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Highlights

  • City walk to the Old Town
  • Explore the historical sites
  • Use of public transportation (Tuk-Tuk)
  • Visit local spice market
  • Meet and talk to locals
  • Swahili Lunch at local Cafe

Pick up

You will be picked up at your hotel


What to Expect

The Swahili culture is very unique and I will take you to some of the most amazing traditional places in Mombasa.
We will start our tour by visiting the Old Town, where we will interact with locals and share the history and heritage of life in Mombasa. After that, we...


This Is The Plan

Pick Up

I will pick you up from your location in Mombasa, and we will begin our tour to learn more about the Swahili culture.

I will pick you up from your location in Mombasa, and we will begin our tour to learn more about the Swahili culture.

Old Town

We will take a walk through the old town and you get to see how daily life is here in Mombasa as we interact with some of the locals.

We will take a walk through the old town and you get to see how daily life is here in Mombasa as we interact with some of the locals.

Mosques

We will go around as I show you the amazing Mosques that were built over 100 years ago and still hold the values of the Arab community that settled in Mombasa during the trade.

We will go around as I show you the amazing Mosques that were built over 100 years ago and still hold the values of the Arab community that settled in Mombasa during the trade.

Local Market

We will use local transportation (Tuk-Tuk) to visit the local market where they sell a wide variety of spices and local traditional Swahili food. Here we will buy some snacks that are mouth-watering and we share the traditional Mshikaki ( roasted meat on skewers).

We will use local transportation (Tuk-Tuk) to visit the local market where they sell a wide variety of spices and local traditional Swahili food. Here we will buy some snacks that are mouth-watering and we share the traditional Mshikaki ( roasted meat on skewers).

Lunch and Departure

We shall enjoy lunch together at a local cafe as we get the chance to have a chat. After that, our tour comes to an end, and I will take you back safely to your Hotel.

We shall enjoy lunch together at a local cafe as we get the chance to have a chat. After that, our tour comes to an end, and I will take you back safely to your Hotel.


What is included

  • Pick Up/ Drop Off
  • Local Swahili lunch
  • 2 Litres bottled water
  • Your own Localist

What to bring

  • Comfortable Shoes
  • Camera
  • Extra money for souvenirs

About your Localist

John

My name is Allan John and I am Kenyan. I love my mother land and i have always had a passion to show it off, I know Mombasa and its environs very well, in fact, I have lived in 6 different areas around the Kenyan coast region and know them like the back of my hand. I love to meet new people and I am full of energy to show you the best places in town. You are welcome


Language

  • English


$ 16 p.p. if 4
 
 
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1. Booking Request

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2. Payment

The Localist must respond within 48 hours. We authorize your card for the full amount, but you will not be charged for the activity until the Localist has accepted the booking.

3. Security for you

Funds are not sent to the Localist until after the activity has been completed, so you do not have to worry about your money disappearing.

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