ACSBS 01 Visit Mamba Village – 3 hrs
Afternoon visit to the crocodile Farm, enjoy the beautiful botanical gardens as you wait for the crocodile feeding time at 05:00 pm.

ACSBS 02 Mombasa City Tour – 3 hrs
City tour to the colourful city including the bustling fruit and vegetable market, the famous Elephant Tusks, Fort Jesus, The Old Town and Port and Akamba Wood Carvers Centre.

ACSBS 03 – Full Day Wasini Island Dhow Trip
The day is spend aboard a traditional sailing dhow visiting the spectacular Marine Park of Kisite, home to a myarid of tropical fish and lovely coral formations. The morning offer opportunities for snorkeling on the shallow reef, where Dolphins might be seen, a fresh seafood lunch on the Wasini Island. You may visit a Swahili village in the afternoon before returning to the mainland for transfer back to the hotel.

ACSBS 04 – Ngomongo Village (Cultural Tour) – 4 hrs
Drive to the Ngomongo Village to sample their life styles and culture in the different tribal huts and catch a real life glimpse of what may have been before “civilization set in. A number of traditional huts serving different tribal groundings have been created in this theme village. Watch or participate in the traditional food preparation.

ACSBS 05 Malindi And Watamu
The most popular spot in Malindi Marine National Park, one of it’s kind in Africa The Park lies about 2kms offshore and is reachable by glass- bottomed boats. The park abounds with beautiful and diverse marine life. Other places of interest include the Vasco da Gama Pillar erected in 1498 as a navigational aid and the Malindi crocodile Farm and Snake Park. A short distance north of Malindi at Mamburi is large saltpans, which produce salt for both domestic and export markets. However what draws tourists to this small town more than anything else is the ‘holiday air’ that blows about the place. The tranquility of the township and the merry atmosphere facilitates complete relaxation.

About 24kms south of Malindi is Watamu Beach holiday resort with its own marine National Park established for the preservation of coral reef resources. The coral reefs here are of exquisite beauty .A short distances from Watamu are the famous Gedi ruins, one of the principal historical monuments on the coast. Near the Gedi ruins is the Kipepo Butterfly Farm where many species of butterfly are collected for export.

The Lamu archipelago is 30 minutes flight from Malindi. Access to Lamu Island is only possible by boat. The town is linked to the mainland and to the three other small islands of Kiwayu, Manda and Kiunga by waterways. Air travelers land at the airstrip on the Manda Island and the proceed by boat to lamu. Lamu is a unique town. It has magnificent old houses and street that are too narrow and winding to accommodate motorized transport. Consequently donkeys are the only mode of transportation!

ACSBS 06 The Kenya Coast Safari

Day 1: Nairobi – Mombasa
The morning is spent relaxing while the afternoon is occupied by a visit to the nearby Nairobi National Park that nestles with the city as its backdrop. Take the “Lunatic Express” train to Mombasa arriving early the next morning. Dinner and overnight in the sleeper.

Day 2: Momasa – South Coast
Transfer by vehicle to hotel on the reknown Diani Beach, where the next few days are spent enjoying the unspoiled whitesands of these beaches. Accommodation is on half board to enable you sample the varied cuisine that is found in the eateries of the many hotels that dot this coast.

Day 3 – Day 6: Diani Beach
These days are spent by the beach sunbathing or engaged in the numerous watersports that are available including:- Scuba diving, snorkeling, wind surfing, big game fishing and deep sea diving.

Day 7: Diani – Nairobi
Morning flight to Nairobi after transfer by road to the coastal town of Mombasa. Dinner at Carnivore before flight back home.

ACSBS 07 Kenya Coast Beach Tours

Day 1: Nairobi – Mombasa – North Coast
Morning flight to Mombasa. Transfer to Serena Beach Hotel after a tour of the city of Mombasa which includes a visit to Fort Jesus, Mamba Village or Crocodile farm, “Haller’s Park” – a masterpiece in environmental conservation – and lunch. Dinner and overnight at this first class beach hotel.
Resting at the Beach

Day 2: North Coast – Serena Beach
The day is spent at leisure in this beautiful stretch of white sands less than one hour’s drive from the famous port of Mombasa. A lunch cruise on the famous Tamarind Dhow. Dinner and an overnight stay at the Serena Beach Hotel, one of the top hotels of the world.

Day 3 – Day 5: Serena Beach – Malindi
A mid morning drive via the Gedi Ruins to Turtle Bay Hotel in Malindi where for the next few days you are at leisure either relaxing by the beach, engaged in water sports or exploring the nearby nature trails and historic ruins.

Day 6: Malindi – Lamu
Afternoon flight to Lamu the northernmost island on the Kenyan coastline. Dinner and overnight at a Lamu Hotel.

Day 7 – Day 9: Lamu
The next few days are at leisure exploring this romantic and secluded island or just lazing on the beach where the endless white sands give an illusion of being on different plane from the rest of humanity. Accommodation in Lamu is on full board basis.

Day 10: Nairobi
Morning flight to Nairobi. Transfer to your hotel. Evening dinner at the Carnivore Restaurant before proceeding to the airport for your flight back home.


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