Inclusion

Return Economy economy class airfare
Welcome drinks at hotel
Stay in 3 star hotel
Guided tour
Sighseeing
Airport transport
Buffet breakfast
Return Economy economy class airfare
Welcome drinks at hotel
Stay in 3 star hotel

Exclusion

Travel insurance
Increase in airfare
Airport fees
Travel insurance
Increase in airfare
Airport fees

Hotel

Hotel

Kisite-Mpunguti

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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.

Old Town

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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

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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.

Wasini Island

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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.

Gede Ruins

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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.

Other Inclusion

Return Transport
Welcome drinks at hotel
Stay in 3 star hotel
Guided tour
Sighseeing
Airport transport

Package Itinerary

Day ActivitiesTamarind Dhow Safari.

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This tour kicks off at noon or 6.30pm from the Tamarind jetty for the lunch cruise or evening cruise respectively. You are treated to a welcome Dawa cocktail as the Tamarind Dhow Nawalicker (meaning Gateway to Heaven) cruises past the Old Town and Fort Jesus deep into tudor creek in style.



Fine dinning consisting of delicious steak, grilled lobstar exotically prepared and served in Swahili style on the deck in front of the guests by the famous Tamarind Restaurant while floating on the ocean will leave a makilands safari visitor yearning for more. Fine popular tunes belted out by a local musical band on board invites the guests to the dance floor while other guests enjoy their favorite drinks offered by traditionally-dressed waiters who serve you with cocktail made with vodka, lime, honey, sugar and crushed ice while soft drinks or fruit juices are served to those who preffer non alchoholic concortions in a perfectly set merry making mood that will leave you thoroughly thrilled with a memorable lifetime experience. Marking an end to the beach party is a dramatic Aromatic Arabica coffee serving from a traditional Arab brass pot - the Kahawa Pot .The party comes to an end at 2.45 pm for those who joined over lunch time and 10.30 pm after dinner when you reluctantly sail back to the jetty for drop off to the resort.

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Exotic Lunch

Exotic Dinner