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On this site we are privileged to be your personal guides to all you may need to know about this coastal land locally know as the Swahili land of Kenya.

Mombasa is also home to the Moi International Airport, the second most important airport in Kenya; Moi is situated ten kilometers North West of the city.

Mombasa is a major tourist destination in Kenya, there are many interesting places to visit in Mombasa, including:

Fort Jesus, built in 1593 by the Portuguese, stands as a testament of the tumultuous past of Mombasa. Today it is a historical monument and serves as a museum, where visitors can see the torture rooms and prison cells.

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The Old Town, where you will find many examples of Islamic architecture, and learn about Swahili culture, meeting the local folks, buying antiques and tasting the Swahili food.

Pirates Beach is a public beach, where you can meet all kind of people and have fun.

Biashara Street, located on the old part of the city, is where you can find kikoi, kanga or sandals being sold in small authentic shops.

Gedi Ruins, which are the remains of the ancient town of Gedi, built of rocks and stones.

The Hindu Temple where one can check out magnificent carvings and ancient sculptures.

•The crocodile farm at Mamba Village is another major attraction.

Shopping in Mombasa is extremely recommended, you will find many markets, especially along the Moi Avenue and in Biashara Street, selling traditional wooden carvings, African crafts, textiles and other souvenirs, and most credit cards are accepted.

Visitors should buy a kanga or kikoy, the kanga is the traditional dress for the Swahili women and other ethnic groups. Men wear a kikoi, which is a type of sarong.Hope this Mombasa travel guide will help you while on your vacation in Mombasa Area in Kenya.

Best places to visit in Mombasa

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Kilwa Beaches › | Lake Turkana › | Lamu Cultural Festivals › | Lamu Maulidi Festivals › | Lamu Town Destinations › | Lamu Town Hotels › | Lewa Marathon Festivals › | Loroghi Hills › | Watamu Beaches › | Malindi Beaches › | Maralal Camel Derby › | Maralal Wilderness › | Mombasa Fort Jesus › | Mombasa North Coast Beaches › | Mombasa South Coast Beaches › | Mount Kenya › | Mt Elgon › | Mount Longonot › |

Nairobi Giraffe Centre › | Nairobi National Museum › | Rhino Charge Festivals › |

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