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Tuesday, 14 May 2013 07:47

Things to do in Mombasa

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Mamba Village Visit (Crocodile Farm Tour)

East Africa’s largest crocodile farm is situated in Nyali

At five pm. daily, the crocodiles are fed and you can see them jump high in the air to snap the meat.

Other activities include camel Riding, Horse Riding & Mamba Restaurant overlooking the crocodile pond, a unique "a la carte" restaurant serves game meat like crocodile and ostrich.

There are also varieties of plants and flowers specializing in orchids and aquatic flora.

Mamba Village


Tamarind Dhow Dinner

An evening of exotic seafood blended with a romantic cruise aboard an authentic Arab Dhow around the old port of Mombasa Town.

Tamarind Dhow


Nature Trail Park (Haller park)

Haller Park nature Trail started as a cement factory in 1954 ad was transformed into a have of game animals and birds. Each has a function in Nature Trail's ecosystem, and almost all of them utilize a different feeding niche.

Haller park


Ngomongo Cultural Tour

Ngomongo Cultural Center is offers a glimpse of the lifestyle and cultures .Different traditional tribal huts are set up in this themed village, with peoples from the different tribes portraying their ancestors. Watch and participate in different food preparation, sample the local brews and various tribal dances etc.

Ngomongo Village


Shimba Hills National Reserve (Day Trip)

Shimba Hills National Reserve  is made up of both open grassland and dense rainforest, all with stunning views across the Indian Oceanlocated  56 km from Mombasa.

Shimba Hills


Bombolulu Curio Workshop

The Bombolulu workshop trains artisans in jewelry making, weaving, woodwork and crafting to provide them with a dignified way of earning an income.

Bombolulu Workshop

Fort Jesus
Fort Jesus

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