Welcome to Mombasa & the South Coast

From the hypnotic port city of Mombasa south to the border with Tanzania, this stretch of Kenyan coast is anything but ordinary. Where else can you see snow-white beaches framed by kayas (sacred forests), soft-sailed dhows and elephant watering holes, all in one day? ... Read More

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Mombasa & the South Coast adventures

$650 Small group tours

3 day Tsavo East Amboseli from Mombasa

Get close to the wild animals of Kenya and experience the Maasai Villages on this 3 day safari.

$1380 Small group tours

3-Day Maasai Mara Safari Guided Tour from Mombasa

The Maasai Mara reserve is a massive nature preserve in Kenya, and home to numerous species of native wildlife. You'll be able to witness the natural world in all it's beauty on your multi-day safari, and the memories you'll form will last a lifetime. Your journey is provided by local professional guides, with included lodging and meals over the 3 days, 2 nights.

$876 Small group tours

Private 3-Day Tsavo Safari from Mombasa

This private, 3-day trip to Tsavo East National Park offers you the opportunity of safari life with just your party. Travel by a 4x4 SUV, so you can get up close to more of what wildlife the park has to offer.

$1244 Family

2-Night Masai Mara Safari from Mombasa

The airport is located on the Kenyan Coast about 10mm from the City of Mombasa on a North Westerly direction. Moi International Airport grew from what was known as Port Reitz Airport, which was constructed during the Second World War to serve as military airfield accommodating DC-3. Upon realizing the tourism potential of the Coast Region, the Government of Kenya decided in the early 70s to expand the Port Reitz airport in order to accommodate a larger aircraft that would enable bigger passenger numbers to come to Mombasa. It has since continued to grow in terms of facilities, as well as passenger figures, and are currently close 1 million passengers a year, with the potential to handle slightly over 2 million passengers a year.