Mombasa City is an amazing place to experience one of the best adventure tours in Kenya. Take a look at some of the best Mombasa Excursions and places to visit in this tour today! Find out how much you can do in Mombasa in just a day!
As with other areas in Eastern Africa, Mombasa has two rainy seasons. The longest of which is in April and May, and dusting off in June. You have hours of sunshine, overcast and also few days of “rain-break”, thanks to Kenya being right on the equator. The rains are followed by the long dry season from July through October. This is the best time to visit Mombasa when combined with a safari as the sky has few clouds, and sunshine is abundant. The short rains in Mombasa begin in November and last until the end of December. This is when the shorter hot-dry season begins. Average temperatures vary only slightly over the course of the year. With January and February and parts of March being the warmest month.
Mombasa is a coastal city of Kenya along the Indian Ocean. It is the country’s oldest and second-largest city , with an estimated population of about 1.5 million people in 2017. Its metropolitan region is the second largest in the country and has a population of approximately 3 million people. Administratively, Mombasa is the county seat of Mombasa County.
Mombasa is a regional cultural and economic hub. It has an extra-large port and an international airport, and is an important regional tourism center. Mombasa is located on the east coast of Kenya, and is the home of one of the State House (Kenya). It is a second capital in all but name.
Discover the highlights of Nairobi or Mombasa from a local perspective.
Take a walking tour and experience the unique atmosphere of Nairobi’s bustling city center or Mombasa’s Old Town.You could Enjoy breathtaking views from the KICC tower – an impressive 28-story skyscraper or take a beach stroll in Mombasa.
Visit top Nairobi attractions such as Mzee Jomo Kenyatta Mausoleum and Kenya National Archives.Learn about the first stock market and the “Thorn Tree”- the first post office at Sarova Stanley hotel. Shop local crafts at City Market or Maasai Market and let your guide help you bargain
Get insights about the tribes of Kenya from your guide. Learn about the city’s culture and history. If you wish, finish the tour with a coffee at one of the many coffee houses.
Our guides have been trained in collaboration with the National Museum. The tour can be customized according to your interests and schedule. Ask your guide for help.
– For your comfort wear casually
– Comfortable walking shoes
– Bottle of drinking water
– Smoking in public is not allowed.
– Taking pictures of government buildings.
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