport of
the nearby villages, now attracts many visitors who are
keen to participate.
Those who are not quite so keen on extreme water sports,
yet would like to enjoy the beauty of the Kenyan coast,
would like a leisurely cruise on a dhow, a traditional
Kenyan boat. Take a trip to any of the smaller islets a
little away from the shore, and spend the day
picnicking, shelling, and fishing.
Divers will love the Kisite Marine Park in Mombassa,
rich in marine flora and fauna. Many large luxury dhows
offer daylong cruises on the sea. Explore the beautiful
coral reefs off the coast, as you let the enchanting
world underwater captivate you.