Tour Code: WKS0001
Discover Mombasa Island, Fort Jesus, the old town and markets, the Akamba Wood Carvers Village and Bamburi Nature Trail (Haller Park)
The history of Mombasa is believed to be as early as A.D. 150 when Ptolemy marked the town on his map. In 1498 A Portuguese, fleet commanded by Vasco da Gamma called at Mombasa and for the next 200 years, the Portuguese ruled the area. The construction of Fort Jesus, built to protect the town was started in 1593.
In 1652, the Omani Arabs took over control and in 1837 the sultan of Zanzibar defeated these rulers and remained in control of the Mombasa Island until 1896 when the area became a British protectorate by treaty
Depart at 7.30 a.m. and drive to Mombasa. Spend the day exploring the island of Mombasa with visit to market, Fort Jesus, the old Town and the Akamba Woodcarvers Village. Relax for lunch at Castle Royal Hotel; after lunch proceed to the fascinating and exciting Haller Park to view the resident wildlife including Giraffes, Oryx, Hippos, Buffaloes, Snakes, Fish and Crocodiles. Later drive back to your respective Hotel.
Above Itinerary includes:
1 Full Day City Tour: One (1) Lunch, Transport.
Haller Park Entrance Fees, Fort Jesus Entrance Fees.
Transport with English speaking Tour Driver/guide.
|Price per person sharing a safari van||US$ 100|
|Child price 2.5 - 12 years is 50%||US$ 50|