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When you're done soaking up the sun along the famous Kenyan beaches, it’s time for a Mombasa safari.

Indeed, the combination of a stay at the beaches with a wildlife safari is a popular one among Kenya travelers, including myself.


Mombasa Safari Holidays

We have the best offers for you, whether you have come for a day, or for months. We will make a home away from home for you.

Tsavo East and West          

These two huge game parks are the largest in Kenya, and within a half day drive from Mombasa. Most visitors of the coast region choose this park for their Mombasa safari. It's a 100 km to the main gate of Tsavo East, which will take roughly half a day, depending on weather and road conditions. The Tsavo parks are home to all the wildlife you would expect to see on an African safari: elephants, lions, antelope, rhinos, water buffalo, zebras and many more.


Shimba Hills National Reserve

The Shimba Hills reserve is the closest Mombasa safari park – 35 kilometers south of the city. It won't be the dusty dry safari you might expect. Shimba Hills is a rainforest park and filled with lush vegetation. The biggest attraction is the elephant and antelope populations, but if you're lucky you might see lions and giraffes as well. The rare Sable antelope is found only in Shimba Hills. Sheldricks' Falls is another sight you should see while visiting the park, and Giriama Point offers spectacular views of the ocean.

Amboseli National Park       

Seen from Mombasa, Amboseli National Park is past the Tsavo East and Tsavo West parks on the Kenyan-Tanzanian border, and usually visited along with the larger parks. One of the greatest sights of this safari park is the view of Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's largest mountain - from nearly any place in the park. Amboseli is especially elephant country, but many other big animals are present too, including the endangered black rhino, lions and antelopes. Unlike some other plains parks, there are some swampy areas at Amboseli which provide a home to flocks of native birds.


Mombasa Marine Park          

Besides these nature and wildlife parks, Mombasa also has a number of marine reserves that deserve a visit after your dusty jeep rides. They aren't really "safaris" but still another way to see the native marine wildlife of Kenya. You could check out the Watamu Marine Park, the Mombasa Marine Park and the Diani Marine Reserve.

Information centre

Visa requirements vary from time to time and should be checked with nearest tourist office of diplomatic mission.

Health certificates are required but these vary with country of origin and should be checked with relevant authorities. Yellow fever and cholera vaccinations are recommended. Anti malaria medication should be started prior to arrival.

Kenya is divided by the equator and enjoys a tropical climate. It is hot and humid at the coast, temperate inland and very dry in the north and north-eastern parts of the country

The hottest time is in February and March and the coldest in July and August. The long rains occur from April to June and short rains from October to December. Rainfall is sometimes heavy and tends to fall in the afternoon and evenings.

Cotton, linen dresses, light slacks and short sleeved shirts are recommended. Bring a warm sweater, as nights can be chilly at high altitudes. Comfortable walking shoes, swim suit, sun glasses, suntan lotion, flashlight and an alarm clock will complement your safari gear.

About Mombasa Safari Holidays

!! Raylenne Africa safaris operates both air and road safari packages in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda

We use custom built tour vans with pop up roof for easy game viewing. Our knowledgeable safari drivers/guides are specifically picked and trained with all the components of a trip. We run special offer prices for any group safari booked with us, upholding value for money, without compromising on the services .

We will help find the perfect holidays for you!