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Business class flights to Mombasa

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About Business class flights to Mombasa

jaina temple in mombasa

People know Mombasa for different regions; some know it as a beach destination, some as a port city and still some as an important trade hub. Whatever your reason of visit may be, this second largest city of Kenya is an ideal place to explore for few days. With pleasant climate, friendly people, interesting tourist attractions and scrumptious dining hubs, this one of the major cities of the region has appeal across ages. Business and leisure travellers from different parts of the world book business class flights to Mombasa where there is so much to see, do and explore. The city which is ruled by Portuguese, Arabs and British has every right to boast of multiculturalism which travellers find interesting.

Useful Information

  • Mombasa is a year round destination however rainy season should be avoided.
  • The city is considered safe but travellers should return to their hotels before night.
  • Dining at unhygienic restaurants should be avoided for the fear of diseases.

This one of the major business and leisure hubs of the region enjoys great air connectivity from rest of the world. On arrival you will get excellent means to get around that include cars, taxis and public transport. These things come handy in getting to major places of interest. Bombolulu Workshops which is a rehabilitation workshop for disabled, where persons with disability works on jewellery, textiles and leather craft, has emerged as a destination for travellers. There are also some Hindu temples dotting city’s landscape. Mombasa Tusks which were built in 1956 to celebrate Princess Margaret's visit to Mombasa town also attracts a large number of visitors. Its historic Old Town, where a large number of souvenir shops are situated, is also a point of interest. Mtwapa Creek with small marinas and beautiful vegetation is also a point of interest. Shimba Hills National Park which is situated on the outskirts of the city frequented for its flora and fauna. Haller Park despite being small in size has a fascination collection of animals.

These attractions may be important but no mention of Mombasa is said to be complete without visiting its beaches. English point, Nyali Beaches and Bamburi Beach on the north coast and Tiwi and Diani on the south coast are popular among visitors.

Mombasa Flights

  • Distance from UK:
  • Average Flight Duration: 11 hrs 20 mins