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Mombasa is the no doubt one of the best travel destinations in Africa. It is laden with enough cottages, Villas and apartments for that very important holiday. Be it beach cottages, country side cottages, luxurious villas, beach apartments, budget apartments, self - catering cottages and villas, Mombasa has all the accomodation options you can think of.

Beach villas, apartments and cottages are found on the north and south of Mombasa town. They are all lined along the coast of Mombasa. To the north, they can be found on the pristine white beaches of kilifi, malindi and Lamu. To the South, they can be found on the most magnificent beach of the Kenyan coast, that is in diani beach and Tiwi Beach. Diani is a small popular resort town with very clear sandy beaches. Tiwi beaches are just as much clear and clean but are also secluded and private. In thses beaches, all types of accomodation can be accessed, be it luxurious villas, cottages and apartments, budget and affordable villas, cottages and apartments, kind like allin a one shop.

Mombasa north has just as much a wide array of accomodation just as Mombasa south. beach villas, cottages and apartments, luxurious and budget accomodation just as well.

The Mombasa town, that is Mombasa central business district provides two types of accomodation budget and executive or luxurious apartments. Its central location ensures easy accesibility to any part of Mombasa and other towns but is limited to experiencing the beach environment.

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Mombasa attractions include National Game and Marine Parks,  Historical Sites, Excursions and Safaris. With its rich history and culture, Mombasa attractions can easily offer you more than you bergained for.fort-jesus

Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya. lying on the Indian Ocean,  It is an island and the major port in Kenya ans East Africa, and an international airport. The city is the centre of the coastal tourism industry.  The town is also the headquarters of Mombasa District which, like most other districts in Kenya, is named after its chief town.


 The city has a population of 939,370, as per the 2009 census, and is located on Mombasa Island, which is separated from the mainland by two creeks: Tudor Creek and Kilindini Harbour. The island is connected to the mainland to the north by the Nyali Bridge, to the south by the Likoni Ferry and to the west by the Makupa Causeway, alongside which runs the Kenya-Uganda Railway. The port serves both Kenya and countries of the interior, linking them to the Ocean. The city is served by Moi International Airport located in the northwest mainland suburb of Chaani, northwest of Changamwe area.

Mombasa's Facts and Figures

Country Kenya
Province Coast Province
District Mombasa District
 - Mayor Ahmed Abubakar Mohdhar
 - City 295 km2 (113.9 sq mi)
 - Land 230 km2 (88.8 sq mi)
 - Water 65 km2 (25.1 sq mi)
Elevation 50 m (164 ft)
Population (2009)
 - City 939,370
 - Density 3,184/km2 (8,246.5/sq mi)
 - Urban 939,370
Time zone EAT (UTC+3)

The city is mainly occupied by the Muslim Mijikenda/Swahili people. Over the centuries, there have been many immigrants and traders who settled in Mombasa, particularly from Iran, the Middle East, Somalia and the Indian sub-continent, who came mainly as traders and skilled craftsmen.

Traditional dress for the Swahili women is a brightly coloured, printed cotton sheet called a kanga, which may have inspirational slogans printed on it. Muslim women wear a covering known as a bui bui, that is traditionally black, along with a head covering called a hijaab, and sometimes wear a veil called a nikab. Men wear a type of sarong, which is coloured in bright bands, called a kikoi.

There are several places to visit in Mombasa, including Fort Jesus, built by the Portuguese, and the Old Town, which is by now in bad need of repair but still shows plenty of examples of the old Islamic architecture. Biashara Street in Mombasa which in Swahili means "Trade Stree"


                                       Mombasa Hotels:-Hotels in Kenya Mombasa     

Mombasa has numerous hotels and accomodation of different classes littered on coastal beach shoreline and can be grouped into three:

North Coast Hotels: Hotels found on the northern side of Mombasa town.

Mombasa Hotels: Hotel found in and around the Mombasa town central business district.

South Coast Hotels: Hotels found on the southern part of Mombasa town

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Mombasa-Island-Full-DayFull Day City Tour takes you around... Price: $85  Book Now! 


Mombasa-City-Half-DayHalf Day City Tour takes you to Mombasa Island...Price: $45   Book Now!


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Amboseli-National-ParkAmboseli National Park at the border of Kenya and... Price: $380    Book Now!


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