Mombasa city tour presents the best highlights of this colorful old city.
You will visit the lively fruit and vegetable market which has been there since colonial days and has been recently renovated. Strolling the streets of the Old Arab Town, you will see the obscure hand carved doors, and balconies hanging over the narrow streets, unchanged for hundreds of years.
Protecting the port stands Fort Jesus, the largest museum and attraction in Mombasa built in 1593 by the Portuguese to protect their interest in East Africa against Omani Arabs.
Enjoy lunch barbeque at the famous Swahili food hotel and later on walk through the famous elephant tusks at Moi Avenue, which you probably have seen in those old African adventure movies.
The tour ends with the visit of Akamba wood carvers center where you can purchase a fine hand carved African souvenir.A brief excursion full of history and culture of the Swahili people