Are you looking for some adventure activities in Mombasa? Here are some exciting lists of adventure things that you should not miss out when you are in Mombasa. This list includes popular adventure activities in Mombasa for visitors of all age group. Find out the list of things that suits you best. Get back to the complete list of things to do in Mombasa.
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List of Adventurous things to do in Mombasa
Do more than just sightseeing. Explore these adrenaline pumping adventure activities to do in Mombasa.
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Beach Road Round About, Off Links Road, Nyali, Mombasa, Kenya
The Mamba Village Centre is Africa's Largest Crocodile Farm. Along with this, it also houses a botanical garden and a horse and camel riding area. The Crocodile farm features an all-inclusive tour as well as presentations on the life cycle and behaviour of crocodiles.
The Mamba Village Centre is Africa's Largest Crocodile Farm. Along with this...
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Off Likoni- Ukunda road, Mombasa
One of the most happening beaches in Mombasa, the Diani beach is full of water sport activities and nice beach side shacks. A spread of pristine white sand and soothing blue waters, the Diani Beach is a must visit on your trip to Mombasa.
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Off Malindi road, near Pirates Public beach, Nyali, Mombasa
07:30 am - 06:00 pm
A popular diving, snorkelling, water skiing and wind surfing destination, Mombasa’s Marine National Park and Reserve is the home of a variety of marine life, namely sea urchins, crabs, starfishes, different varieties of fishes, sea cucumbers and jellyfishes. The coral gardens are also one of the major attractions.
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Malindi-Garissa road, Kenya
2 hours drive from Mombasa brings you to the Tana River Primate Reserve. A fantastic spot for adrenalin junkies and bird watchers alike, the Tana River is an excellent water sports spot. The riverine forests along the Tana river is home to around 200 species of birdlife. These include the White-winged Apalis, Martial Eagle, Bat Hawk, African Open-b...