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Beach Safaris

If you dream of Africa, wake up to the beauty of Kenya………..All of Africa in one Country. If you dream of a tropical beach holiday…think…Destination Mombasa and the Kenya Coast.

The Kenya Coast awaits you with…warm sandy beaches, beautiful hotels, sparkling swimming pools, hospitality and a broad range of local activities by day and night. Snorkelling, Diving, Big Game Fishing, Dhow cruises during day-time as well as romantic sailing dinners with live music.

Swim with Dolphins or cruise to a private island paradise. In the evenings there are many excellent private restaurants and discos as well as hotel resident bands and dining rooms for good food and entertainment.

AMT 113 Tsavo East (1 Day)

Our Safari leaves in the early morning from hotel and drives north 100 km 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-eaters of Tsavo” halted the construction of the Mombasa-Uganda Railway by terrorizing railway workers.

The park covers an area of 11,000 square km. There are large herds of Elephants, Buffalo and Zebra, as well as Giraffe, Ostrich, Gazelle and Antelope. The Safari visits Aruba Dam, a favourite wildlife watering hole. We stop for lunch at Voi Safari Lodge/Ndololo Safari Camp. After lunch in the afternoon we take you on another game drive. Afterwards we drive you to the coast arriving at your hotel in the early evening Mombasa.

AMT 114 Gedi Ruins, Malindi (3 Hrs)

on the North coast of Mombasa towards the town of Malindi lays one the most pre-historic ruins found in Mombasa, called the Gedi Ruins. Gedi was a small town built entirely from rocks and stones, which was inhabited by a few thousand Swahili people and ruled by a very rich Sultan. These ruins date back from the 15th century, and through careful preservation most of the original foundations can still be seen today. A well-informed and educated guide gives a tour of the ruins. The ruins are designated, as a National Museum by law, and their preservation are a direct reflection of the commitment of the Government to uphold the country's cultural and historical background

AMT 115 Bamburi Nature Trail (3 Hrs)

The Bamburi Nature Trail is the largest animal 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. Walking along the trail is the ideal way to look at the various animals, and on many occasions holding or feeding a reptile such as a snake is allowed under close supervision of a guide. Educational videos are also shown, with emphasis on the history and continuous improvement of the trail. It was previously a barren piece of land that had been stripped of its resources through limestone mining, and was redeveloped through reforestation and conservation efforts, and is now a habitat for a large number of flora and fauna species.

AMT 116 Mamba Village (4 Hrs)

Mamba Village, which is situated in Nyali, is East Africa’s largest crocodile farm. A tour of the farm starts with a movie on the life cycle and behaviour of crocodiles, followed by a comprehensive tour of the rest of farm, and ends with the highlight of the day: a spectacular scene of blood-thirsty crocodiles fighting for food during feeding time. Excellent cuisine is available at the Mamba Restaurant, and the house specialty is superbly grilled crocodile meat. Souvenirs of your visit can be bought at the Mamba Souvenir shop located within the village.

AMT 117 Fort Jesus (2 Hrs)

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 built in the 16th century by the Portuguese. The fort has a museum that displays various artefacts from the era where Mombasa served as a transit point for the slave trade and commodities, and which enjoyed regular visits by seafarers and the like. Its interior comprises of torture rooms and prison cells where slaves were kept in captivity before being traded. Weapons such as canons, which were used to defend the fort from invading foreigners as well as rioting locals, can be seen both inside and outside of the fort. The fort opens its gates for viewing in the morning and closes at dusk.

AMT 118 Tamarind Evening Dhow (4 Hrs)

To be picked from the hotel for an 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 Harbour. Highlights include a sumptuous seafood meal, dancing under the stars and a gentle sail past the peaceful creeks of Mombasa Island.

AMT 119 Full day Wasini Island & Kisite Sea Adventure (1 Day)

Welcome to a day of ultimate pleasure in the richest Marine Park at the Kenyan Coast. Depart early morning for the tranquil fishing village of Shimoni, close to the Tanzanian border. The scenic route takes you through lush coconut and cashew nuts plantations and the colourful villages of the Digo people.

At Shimoni jet board an authentic motorized Lamu dhow, which cruise and sail you through an enchanting seascape of Islands to the underwater splendours of the Kisite Marine Park. Here snorkellers will marvel at the incredible variety of marine life in the shallow and warm waters around Kisite Island; the venue for numerous birds.

We escort Scuba divers to explore a number of excellent dive sites, also teeming with an astounding variety of Marine life, which inhabit the magnificent coral reefs in and around the park.

A sumptuous Swahili style seafood lunch is served at Wasini Island Restaurant. Thereafter visit the traditional Muslim village before returning to your hotel late afternoon.

AMT 120 Shimba Hills National Reserve (1 Day)

For a contrasting excursion from the Coast, Shimba Hills National Reserve is an easy drive and offers beautiful, lush scenery. It has a unique and botanically rich coastal rainforest. Two of Kenya's most beautiful orchids can be found here. Another rare species, unique to the Reserve, is the Sable Antelope with its handsome near-black coat. Buffaloes, elephants, giraffes, lions, leopards and several primates are found here. The best places to see wildlife are on the flat grasslands near the spectacular Sheldrick's Falls and on the Lango Plains near Giriama Point with a tremendous view over rolling parkland to the escarpment, from where you can look out to the Indian Ocean. There are number of short walking trails at Elephant Lookout and Pengo Fill and the falls. There is one lodge with 31 rooms, one self-help banda site with eight beds and two campsites.