Mombasa is mostly known for its beaches and world-class resorts. However, the city has so much more to offer as it is a cultural and historical center as well.

Fort jesus

Fort Jesus is an old fort on the island of Mombasa that was built to protect Mombasa from invaders. The fort was built between 1593 and 1596 and is a major tourist attraction in Mombasa.

Fort Jesus
Haller Park

haller park

Haller Park is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa. It is a reclaimed quarry wasteland and is now home to various plant and animal species.

Mombasa go-kart

Mombasa Go-Kart is located in Shanzu, Mombasa. As its name suggests it is primarily a go-kart circuit but also has other activities such as Paintball, computer games and a playground. It is perfect for a family outing.

Mombasa Go-Kart
Mamba Village entrance

Mamba village

Mamba Village is a crocodile farm in Mombasa. Other than that is has bumper cars, merry-go-rounds plus other rides.

Nguuni nature sanctuary

Nguuni Nature Sanctuary is a bush escape ideal for lighting campfires and watching animals such as giraffes, water bucks, and ostriches as well as various bird species.

Two giraffes and Nguuni Snactuary
Bamburi Beach

Public beaches

A visit to Mombasa is not complete without visiting on of its beautiful public beaches. Two popular beaches include Bamburi Beach and Pirates Beach.