7 days

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Experience a different kind of Kenya and escape to the sparkling white sandy beaches, palm-fringed skies, and shimmering turquoise seas of Mombasa's tropical shores. Stay at a vibrant fully inclusive resort on the coast of Mombasa. Spend sun-kissed days on the pristine shores of Mombasa beach, whilst exploring the vibrant tropical coast during your beach holiday.


  • Mombasa City Tour
  • Explore North Coast
  • Explore South Coast


Day 1: Arrival

Day 2: North Coast

Day 3: Mombasa City

Day 4: Diani Beach

Day 5: Diani Beach

Day 6: Diani Beach

Day 7: Departure


  • Entrance Fees
  • Meals according to the itinerary
  • All Taxes/VAT
  • A professional driver/guide
  • International flights 
  • Visa Fees 
  • Travel Insurance 
  • Tips
  • Personal Purchases (souvenirs, drinks etc.)
  • Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour
  • Government imposed increase of taxes and/or park fees
  • Covid-19 Tests/Quarantines costs

Day by Day

Arrive at Moi International Airport where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel of choice in the North Coast.

Meal Plan: N/A

Accommodation: Budget: Kahama Hotel Mid-range: Severin Sea Lodge Luxury: Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa

After breakfast, explore some of the attractions on the North Coast such as;

Haller Park also called Bamburi Nature Trail is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa. Previously an abandoned quarry, the place was converted into an ecological heaven.

Go-Kart Mombasa is a place to chill with your friends and kids. Besides Go-Kart, there is much more to do like: Paintball, Off-road Buggies, Bulldozing, Mechanical Bull Riding, and Archery.

Mamba Village Center is the largest crocodile farm and home to over 1000 crocodiles. Along with this, it also houses a botanical garden and a horse and camel riding area. The Crocodile farm features an all-inclusive tour as well as presentations on the life cycle and behavior of crocodiles.

Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve. The park lies between the Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks and its blue waters provide a home to a colorful variety of marine species including crabs, starfish, stonefish, cucumbers sea urchins, corals, turtles, seagrasses, and interesting migratory birds including crab plovers.

Nguuni Nature Sanctuary is home to a diverse range of African wildlife and makes for a beautiful place to both explore and relax with friends and family. A number of species such as eland, giraffe, oryx, waterbuck, and several bird species can be found here. It is the best location to experience a sunset, game ride, barbecue, picnic, and enjoy sundowners.

Jumba La Mtwana is famous to be a Swahili ruined village of Mombasa that is tucked away in the Kilifi Country from the city. This one serves as a wonderful tourist attraction that consists of 4 mosques, a tomb, and four houses.

The Gedi ruins that lie to the North coast of Mombasa towards the Malindi town lays are one of the most historic ruins found in Mombasa. Built of rocks, Gedi was a little town that was inhabited by a few 1000 Swahili people.

The Moorings Floating Restaurant floating on top of the charming Mtwapa creek, with a wonderful waterfront setting and an amazing view, is one of the oldest seafood Mombasa restaurants. Not only do they serve tasty seafood, but their menu also specs chicken, steak, pasta, and vegetarian choices.

Mtwapa Creek is famous for mountain bike tours, and bird watching around the creek and is the starting point for deep-sea fishing tours. Mtwapa is also popular in Mombasa for its active nightlife and clubs.

Manda Island is majorly an unoccupied island discovered in 1965 by a British archaeologist. Today it boasts several newly-built luxury boutiques and home resorts that provide every amenity a visitor can ask for. Further to its clear waters and pristine beaches, Manda island is popular because of the ninth-century port, Takwa.

Vipingo Ridge is a 2,500-acre luxury gated community. It provides a big range of amenities including two eighteen-hole championship golf courses, a game sanctuary, a private airstrip, a clubhouse, and a private beach club.

Arabuko Sokoke Forest is the biggest and most well-preserved coastal forest in East Africa. The forest-rich and diverse wildlife is the largest reason why thousands of visitors visit this coastal reserve every year.

Ngomongo Village Park consists of many tribal homesteads showing a typical homestead of the various tribes. Each homestead is led by a tribal spokesperson who actually stays in the hut.

