Overlooking the white sands of Nyali Beach, the Voyager Beach Resort is one of Kenya's most popular beach resorts and is just 7km from Mombasa, with a selection of shops and bars just a five minute drive away. Great for families the hotel has an extensive kids club with marine education centre and a fantastic fun pool.
|Number of People per Group||2Pax||2Pax||2Pax||2Pax|
|Cost per Person Sharing||41,000||30,250||26,667||24,875|
Situated in Nyali, Mamba Village is one of East Africa’s largest crocodile farms. With daily tours along the farm and a separate playground for kids to enjoy when they get bored with the tour, makes the farm ideal for a weekend plan, the highlight of the tour is the feeding time when all the blood-thirsty crocodiles fight for food!
Warm azure ocean, swaying coconut palms on white sandy beaches are to be found in the Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve. The park lies between the Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks and its blue waters are ideal for wind surfing, water skiing, snorkelling and diving. They also provide a home to a colourful variety of marine species including crabs, starfish, stone fish, cucumbers sea urchins, corals, turtles, sea grasses and interesting migratory birds including crab plovers.
Formerly known as Bamburi Nature Trails, Haller Park is ideal for cycling, jogging, nature trails while inhaling nature in all its beauty. With various options to choose from, such as the Game Sanctuary, Reptile Park, Butterfly Sanctuary and bird watching. Take a leisure walk through lush forests, lakes, streams and plantation and get to be at one with nature.
Known for its heavy historical Arabic influence, its ancient buildings, amazing architecture with extravagant art designs that teleport you back in time. With various curio shops to choose from, one can get amazing antiques at affordable prices, not to mention unique ornaments, fabrics, fruits and vegetables at such an affordable price. A walk down old town is therapeutic in itself, with the sound of children laughing and playing along the narrow streets .
Spend the afternoon enjoying the Indian Ocean breeze, get a glimpse of ships, coming and leaving the country as you sail via boat across the Indian Ocean.
Located in the heart of Old Town, this charming coffee house is ideal for one to savour snacks, while having a cuppa on a cool afternoon and enjoying the Swahili influence that this little coffee house has to offer for very affordable prices.
For those interested in a different side of Mombasa, this public beach is never a dull moment.
Children under 3yrs Free Of Charge
Children 3 -12yrs sharing 50% of Adult rate
Children 3-12yrs occupying own room 75% of Adult rate
Days : 3 | Nights : 2