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During your short stay in Mombasa, there are different activities, which can keep you occupied. The colorful island town of Mombasa with its blend of ancient and modern buildings on the Indian Ocean is Kenya’s principal port and the country’s second largest city.
A comprehensive tour of the island include the old Arab town, with it’s maze of narrow twisting alleys displaying the beautifully curved doors and verandas, bazaars with curio and antique shops, the Dhow harbor still in use, a Hindu temple, a visit to the Akamba wood carvers and a drive to the bazaar for a short shopping expedition.
The high light of the tour is probably the visit to Fort Jesus. Built in 1593 by the Portuguese to guard the entrance to the old Dhow harbor, it is the island’s Landmark. Four hundred years old, the port still stands and serves as a historical museum.
Either have lunch at your hotel or Ngomongo village.
Drive to the Ngomongo village a miniature reflection of tribal community groundings. A glimpse of what may have been before “Civilization set in”. A number of traditional huts serving different tribal groupings have been recreated in this theme village. Watch or participate in the traditional food preparation, sample the various local brews and marvel or participate in the tribal dances.
Return to your hotel in the late afternoon.
Keron Safaris & Hotels
3rd Floor Savani House
Meru Road Mombasa -Kenya.
Tel +254 726 821 335