Visit the Akamba hand craft – one of the largest wood carvings industry and market in Kenya. After visit the Indian temple where you will learn about the Hinduism and Lord Swaminarayan and Lord Rama. You will also have the chance to see the elephant tusks along Mombasa’s Moi Avenue; they were commissioned in commemoration of visit to Mombasa by Queen Elizabeth in 1952
Visit the Fort Jesus which was built by the Portuguese in 1593. It later became the government prison during the British colonial period in 1947. Fort Jesus was built mainly for protection and to control the harbor of Mombasa. After explore the old town where you will walk along the narrow streets and visit the old harbor where you will see the old Arabic boats and one of the oldest mosque found near the old harbor. Proceed to the Mackinnon market where you will learn about the food spices, foods and vegetables. Meet different traders buying and selling different types of goods. Proceed for lunch at the Tamarind restaurant.
This will be followed by a visit the Haller park (formerly Bamburi Nature Trail) where you may feed the giraffes, see the crocodiles and hippos feeding. Haller Park is home to buffalos, eland antelopes, giraffes, water bucks, Oryx, snakes, crocodiles, hippos, tortoise and different types of birds’ species.Less