Moored seven kilometres north of Mombasa city centre, Voyager Beach Resort’s convenient ‘berth’ gives guests easy access to a huge variety of historical, sporting and cultural attractions, including Africa’s largest crocodile farm and the world-famous Haller Park.
The vibrant, ship-themed resort is famous for hosting some of Africa’s finest family entertainments and animation programmes, including unique themed journeys across the seven seas, culinary extravaganzas, and special music, fashion, comedy and acrobatic shows.
The Voyager’s Cabins are built with private balconies fitted with glass floor to ceiling sliding doors to give you uninterrupted views of the spread of the ocean and the tropical gardens. Depending on your taste, there is a selection of four cabin types to choose from with your comfort as the underlying principle.Voyager Beach Resort offers *236 spacious cabins, including:
⁃ 44 standard garden-view cabins,
⁃ 46 garden-view plus cabins,
⁃ 52 superior garden-view cabins,
⁃ 77 superior sea-view cabins,
⁃ 9 deluxe sea-view cabins,
⁃ 3 garden and 5 sea-view junior suites,
Dining on board The Voyager is a feast for the senses. On a typical fourteen-day cruise, you will dock at various ports of call, savouring local tastes and entertainment. Three days are spent on the high seas with the captain of the ship inviting guests to the high table.
The Voyager’s main restaurant, the Mashua invites passengers for dinner, the menus featuring the cuisine of the destination
The Smuggler’s Cove is set in a natural cove of coral that was once under the sea, is a beautiful hideout for intimate romantic dinners or an exclusive family affair. The speciality seafood restaurant offers the best seafood with fresh lobsters, prawns and calamari cooked in Swahili style with coconut, or grilled and accompanied by mouth watering sauces and chutneys. You simply cannot miss out on dining in the cove – Smuggler’s Cove an experience to remember.
Kaskazi Snack Bar you can never go hungry on board Voyager – the Kaskazi snack bar offers delicious snacks all day. So if you sleep in late or miss lunch, there’s always the Kaskazi to head to where you can indulge in all time favourites like fish and chips and pizzas. And to keep cool there’s always ice cream available.The Minestrone Restaurant enjoy a meal under the dazzling star filled skies of Africa indulging in Italian pizzas and pastas, meats and seafood with a cool sorbet to refresh the taste buds before embarking on the next course.