Bamburi Beach Resort

Tour Code: BBR
Price from Ksh 20,300

Lodge Description

This warm and friendly hotel welcomes guests with a distinctly African vibe and a fantastic view of the Indian Ocean! The spacious and comfortable vibrant deluxe rooms have a TV, Coffee and Tea making facilities, safe (chargeable) and mini fridge to ensure you can relax and enjoy, in air conditioned comfort with quiet, split unit air conditioners or on the terrace with a spectacular view and a cool Indian Ocean breeze. The ocean deck edges onto the ocean and offers a relaxing atmosphere during the day enjoying a sunbath with a terrific view of the ocean! Whether you come to the Bamburi Beach Hotel to relax or to use it as a starting point for your game drives, we do everything we can to ensure your comfort.

DEPARTURE/RETURN LOCATION Nairobi Central Business District (CBD)
DEPARTURE TIME Please arrive at least 1 hours before departure time.
Kids club Air conditioning Free Internet Interconnected rooms
Free parking Coffee/ tea maker Fitness Center Pool And more
5 Days Drive In Trip Ksh 26,300 PP 5 Days With SGR Trip 25,300 PP
Accommodation On Full Board
Transportation Return SGR Tickets & Transfers
Park Entrance fees
Tips and gratuities
Items of personal nature


Mombasa Activities

Activities and what to do while your in Mombasa includes:

  • Fort Jesus is without doubt one of the top tourist attractions in Mombasa.
  • Visit the Old Town: If you want to understand more about the kind of life lived by the Portuguese traders at the time, you should pay a visit to the Old town of Mombasa.
  • Mombasa Tusks: This is one of the most visited and famous monumental structures in Mombasa
  • Swimming with dolphins and in the different beaches: The north coast beaches are easy to recommend because they are located close to the airport and the city itself.
  • Walk along the beautiful nature trails: The different islands that make up Mombasa are blessed with amazing flora and fauna. Apart the beautiful scenery and natural vegetation along the beaches, tourists can also spot creatures like monkeys, reptiles and birds.
  • Cruise on a dhow or Ride on a Ferry: These uniquely designed boats are common in the Indian ocean and Red seas. In Mombasa you will find them furnished with luxuries.
  • Mamba Village Centre: If you are fascinated about Africa’s famous reptiles or just want to see how they look like, then you should visit the Mamba Village Centre. Mamba Village Centre is one of the Top tourist attractions in Mombasa.largest crocodile farms in Africa.
  • Mombasa Marine National Park: This had to be a separate attraction of its own considering the number of visitors it receives.
  • Shimba Hills National Reserve: This reserve is not found in Mombasa but still worth visiting especially if you want to see some of Africa’s famous animals without going too far away from the magical ocean shores.
  • Mombasa Go-Kart: This is one of the best place to take children for entertainment and fun.
  • Bombolulu Cultural Centre and Workshop: This cultural Centre begun as a project to take care of the physically disabled. The facility cultural Centre and 4 workshops.
  • Ngomongo Village Park: If you are not satisfied with the cultural exhibitions at the Bombolulu Cultural Center, you should check out the Ngomongo Villages Park.
  • Arabuko-Sokoke National Forest: As the largest remaining coastal forest in East Africa, Arabuko-Sokoke is blessed with incredible biodiversity – including amphibians, butterflies and birds. Over 260 species of birds have been recorded in the forest among which include the threatened Clarke’s weaver and the spotted ground thrush.
  • Nguuni Nature Sanctuary: This is a wildlife sanctuary located next to Nguuni Tatu Hills. Tourists who are interested in nature, wildlife and birding will find visiting this sanctuary very rewarding. Expect to see ostriches, giraffes, Oryx, elands and other antelope species.
  • Haller Park: Haller Park is one of the many amazing tourist attractions in Mombasa that will impress any nature lover.
  • Check out the ruins of Gede: Gede is an ancient town built during the time when Arabs ruled the coast – around the fifteenth and sixteeeth century.
  • Kipepeo Butterfly Project: Kipepeo actually means butterfly. This facility in found in a forest near the entrance to the Gede Ruins. The communities living in the area were offered an opportunity to breed unique species of butterflies at the Arabuko Sokoke Forest.
  • Visit the Theatre or Casinos: For the best local movies or current international blockbusters, you should visit a cinema theatre or one of the movie houses.
  • Sample the local Cuisines: The Sheer variety of local food will leave you spoilt for choice. The food can be bought from any of the local restaurants or hotels.
  • Visit Kilifi: This is an isolated resort on the shores of Kilifi Creek. It was once only reachable by ferry but a bridge was constructed hence exposing it to the main islands. The key attractions here are the Mnarani Ruins. This was an old local settlement of Swahili speakers right from the early fourteenth century.

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