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Mombasa: Kisite Park Private Boat Tour with Diving and Lunch

1. Mombasa: Kisite Park Private Boat Tour with Diving and Lunch

Get ready to board an exclusive private boat and sail for about one hour searching for dolphins, before snorkeling and diving (for these who choose the diving option) in the Kisite marine national park. Kisite Marine national park is the second most famous marine park in the world, after the Australian Marine Park. Explore 30 kilometers of turtles, marine tortoise, bearreeffs, coral reefs and different types of marine fishes. Next sail to Wasisni Island where your lunch of sea food and Swahili dishes will be served. After lunch, you’ll have the option to do a guided tour of the Wasini island and experience the local Swahili culture, visiting the beautiful coral garden, mangrove forest and fishing village to learn more about the Swahili people and their history. Your local guide will give you an in-depth explanation and background throughout the tour. Alternatively, you can relax at the restaurant, enjoying the sea view and the breeze. Once you are done with the island tour, board the boat and back to the mainland where you will take a guided tour of the Shimoni Slave Caves. Then, start the journey back to your accommodation.

Mombasa: Tsavo East National Park Day Tour

2. Mombasa: Tsavo East National Park Day Tour

Your day will start will a 5:00AM pick-up from your hotel, before your driver takes you on the approximately 2-hour journey to Tsavo East National Park. Take the opportunity to relax and enjoy the scenery after your early start. Upon arrival at Tsavo East, you’ll enter through the Bachuma Gate and begin your game drive. Your experienced driver and guide will take you to the best places for spotting lions, elephants, giraffes and all manner of bird species.  For lunch you will be taken to the lodge or camp of your choice. Your guide can offer tips on the camps closest to watering holes, where Africa’s most majestic animals stop to drink water. Afterwards you’ll embark on your second game drive to other sections of the park, before being driven back and dropped off at your hotel in the evening.

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What people are saying about Mombasa

Our personal highlight of our Africa vacation! The safari was a dream. Our driver Gunter did a great job, provided us with a lot of information and did everything to get as much as possible out of this 1-day tour and to show us as many animals as possible. Also important to mention that we had the car to ourselves and thus had a private safari. Last but not least, they did everything they could to ensure that my partner got back his sunglasses that had been lost in the car the next day. This was taken to the hotel as a matter of course. All in all a great experience and recommended to everyone. We were thrilled and our expectations were exceeded!

A great day tour, our driver Ismail was super friendly. Breakfast can definitely be skipped that day, lunch doesn't seem to end at all! The canoe tour through the mangroves is also great. Apart from dolphins and lots of small fish we also saw baby reef sharks in the morning

Although we didn't see any dolphins, our time was very good and fulfilling. We were able to swim in the warm, clear and beautifully undulating Indian Ocean and saw some colorful fish. Lunch on Wasini Island was tasty. The visit to the Slave Caves was a memorable experience.

Fantastic trip. Saw dolphins off a Wasini Island and loads of different fish snorkeling g off the reef. Our guide for the day was so enthusiastic and loved showing off the local areas to us.

Great experience and and excellent care of our guide.