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Small Towns

The cultural and economic hub, Mombasa, is the second largest city in Kenya, after Nairobi. Tourists flock to Mombasa to enjoy the pristine beaches, the wrecks and reefs and the many water sports on offer. Children go crazy over Haller Park. Haller Park is in essence a petting zoo with bigger, wilder animals, including; giraffes, free roaming giant tortoises, oryx and hippos. Mom and dad are guaranteed to enjoy the experience just as much. The 4km long nature trail invites visitors to explore fascinating landscapes of empty quarries to lush forests, lakes, streams, palm grooves and indigenous tree plantations.

Bombolulu Workshop works with 100 disabled artisans to help them overcome their physical limitations and empower them economically and socially to become contributing members of their communities. The jewellery, textiles, woodcarvings and leather crafts are exported to 18 countries and have received international acclaim for their unique African design and quality finish. Visitors learn about handcraft designs and can enjoy traditional cultural dances, explore authentic tribal homesteads and enjoy a meal at the open-air "Ziga" restaurant, serving traditional Swahili cuisine.

Fort Jesus, built by the Portuguese in the 1500s to the design of Giovanni Battista Cairati to protect the port of Mombasa, is one of the most outstanding and well preserved examples of 16th century Portuguese military fortification and is a historical landmark for this type of construction. The Fort's layout and form reflect the Renaissance perception that perfect proportions and geometric harmony are to be found in the human body. The property covers an area of over 2ha, which includes the fort's moat and immediate surroundings.

Only recently opened to the public, the Mombasa Butterfly House is a live butterfly exhibition, which presents a paradise of tropical butterflies. You are invited to enjoy their natural environment and learn about biodiversity and the importance of butterflies to local communities. The open-style butterfly house features a butterfly flight cage and conservation exhibition.

Malindi Town

Malindi Marine National Park is one of the world's last abundant natural marine reserves. The marine park has exceptional fringing reefs, coral gardens in the lagoons, sea grass beds, mangroves, mudflats, turtles and various species of shorebirds. Glowing with coral gardens and packed with tropical fish, the parks provide a haven for divers, and a window to the wonders of the deep for snorkelers, swimmers and photographers alike.

Kilifi Town

Just a short trip from Mnarani is the charming town of Kilifi. Visitors are encouraged to experience the culture, while appreciating and respecting the locals’ unique customs.

If Kenyan adventure is what you are after, ask one of our friendly staff members about the many excursions on offer. The colourful Mnarani village, home to most of the staff, is a safe walk away and will give you a taste of Kenyan culture.