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Monday, 17 December 2012

Mombasa Safari



The Kenyan coastline is approximately 536km fronting the Indian Ocean, with some of the most beautiful beaches in the worlds. The long white sandy beaches are home to some of the most diverse marine life in the oceans, with the abundance of beautiful bright corals, dolphins, butterfly fish, sharks and turtles, complimented by the large numbers of yellow and red tuna and snappers.
Mombasa City Tour
The Kenya coast is also rich in history, dating back over one thousand years, epitomized by the Vasco da Gama pillar and Fort Jesus. It’s very diverse culture has been influenced by a mixture of Swahili, Portuguese and European cultures.The region comprises five sub regions, namely the city of Mombasa, the North Coast, the South Coast Malindi and Lamu, each with unique features and tourist attractions.
Sunrise in Mombasa
Kenyan coast welcomes an enchanting power of nature which blends in with the exotic style of the Indo-Arab buildings to offer you a mesmerizing charm, which in Swahili is called Bembeleza”. Sit in the Balinese sun loungers on your room terrace and listen to the sound of the wind rustling the palm trees, enjoy the music of the waves and let your heart dance in silence, where your dream of total relaxation has finally come true.Choose to dine on the open –air terrace, facing the sea and swimming pool or inside the air conditioned restaurants with the same view. Enjoy a cuisine of Mediterranean touch with a selection of fresh fish and seafood, pasta meat, fish, vegetarian dishes, among other indigenous cuisines.
Spice your holiday in Mombasa by visiting some of the historical places in Mombasa which includes Fort Jesus, Vasco da Gama, Mwalugange elephant sanctuary, Arabuko sokoke for birders, gede ruins, among other Mombasa safari.

JBA- Kenya Safaris