Fort Jesus: Built in 1593 to 1596 by the Portuguese, Fort Jesus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of Mombasa’s top tourist attractions.
- Haller Park: Haller Park Mombasa is a hit with animal lovers.
- Mombasa Marine National Park: One of the busiest of Kenya’s offshore reserves, Mombasa Marine National Park protects mangroves, seagrass beds, sandy beaches, and coral reef.
- North Coast Beaches: Beaches on the north side of Mombasa are a little livelier than the south coast.
- Old Town: On the southeast side of Mombasa Island, the Old Town is reminiscent of the days when the Portuguese ruled this important port.
- South Coast Beaches: The coastline south of Mombasa is a world of natural beauty.
- Mombasa Tusks: Are you planning a sightseeing tour of the city? You can’t miss seeing this famous landmark.
- Mamba Village Centre: Mamba Village Centre in Nyali is East Africa’s largest crocodile farm.
- Bombolulu Workshops and Cultural Centre: Are you looking for things to buy in Mombasa? At Bombolulu Workshops you can shop and help disabled Kenyans at the same time.
- Mombasa Go-Kart: Mombasa Go-Kart is a hit with speedsters and kids of all ages.