North Coast Beaches are broken by a big mouth of the Kilifi Creek whose blue waters are a well-known port of call when it comes to the global yachting circuit. Vipingo, Kikambala, Nyali, and Shanzu are home to a dynamic range of top-rated resorts that serve perfect cuisines and assure real services.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Budget: Kahama Hotel Mid-range: Severin Sea Lodge Luxury: Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa


After an early breakfast, we head into Mombasa City and explore the following sites.

Mombasa Tusks is one of the most visited and popular monumental structures in Mombasa. It was built to remember a unique visit by Queen Elizabeth in 1952.

Fort Jesus was built by the Portuguese in 1593 – 1596 and designed by Italian architect Cairati, Fort Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage place. Although it is partly damaged, Fort Jesus was built in the shape of a man and is a perfect display of sixteen-century Portuguese military architecture.

The old town of Mombasa is placed just off Fort Jesus and sprawls over 180 acres. The little streets are lined with old buildings featuring ornately carved wood and architecture that is a mixture of the influences of Asian, Arabia, African cultures, and European.

Masai Market entertains a lot of offerings for all the travellers and visitors. Here, you will find a big range of charming domestic artifacts and souvenirs, hence you will urge yourself to take all of them to your house. There are charming wood carvings, special paintings, and much more to look for.

Later we head down south to the beautiful beaches of Diani. Stretching along Kenya's Indian Ocean coast like a ribbon of brilliant white, Diani Beach is a gorgeous setting for a beach vacation. Against the backdrop of forests echoing with the cries of wildlife, visitors can relax in a truly idyllic destination.

Journey: +2hrs

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Budget: PrideInn Express Diani Mid-range: Diani Sea Lodge Luxury: The Sands at Nomads

Optional excursions at Diani Beach;

Shimba Hills National Reserve: As one of the largest coastal forests in East Africa after Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, this reserve is rich in flora and fauna and hosts the highest density of African elephants in Kenya. Other animal species found in the area are Sable antelope, elephant shrew, bushy-tailed mongoose, and other small mammals like fruit bats.

Skydiving Diani, Kenya’s only permanent Skydiving club. The club organizes tandem skydiving activities and quality equipment for safe jumping. Every March and November, Skydive Diani organizes the weekly boogies festivals.

The Kongo Mosque is one of the iconic tourist attraction sites in Diani. The mosque was built by Arab traders back in the 14th century and is the oldest mosque in East Africa.The mosque is surrounded by a beautiful garden with big baobab trees, which were planted by the Arabs. While outside the mosque, you can see the Kongo River and the Indian Ocean.

Chale Island: Right at the heart of Msambweni bay, 12 km south of Diani Beach, lies Chale Island. It has a spectacular white beach, beautifully fringed by coral reefs, making it a haven for tourists

The Mijikenda Kaya Forests consist of 10 separate forest sites spread over some 200 km along the coast containing the remains of numerous fortified villages, known as kayas, of the Mijikenda people.

Shimoni caves are located in Shimoni village, a sleepy fishing village about 75kms south of Mombasa near the Wasini Islands.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Budget: PrideInn Express Diani Mid-range: Diani Sea Lodge Luxury: The Sands at Nomads

Here are more optional activities to explore in Diani Beach.

Borabora Wildlife Park & Luxury Tented Camp is in the same ecosystem as Kaya Sacred Forest The forest is highly protected as it has trees that serve as medicinal plants, and is home to endangered Angolan colobus monkeys, yellow baboons, and Sykes monkeys.

Wasini Island, known by many visitors as “paradise on earth”, is located at the southern end of Kenya’s coast, and is a distance of around 1.5 km from the small town of Shimoni on the mainland.

The South Coast beaches of Mombasa are the essence of natural beauty. The charming turquoise seas lap the remarkable sun-bleached beaches which make it a favorite place for the visitors at large.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Budget: PrideInn Express Diani Mid-range: Diani Sea Lodge Luxury: The Sands at Nomads

Today is our last opportunity for the optional Island excursions, if you are on a honeymoon, this is the best day for romantic excursions like dining at Ali Barbour`s Cave Restaurant, go to a spa, or taking a sunset cruise on the ocean.

Meal Plan: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Accommodation: Budget: PrideInn Express Diani Mid-range: Diani Sea Lodge Luxury: The Sands at Nomads

Depending on your time of flight, you can still explore optional excursions in Mombasa before departure.

Journey: + 2hours

Meal Plan: Breakfast & Lunch

Accommodation: Not Included


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