Walk along Mombasa Beach!
Kenya’s awesome white beaches stretch 300miles or 450 kms and although some parts of the beach are difficult to reach, most is accessible from different villages and towns along the coast.
Wherever you are, you will find beaches colourful shadowed with hotels and homes or you might encounter remnant forest or mangroves swamps and mud flats. Some places you may also come across creeks and river deltas.
Mombasa city from Fort Jesus’ fortified wall you have fantastic view of Indian Ocean colour matched with magnificent white-walls hotels lined up in between tall green palm trees. This World Heritage Site is the landmark of this coastal city and is a great place for dinner with cool breeze and million stars above.
An early morning walk or boat ride, the off-shore coral reef provides ample opportunity for fun and exploration. Apart from swimming in the afternoon you could try out surfing, snorkeling, diving or fishing. If you feel more sand in your shoes take a camel ride and be like the first merchants who came down here – Mombasa. You will loss track of time and this why Mombasa is a Sea, Sun and Sand – raha city.