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Adventurer Explore Africa Tamarind Dhow for Lunch or Dinner, you will be picked from the hotel for a evening cruise aboard a traditional dhow and enjoy the perfect combination of good food, music and romantic atmosphere on this leisurely cruise in Mombasa old harbors.
Another Excursion that Adventurer Explore Africa offer is on the north coast of Mombasa towards Malindi lays one the most pre-historic ruins foundation in Mombasa. Called the Gedi Ruins, Gedi was a small town build entirely from rocks and stones, which was inhabited by a few thousand Swahili people and ruled by a very rich sultan.
Bamburi Nature trail is the largest sanctuary in Mombasa located in Bamburi next to the cement Factory; the nature trail boasts an enormous variety of animals’ reptiles, insects and botanical gardens.
A day trip to Mamba village Mombasa which is situated in Nyali, is the East Africa’s largest crocodile farm. Adventurer Explore Africa tour of the farm starts a with movie on the life cycle and behaviors of crocodiles, followed by a comprehensive
Fort Jesus is Mombasa's most popular tourist attraction. The fort located along the coastline near the old town is a monumental piece of architecture that was build in the 16th centuries by the Portuguese. The fort has a museum that displace various artifacts from the era where Mombasa served as a
The tour leaves in early morning from your hotel and drives north 100km towards the main Mombasa – Nairobi highway to Bachuma gate. The entrance to vast wilderness of tsavo east, Kenya‘s oldest and largest park, which is where the infamous “man-eater of tsavo” halted the construction of the Mombasa- Uganda Railway by terrorizing railway workers.
For a contrasting excursion from coast, Adventurer Explore Africa offers a trip to shimba hills lodge in the National Reserve is an easy drive and offers beautiful, lush scenery. It has a unique and botanically rich coast rainforest.