Kenya Railways on Thursday announced the introduction of parking fees for all vehicles accessing SGR stations. Managing Director Atanas Maina, went ahead to mention that the changes will be effective immediately. It is indicated that saloon cars and pick-up trucks will be required to pay Sh100 while mini-buses and matatus will pay Sh150. Buses and lorries, […]
Hire a boat and go out to sea. It is not complicated or expensive as one may think. There are more places than the crowded beaches where you can do this. Check out Kenya Boats, right next to Moorings bar and restaurant Mtwapa. If you have the time, you can drive for a further […]
Fort Jesus Located at the end of Nkrumah Road in Mombasa CBD, Fort Jesus is a famous tourist attraction in Mombasa and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The eye-catching structure immediately ushers you into history as you begin to explore the massive fort that was built by the Portuguese in 1593-1596; it was designed […]
Here are a few amazing places to visit while at Mombasa. Wasini Island Generally reached by dhow, Wasini Island is a popular day trip from Mombasa. Dolphins regularly cruise these waters and passengers can stop to snorkel and dive the coral reefs along the way. The island itself is tiny – only 5 sq km. […]
Adjacent to a crocodile farm, Arturo’s makes it surprisingly easy to immerse yourself in the ambiance of the chic restaurant space and forget your scaly neighbors. Known to have been described by Italian expats as not only the best Italian restaurant in the whole of Kenya, but the best Italian restaurant outside of Italy, Arturo’s menu offers a slice of Europe in the heart of Africa.
Local eating in Mombasa is a natural thing. Locals and tourists love to indulge in all sorts of local culinary delights in the restaurants. Well, the humidity in Mombasa tends to increase one’s appetite. The local restaurants in Mombasa are original and we can’t picture them anywhere other than here.