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Our day trips offer you a mixture of the old, traditional and the new in Kenya.
If you prefer to meander and take in the sites and sounds and learn about the local history,
then the Mombasa tour with a visit to Fort Jesus is the trip for you.
For children the wild Waters Water Park or a trip to Haller Park is the one they would want.
The excitement and fun of the water slides or the walk around Haller Park, feeding the Giraffes and
learning about nature will enthral children and adults alike.
If you prefer the aquatics then a visit to Wasini Island to snorkel is a must.
Take a look at what is on offer. I know you will not be disappointed.



This tropical island offers you an escape from the hustle and bustle of holiday resorts. Arrive at Shimoni the “place of the caves” take a dhow to Kisite Marine Park, here you may see sightings of the Indian Ocean dolphin. Also within the Wasini Channel the rare hump-backed dolphin are often sighted. Scuba divers and fun diving guests often meet turtles underwater. This is the best most accessible Marine Park in Kenya. There is a fantastic variety of fish and coral. On board the dhow soft drinks & refreshments are served. Return for lunch to Wasini Island. Have your fill of fresh seafood. Take a dhow back to Shimoni and return to your hotel.

Price £60  Euro 90  US$120 per person


Mombasa, the gateway to Kenya, an island in paradise. Once in Mombasa visit Fort Jesus, the great pink-walled fortress built by the Portuguese and now a museum. The Old Arab town with it’s maze of narrow streets, beautifully carved doors and overhanging balconies
is definitely worth the visit.


As you proceed through Mombasa you pass along Moi Avenue and see the imposing Giant tusks. From here you travel onto visit the Akamba woodcarvers. Here you can see the carvers at work and buy artefacts before returning to your hotel.


Funzi island is located on the southern coast of the Mombasa Coast. At Bodo pier guests travel via boat to Funzi Island. The island is surrounded by the Indian Ocean waters with patches of mangroves trees, swaying palms and sparkling sand. The unique remoteness of Funzi Island allows guests to have the opportunity to see dolphin, crocodiles and exotic birds while travelling along the Funzi Creek. A seafood lunch is served before travelling back to you hotel.



Malindi is situated 70 miles north of Mombasa and it’s airport is located 2 miles southwest of Malindi Town.
Malindi is set around the sweeping panorama of the Galana river bay, and the pure white beach just goes on and on, the best beaches in Malindi are to the south of town towards Casaurina point. To the north, the beach has darker grains, they are protected by a coral reef about 200 yards out with very warm water at low tide.

 Malindi is sometimes known as “little Italy” of Kenya, but it still retains a Swahili and Arabic feel to it which goes back to their roots in the 14th Century.

 If you wish to stay in Malindi for a few days there are many excursions available from here, visit the historic Gedi ruins, or Robinson’s Island where work is ongoing in preserving the mangroves. The United Nations honoured Guddy Birkigt for her efforts to preserve the biological diversity of Kenya’s Robinson Island and to  promote the island’s sustainable use for the benefits of its inhabitants. A visit to Lamu and Malindi Marine National Park are also popular attractions to visitors.

 Gedi ruins is a village on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, lying south of Malindi and north of Watamu. The ruins of Gedi are reported to date back to the thirteenth century or earlier, this includes a tomb dated 1399. The buildings are of coral, earth and plaster and includes a mosque, palace, houses and tombs as well as a fort.  The style is a fusion of Swahili architecture and Arabic styles. The modern village is home to a museum and butterfly house. You can also take advantage of the 9 hole golf course in Malindi.

There are many shops and stalls in Malindi, there is also a market where local tradesmen sell their crafts. Attached to this is a small bar where you can have lunch, a few beers and play pool.

There are many bars, discos and restaurants where you can eat good food very reasonably. There is a lot of Italian influence here and one being the Lorenzo Restaurant, this is part of a complex where people can buy their own apartment and it is very exclusive. The food here is excellent, reasonably priced and is certainly excellent value for money. It is advisable to book especially on a Saturday night as it can be very popular. Lorenzo also have a restaurant and bar on the beach and the service is also of a very high standard.


Sun, fun and a whole lot of splashing! Fun for all the family.


Set within Kenya’s coastline, this family Entertainment Park is found just north of Mombasa City. It provides all sorts of family fun activities to all visitors of the park. It is the biggest of its kind in East Africa with something for everyone. For those of you who would like to take the kids out for some fun in the evening why not visit the Dry Ride Centre in the park. Here you will find a Merry Go Round and bouncy castle for the young children. Older children can enjoy the Revolving Tower which takes the children up on a tower while the seats rotate.

