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Mombasa is Kenya’s second largest city and the chief port of East Africa. Despite its size, it has a relaxed atmosphere with many wide streets and open spaces. Along the previously- busy dhow harbor in the old town section of the city, however, are narrow lanes crowded with thick-walled Arab houses and mosques. Fort Jesus, built by the Portuguese in 1593 and now a National Monument, still stands guard over the Old Town.
Mackinnon Market, Mombasa’s municipal market place, offers a variety of coffees, teas, and spices sold in bulk. Their aromas permeate the air and add to the exotic atmosphere of this ethnically diverse city.
The morning is spent relaxing while the afternoon is occupied by a visit to the nearby Nairobi National Park that nestles with the city as its backdrop. Take the “Lunatic Express” train to Mombasa arriving early the next morning. Dinner and overnight in the sleeper.
Transfer by vehicle to hotel on the re-known Diani Beach, where the next few days are spent enjoying the unspoiled whitesands of these beaches. Accommodation is on half board to enable you sample the varied cuisine that is found in the eateries of the many hotels that dot this coast.
These days are spent by the beach sunbathing or engaged in the numerous watersports that are available including:- Scuba diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, big game fishing and deep sea diving.
Morning flight to Nairobi after transfer by road to the coastal town of Mombasa. Dinner at Carnivore before flight back home.