The largest public beach popular with local residents.
Built in 1593 by the Portuguese as a military outpost.
East Africa’s largest crocodile farm.
The largest animal sanctuary in Mombasa featuring an large variety of animals
A reclaimed limestone quarry that now serves as a showcase in environmental conservation.
Mombasa Old Town
The old section of Mombasa City that features Arabian Architecture. Arabs have historically exerted heavy cultural influence.
Started in 1969 by the Association of Physically Disabled in Kenya (APDK), this is a cultural center featuring traditional homesteads, restaurants and dances.
Wild Waters, Nyali
A modern day water park featuring slides. It is built on 7 and a half acres of waste land. It is the largest of its kind in East Africa.