Three nights on Full board accommodation whilst on safari and Meal plan as described, B=Breakfast, L=Lunch and D=Dinner.
Finest accommodations of Hotels, Lodges, and Camps selected for the program either in double/twin/triple room sharing as described
Services of an English speaking professional driver/guide.
Guaranteed departures for two or more passengers booking this safari.
Exclusive transportation (ground) in a 4x4 Safari land Cruiser with a pop-out roof hatch and UHF radio.
Optional transport in a safari tour bus 4 x 4 or 4x4 Tour van with a game viewing roof hatch and UHF radio.
Bottled Water while on safari.
Pre–tour itinerary document.
Guaranteed window seat in a comfortable safari vehicle with open roof hatch for game viewing.
Membership in Flying Doctors Society – Emergency air rescue.
Start and end in Mombasa.
- Entry charges (visa) to Kenya and any other International airfares (visa is approximately 50 dollars) and cost of processing passports.
Any cost of gratuity for Porterage / waiters at hotels, camps and airports.
Any Christmas, New Year and Easter Supplement.
Essential expenses of personal nature such travelling insurance, excess baggage fee.
Communication charges like, emails, faxes and phone calls.
Any food and beverage not described in the itinerary like beer, spirits, extra sodas, or juice and champagne.
Any accommodations and -Any other extras not detailed in the above itinerary.
Any chargeable outdoor activities that are offered by the lodges or hotels like helicopter rides, motor sports, boat rides, horse riding where applicable in specific areas and any other service not mentioned above.
South of Wasini Island, Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park is a popular spot for snorkeling, diving, and dolphin spotting - usually from the decks of a traditional dhow. The park encompasses four small islands surrounded by fish-rich coral reef.
On the southeast side of Mombasa Island, the "Old Town" is reminiscent of the days when the Portuguese ruled this important port. The town's inhabitants are mostly of Arab, Asian, and European origin, and the architecture reflects their cultures.
South Coast Beaches
The coastline south of Mombasa is a world of natural beauty. Turquoise seas lap the sun-bleached beaches where tourists sprawl under rustling palms. Rainforests with abundant wildlife and birds skirt this idyllic stretch of coast, and coral reefs protect the swimming areas from offshore swells.
Generally reached by dhow, Wasini Island is a popular day trip from Mombasa. Dolphins regularly cruise these waters and passengers can stop to snorkel and dive the coral reefs along the way.
Nestled in lush rainforest, Gedi was one of the ancient Arab towns along the East African Coast, which was probably rebuilt in the 15th and 16th centuries. Today, visitors can tour the ruins where the Great Mosque, the Palace, coral-stone houses, and pillar tombs have been unearthed.
Welcome drinks at hotel
Stay in 3 star hotel
Day 1Mombasa City Tour
Pick up from the airport /Hotel by our representative you will be briefed about your excursion in Mombasa after which you will go on a guided tour of Mombasa old town, later taking you to the oldest museum in Mombasa the Fort Jesus .Here you will have a chance to appreciate the Swahili culture ,Portuguese and Islamic architecture and old history of the town as a major trade centre till lunch time when you visit Mamba Village .
After lunch we head to the famous Haller park for a refreshing nature trail with excellent game viewing of animals like the Hippo, crocodile, Eland and Buffalo. The park boasts of a prolific bird life, a giraffe sanctuary with thrilling moments when hand feeding the giraffe, walking the tortoise, and a snake park among others. You will have your dinner and overnight stay on return to the resort.
Day 2Water Sport, Visit Marine Park
Spend the day at leisure tasting the warm lovely weather of the coast along the white sandy beaches.In this lovely resort you get to enjoy beach walk and camel riding as well as relax in the morning enjoying hotel facilities. Activities you would like to undertake later afternoon include a thrilling glass bottom boat ride discovering the marine life,snorkeling sailing or diving amidst the colored coral reefs with spectacular marine viewing experience.
On return to the hotel enjoy refreshments at the facility, join in beach volleyball while enjoying snacks and beverages at the Beach Bar, or actively engage in the other sports like playing darts, table tennis, or a sundowner beach walk before your dinner as you enjoy live performances by a local band . You will have breakfast and dinner.
Day 3Golf, Beach volleyball, Watersports
After your breakfast and early morning beach walk, we have Several activities lined up for you which include: optional golf outing at the Rea Vipingo golf course. You could also enjoy an experience at the mamba village and later visit Haller park for a well deserved nature trail, where you feed the giraffe, walk with the tortoise, as well as marvel at the giant crocodiles and massive hippos in the various pools.Return late evening for dinner and overnight .
Refreshments at the clubhouse, snorkeling, beach volleyball while enjoying snacks and beverages at Cocos Beach Bar, the resorts entertainment hub in the evening after dinner while you enjoy some cocktails as you watch the good live performances.
The last day of your memorable tour you will leave for Mombasa Town after breakfast where you will be transferred to Mombasa International Airport for your flight home.
As the second largest city in Kenya with its busy port, Mombasa is a very important town both to Kenya and the east African neighbors –Uganda, Burudi, Rwanda as it provides an important route for transportation of goods and cruise visitors to those destinations and Kenya as well. Mombasa is an island connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries overlooking a wide harbor, which serves both big and small vessels and is Kenya’s main tourist destination, located on the eastern coastline bordering the Indian ocean and offers wonderful marine life tours, world class hotels in spectacular white beaches.
Fort Jesus an imposing historical icon stands watch over the harbor with huge gun turrets facing the ocean ,with underground passages of this 16th Century being preserved at this Fort which was the centre of a historic struggle for control of the Kenyan coast between the Portuguese army and the Arabs is a major tourist attraction and a heritage site.
Other attractions include haller park boasting of giraffes, cape buffallos, zebras, waterbuck, and hippos, and the world famous 130 year old tortoise and its adopted hippo orphan, with hundreds of birds including weaver birds, pelicans, and storks, with a thriving crocodile farm which is famous during feeding times. Nature trails leading to ostrich and butterfly farms, cycling at hallerpark are all popular activities and major attractions in this Kenya’s second biggest city that boasts big tourist hotels that line the Kenyan coastline led by the white sands, diani beach, nyali, voyager, Serena beach, continental, bamburi beach etc offering much needed comfortable accommodation.