Mombasa Safari,Mombasa beach safaris packages, Kenya safaris

When you're done soaking up the sun along the famous Kenyan beaches, it's time for a Mombasa beach safari. Indeed, the combination of a stay at the beaches with a wildlife safari is a popular one among Kenya travelers.

Things To Do And See

  • Beach resorts: Along the excellent tropical beaches north and south of the Mombasa, you'll find dozens of good beach hotels in all price categories, offering luxury and many activities.
  • Safaris: The city is a good base for visiting some of the well-known safari and wildlife parks (especially both Tsavo parks but also Amboseli), and lesser known nature and marine parks are even in the direct vicinity of the city.
  • Cultural and historical sights: Within the city, Fort Jesus (a military fort built by the Portugese in 1593) and the Old Town vividly show the rich history of the region. Outside the city, the Gedi Ruins show that the coast region was doing very well commercially and culturally ages ago.


Here's some Safaris which we organise from Mombasa among others shown on our website.

1 Day Mombasa-Tsavo East National Park Safari

2 Day 1 night mombasa-Ngutuni Game Sanctuary Safari

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Amboseli National Park Safaris

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Tsavo East National Park Safaris

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Tsavo West National Park Safaris

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Tsavo East /Taita Game Sanctuary Safaris

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Tsavo East /West National Park Safaris

2 Days 1 Night Mombasa-Shimba Hills National reserve Safaris

3 Days 2 Nights Mombasa-Amboseli National Park Safaris

3 Days 2 Nights Mombasa-Tsavo East /Amboseli National Park Safaris

3 Days 2 Nights Mombasa-Tsavo East /West National Park Safaris

3 Days 2 Nights Mombasa-Tsavo East /West /Amboseli National Park Safaris

4 Days 3 Nights Mombasa-Tsavo East /West /Amboseli National Park Safaris

5 Days 4 Nights Mombasa-Ngutuni /Taita/Tsavo West/Amboseli Safaris

5 Days 4 Nights Mombasa-Tsavo East /West /Amboseli National Park Safaris

6 Days 5 Nights Mombasa-Aberdares/Lake Bogoria/Lake Baringo/Lake Nakuru/Masai Mara Safaris

6 Days 5 Nights Lake Nakuru/Masai Mara/Amboseli/Tsavo West Safaris


Facts For Visitors
The town of Mombasa is East Africa's largest port and Kenya's main tourist hub. Located in the southeastern part of Kenya, it is one of the most significant towns, not only for its imports and exports through its port but also as a major destination for tourists visiting Kenya.


The Town
The coastal city of Mombasa is actually an island with magnificent stretches of white sandy beaches and coral reefs. The town has four major roads, namely Digo Road, Nkrumah Road, Nyerere Road and Moi Avenue. Along these major roads are where most of the towns shops and businesses are located.


Getting Around
The Moi International Airport is an architectural symbol of Mombasa's growing investment in tourism. It has been newly-renovated, and a new terminal has been built to facilitate larger aircraft and increased passenger traffic. As a direct result, many of the major airlines that operate out of the airport have increased both the number and frequency of their flights, in particular from major European cities. Smaller airlines operate local and regional flights within Kenya and East and Southern Africa respectively.


Kenya Airways offers the most frequent flight schedule into and out of Mombasa, to a variety of national and international destinations. Visit Kenya Airways to view flight schedules. Another airline that flies to and from Mombasa is Air Kenya. More On this >>>>>>>

Respecting wildlife & Safety While on Safari

The wild animals are not like those found in theme parks ? they aren't tame.Most of the safari camps are unfenced and dangerous animals can (and do!) wander through the camps. Many of the animals and reptiles you will see are potentially dangerous. Attacks by wild animals are rare. However, there are no guarantees that such incidents will not occur. None of the Wilderness Safaris group of companies, their staff members, associates, agents, or their suppliers can be held liable for any injuries caused during an incident involving the behaviour of wild animals.


Observe the Following if Possible:

  • Please listen to the camp staff and guides. The safety precautions need to be taken seriously, and strictly adhered to.Don't go wandering off on your own without a guide ? even to your rooms. After retiring to your rooms at night, don't leave them.
  • Observe animals silently and with a minimum of disturbance to their natural activities. Loud talking on game drives can frighten the animals away. More On this>>>>>>>

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