Exotic, tropical, fascinating
Mombasa, Kenya's second largest city after Nairobi, offers travelers a unique foray into the culture and exotic history of a tropical city, once one of the most important maritime hubs on the Indian Ocean coast. Full of charm and seafaring stories, this cosmopolitan tourist hub is actually an island connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries, located on the Kenyan coast of the ocean. The island stretches tens of kilometers along the continent to the north and south, housing dozens of superpower resorts, with stretches of fine sandy beach, shaded in places by palm groves, and the clear waters and gentle waves let you see rich reefs of corals. Every year, tens of thousands of tourists arrive in this destination, coming from Europe and other regions of the world to enjoy the beaches, excursions, the experience of swimming with dolphins or fishing with the locals from traditional villages, diving or simply to enjoy the quietness of a walk on the sun-drenched shores of the Indian Ocean. Of course, Mombasa is also an attraction in itself, the city having a unique energy and vibration, the locals are known for their hospitality, and the local culture manifests itself and delights you at every step.