The tour first gives
you the opportunity to taste the thrill of bargaining while discovering
Mombasa Market: spices, Kangas, fruits, hand craft ;Then appreciate
the talent of the Akamba Carvers and get the opportunity to acquire
Travel back through
thousands of years with a visit to Fort Jesus, old fortress built by
the Portuguese to protect their trade with India (today National museum).
From here, you will meander through the narrow streets of the Old Town,
past beautiful carved doors and balconies, mosques and shops, selling
antiques and all sorts of craftwork.
Down the Old Port,
you might see the Arab dhows that have sailed from Arabia by Monsoon
Winds carrying their wares just as they did thousands of years ago.
Then drive past the Mombasa State House, Kilindini Harbor, the giant
"elephant tusks" (commemorating the Royal visit of Princess
Margaret in 1957), before visiting one of the most decorated Hindu temples.
proceed to the Mamba Village. In this rehabilitated Crocodile Farm,
meet the big daddy, the largest & Oldest crocodile also other crocodiles,
horses & Camels & many other reptiles. You will also have the
chance to witness the feeding around 04.00 p.m. in the Farm.