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Mombasa City Tour

Duration:
Full Day
Transport:
Saloon Car, Minibus, Buses
Tour Type:
Group Tour, City Tour, Nature trails
Group size:
Min 2
Location:

$180.00

Kenya’s most ancient city, Mombasa, is, strictly speaking an island, which boasts a long and proud history.
Highlights
Fort Jesus
Mamba Village
Bamburi Nature Trail
General History of Mombasa Coastal City
Mama Ngina Drive
Discount to 4 people and above 10%

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Description

Mombasa City Tour
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Pick up time is normally 0900hrs but this will also depend on your hotel location. Please contact us to re-confirm.

Sight seeing includes a visit to Fort Jesus (the fortress built by the Portuguese in 1593). Today the fort houses the museum.

A short walk through the old town with its narrow twisting alleys, overhanging balconies and carved doors brings you to the harbour. The harbour is still in use and one can find some Arab Dhows operating.

A short ride through the center of Mombasa takes you to other points of interest including the market; the huge elephant’s tusks (Metal board) along the Moi Avenue.

Across the causeway, to Changamwe to Akamba wood carving industry. This is a cooperative Industry that consists of over 1,900 Members all producing great variety of woodcarvings all at very reasonable prices.

After buying the carvings you will proceed Visit the Nature Trail Sanctuary for wild animals where different species of birds and wild animals can be seen. Also found in this Man Made Aden are the giant Tortoise, Fish, snakes, Hippos, Buffaloes, Orlyx, Elands, Giraffes and other variety of wildlife. Evening drop off at your hotel.

Cost includes:
– Entry fees to Fort Jesus
– Entry fees to Mamba Village
– Entry Fees to Bamburi Nature Trail.
– Pick up from hotel and back
– 1 litre of water per person
– Lunch at Tamarind Restaurant (all sea food)

Cost does not include:
– things of personal nature
– tips

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