Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya.A regional cultural and economic hub, Mombasa has a large port and an international airport, and is an important regional tourism centre. Located on the east coast of Kenya, in Mombasa County , Mombasa's situation on the Indian Ocean made it a historical trading centre.
It is located on Mombasa Island and sprawls to the surrounding mainlands. The island is separated from the mainland by two creeks: Tudor Creek and Kilindini Harbour. It 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, alongside which runs the Kenya-Uganda Railway. The port serves both Kenya and countries of the interior, linking them to the ocean.
Nyali Bridge The Nyali Bridge is a concrete girder bridge connecting the city of Mombasa on Mombasa Island to the mainland of Kenya. The bridge crosses Tudor Creek (a tidal inlet) to the north-east of the island. The bridge is one of three road links out of Mombasa .The Likoni Ferry provides a third transport link to the island, and is situated at the southern tip.
Fort JesusIt was built in the shape of a man (viewed from the air), and was given the name of Jesus. In 2011, the fort was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, highlighted as one of the most outstanding and well preserved examples of 16th-century Portuguese military fortifications.It hold rich history and it one of those places that if you don't visit then you were not in Mombasa.
Pirates BeachWhat is more fun than kicking the sand on the shores of Indian Ocean,enjoying a swim in the cold water,getting to see a beautiful sunset,camel rides,fully equiped bar and many more activities in this public beach.Who said FUN has to be expensive?