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Top Things to Do in Mombasa, Kenya, from a Cruise Ship - Created by Staff

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Haller Park

This article is about a nature park in Kenya. For the park in Budapest, Hungary, see Haller park. Haller Park is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa, on the Kenyan Coast. It is the transformation of a quarry wasteland into an ecological paradise.

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve is a marine park and national reserve in Mombasa, Kenya. The park is 10 km² (2,500 acres) while the reserve is 200 km² (49,400 acres).

An unforgettable El Moran Experience into Kenya and East Africa

Welcome to El Moran Safaris Take The Trip of a Lifetime & Let Us Excite You with The Wonders of Life Safaris That Offer You Flexibility, Experience The Great Migration in All its Splendour Enjoy Moments That Will Stay With You

Tropical Diving Mombasa: Welcome

Tropical diving Kenya is situated in Bamburi Beach Hotel in the North coast of Mombasa. Our multilingual PADI Instructors will guide your first steps to learn scuba diving or as a certified diver you can sign up to one of our dive trips.

Nyali - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nyali is a residential area within Mombasa City, located on the mainland north of Mombasa County. It is connected to Mombasa Island by the New Nyali Bridge. Nyali is known for its many high-class hotels, modern standards, and long white sand beaches making it a popular destination for tourists visiting Kenya.

Fort Jesus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fort Jesus (Forte Jesus de Mombaça) is a Portuguese fort built in 1591 by order of King Philip I of Portugal (King Philip II of Spain), then ruler of the joint Portuguese and Spanish Kingdoms, located on Mombasa Island to guard the Old Port of Mombasa, Kenya.

Mombasa Old Town - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Old Town is an area of Mombasa, Kenya. Situated on the south-east side of Mombasa Island, the Old Town covers an area of 72 hectares (180 acres), and is inhabited by a mix of local, Arab, Asian, Portuguese and British settlers.

Mombasa Go-Kart

Mombasa Go-Kart offers go-karting for adults and children and for private and corporate groups. We offer a 500m track which is 5 m wide and can be used by up to 14 karts. on a track with full technical support and catering facilities. For added safety, children can use speed-limited cars.

Tana River Primate Reserve - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The lush river forest patches are unique remainders of western African forests. The river cuts through dry woodland and open savannah. Two endangered primates, the Tana River Mangabey and the Tana River Red Colobus, that are found there along with five more primate species.

Rabai - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Rabai, also called Rabai Mpya, is a historic location in Kilifi District in the Coast Province of Kenya about 12 miles northwest of the city of Mombasa. It is the first place in Kenya where missionaries of the Church Mission Society (CMS) established a Christian mission.

Jumba la Mtwana - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jumba la Mtwana is a former slave port on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, lying on the Mtwapa Creek, north of Mombasa. Mostly dating from the fifteenth century, its features include the Mosque by the Sea.

Shree Cutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple Mombasa

Shree Cutch Satsang Swaminarayan Temple - Mombasa, Kenya

Casinos | Mombasa Deals

Golden Key Casino is rated as the best casino in town. The casino is part of the famous Tamarind Restaurant, thus making it a marvelous place for an evening of superb dining coupled with wonderful entertainment.

Ngomongo Villages

Ngomongo Villages is a well-known sustainable eco-cultural tourist village located in Mombasa, Kenya. Once a sun baked, arid, barren and rocky base of a former limestone mine, the floor of this quarry was barely five feet above the slightly salty water table.