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Skyward Express operates daily flights to Mombasa.

Popularly known as 'Mombasa Raha'‚ Mombasa is situated on Mombasa Island on the coast of Kenya and is connected to the mainland to the north by the Nyali Bridge‚ to the south by the Likoni Ferry‚ and to the west by the Makupa Causeway.

Mombasa is the second largest and oldest city in Kenya. Administratively‚ Mombasa is the county seat of Mombasa County. Mombasa as the major sea port of Kenya has two ports‚ Mombasa Old Port and Kilindini harbor. Rated one of Africa’s international ports‚ Kilindini harbor is Mombasa’s commercial port as it handles most shipping activities.

Mombasa boasts of an average temperature of 27°C‚ offers travelers an exotic taste of the African tropic and is the centre of coastal tourism. Mombasa is a cosmopolitan city with people from various tribes residing in it‚ although majority of them have a rich Arabic influence. This cosmopolitan tourist hub steeped in centuries of seafaring history offers a wide range of tourist attraction sites and beaches making Mombasa one of the popular beach destinations. Lapped by the Indian Ocean‚ Mombasa has an amazing shoreline with white sandy beaches stretched out from the South to the North Coast‚ readily accessible to all. Popular beaches in Mombasa include; Nyali‚ Bamburi and Shanzu to the north‚ and to the south‚ Shelly‚ Tiwi and Diani.

Tourists from Europe and beyond flock here to enjoy the many things to do - from dolphin spotting trips on traditional dhows and deep-sea fishing to diving and snorkeling the wrecks and reefs and basking on the sun-splashed shores. But in the city itself‚ on the bustling island‚ a world of history and culture awaits.

Skyward Express offers cheap daily flights to Mombasa‚ Moi International Airport from Wilson Airport. Enjoy cheap flights to Mombasa and from Mombasa when you book with us.

Things to Do in Mombasa

  • Day 1

    Visit Haller Park

    The fort was built in 1593 by the Portuguese‚ but later used by the Arabs as torture rooms‚ prison cells where slaves were kept in captivity before being shipped away. It is now a museum that is open daily for a small fee.

  • Day 2

    Take a Stroll on the Beach

    Imagine getting a deep tissue massage after a long tiring day? A leisurely walk along Mombasa’s white sandy beaches is the ultimate therapy that you did not know you needed. Immerse yourself in the moment and let yourself be drawn in by the sound of the sea. You can sit by the beach and let the tide lick your toes‚ whichever way you do it‚ some alone time at the beach will do you a lot of good.

  • Day 3

    Water sports for Adrenaline junkies

    The expansive Indian Ocean offers you the perfect opportunity for both motorized and non-motorized water sports. Nyali Beach‚ Che-Shale‚ and H2O Extreme offer a variety of water sports including kitesurfing‚ windsurfing‚ stand-up paddle boarding‚ kayaking‚ skim and boogie boarding.

  • Day 4

    Diving

    The coast North of Mombasa has several world class dive sites. Some of the best sites are in Mtwapa and Nyali Reef. At Mtwapa and Barracuda Reef you are guaranteed to see large shoals of angel and butterfly fish. There has also been occasional sighting of the world’s largest shark- the Whale Shark.For experienced divers‚ the best option is Nyali Reef. This is a good deep dive with strong tidal currents which allow drifts through spectacular coral‚ snapper‚ barracuda‚ rare zebra sharks and massive Napoleon wrasse.

  • Day 5

    Visit Fort Jesus

    The fort was built in 1593 by the Portuguese‚ but later used by the Arabs as torture rooms‚ prison cells where slaves were kept in captivity before being shipped away. It is now a museum that is open daily for a small fee.

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