Kenya Mombasa Coast Safaris

Full Day Malindi and Gedi Ruins Safari

From$150
1 Day
Mombasa
Gede Ruins
Guided tours around these ruins, to get a feel of the fascinating Swahili history, can be arranged from your hotel whilst you are staying on the North Kenyan Coast or Mombasa. The Gede Ruins are in the Kilifi district, 16 Km south of Malindi Town and about 90 Km north of Mombasa.
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TSavo East Full Day Safari

From$110
1 day
Mombasa Hotels
Tsavo East Naional Park
1 Day Tsavo East Safari – Its a Day trip safari originating from the kenya coast beach resorts to Tsavo east national park.Tour return back to the kenya coast resorts. Its specially designed for business and pleasure travelers with little time in Kenya for longer safaris.
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Dolphin Tour to the Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park

From$110
1 Day
Mombasa Hotels
Kisite- Mpunguti Marine National Park
Unspoiled, beautiful and sun kissed, the Kisite Marine Park was established to protect the scenic islands and special habitats of a wide range of endemic marine animals and breeding migratory birds. It lies in the coral gardens south of Wasini Island and encompasses three small coral rag forest islands, each with considerable areas of fringing […]
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Tamarind Dhow Cruise Dinner Experience

From$100
1 Day
Mombasa Hotels
South Coast/North Coast
(Tamarind Dhow is an authentic ocean going Jahazi (Traditional Arab Sailing Boats), formerly used for cargo trading along the Kenyan Coast and to the Arab States. Tamarind Dhow has been completely refurbished as floating Restaurant, without losing any of the Traditional aspects of the original Dhow. Tamarind Dhow is now moored at the Mombasa Tamarind […]
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Ngomongo Village Cultural Day Tour

From$100
1 Day
Mombasa
Ngomongo Cultural Village
Ngomongo is a tribal cultural village where visitors can gain a greater insight into the tribal community without having to leaving Mombasa city and spend days traveling from area to area.
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Half Day Mombasa City Tour

From$100
1 Day
Mombasa Hotels
Likoni
Mombasa is the perfect place to help you fall into the naturally languid rhythm of Swahili life while still enjoying the modern comforts of home. Mombasa is the largest city on the Kenyan coast and also the largest coastal port in east Africa. The city’s population is overwhelmingly African, many of whom are Swahilis, but […]
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