The Frisbee is an adult ride and thrills all who try it. The main seats turn a full 360 degrees and then swing you at 90 degrees. The Free Fall is another adult ride – this one will separate the men from the boys! You are raised slowly to a height of 30 feet and then dropped suddenly.

The kids can have more fun at the Air rides with a huge Assault course and the Spider Web while if the adults feel up to it then they can try and beat the Rodeo Bull!

A state of the art Arcade Centre with the latest video gaming machines, Air hockey, Car racing, combat games etc and mechanical rides of every kind, adds more fun for the younger children.

The Quarterdeck is a bar situated on a cliff far from the slides, with a magnificent view of the whole park. A plasma screen television provides all live sports entertainment for sports fans.

Enjoy a great new bite & sip experience at Café Hot Spot. The café offers a wide range of Hot & Chilled beverages with sumptuous bitings both Sweet & Savoury and to top it all try out Sheesas with iced tea.

There is a food court that has menus to satisfy all tastes, from vegetarian to non-vegetarian delights; Chinese to bar-be-que, pasta; tandoori to burgers just too much to choose from! There is even a juice bar that serves fresh juice made in front of you.

For those of you visiting Kenya I can recommend this fun filled park. Time for Family, friends & Fun.

Pick up from your hotel at 8.30 am and drive to the Water Park. You will be given a tour of the park on arrival by one of the park Greeters, who will  introduce you to the course events for the day. Enjoy the water slides and peripherals.

At approximately 1.00pm lunch is served.

At 2.00 pm the animators will begin the entertainment such as Volleyball, water tug of war etc and you can sunbathe while floating along on the lazy river.

At 4.00 pm you will experience a very popular show “The Rain Dance”. Learn the shuffle dance with the animators followed by a surprise put on for you by the animators.

Enjoy coffee at 4.30 pm with some snacks.

At 5.00 pm say Farewell to all at the Park, you leave us with some great memories and photos to take home and show everyone.


Bamburi Nature Trail

Haller Park is one of the world’s most famous showcases of ecological rehabilitation. The Park used to be a limestone quarry but it’s been transformed into tropical ecosystems bursting with life.

Discover the mysteries of nature, and get close to some of the most spectacular birds, animals and plants in Kenya. It is just a few kilometres from the heart of Mombasa, this is also the biggest green space in the city.

Get up close and personal with giant Aldabra Tortoises, Hippos, Crocodiles, Waterbuck, Elands and Buffalo. Their highly trained guides will escort you around the park, ensuring your visit is enjoyable and educational.

This is an encounter with nature not to be missed.

"Owen and Mezz enjoying a cuddle up"

Pick up from your hotel at 10.30 am and drive to Mtwapa where you will head towards The Moorings Restaurant. This is the only floating restaurant in Kenya. Enjoy a lazy lunch and relax soaking up the atmosphere. (Closed on Mondays)

At 2pm head off towards Haller Park where you will arrive in time to witness the feeding of the animals in the afternoon and be introduced to the 130 yr old giant tortoises.

At approx 6pm return back to your beach hotel.


Experience fishing at the most beautiful place on earth. Our crew has more than 20 years experience in Big Game Fishing in this part of the Indian Ocean. The boat is 30 ft long with two Yamaha 85 hp engines, a fighting chair and outriggers. (Max 4 people)
"Clear waters for big fishing"
We are equipped with the best tackle (penn and shimano).
The waters off the Kenyan Coast are full of all sorts of Big Game and Broad Bill fish e.g. Marlin, Tuna, Sailfish, Doarado, King fish, Barracuda and many more.


Pick up at 7:00am from your hotel and drive to Shimba Hill National reserve, arriving at around 8:30am. On starting your game drive you will notice that the hills are set in a tropical rainforest setting. The rolling meadows and forests of giant primeval trees, house a wide variety of wildlife, including elephant that favor the refreshing fruit of the borassus palm. There are leopard here but they are very hard to spot. The rare and impressive Sable antelope, herds of elephant, buffalo and giraffe can also be seen. The sable antelope can be found elsewhere in Kenya but not in such large numbers as at Shimba. The game will go on until lunch time, where by you will have your lunch at shimba lodge. After lunch you will have another game viewing until 4pm and drive back to your hotel.






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