Mombasa's main tourist attraction was built in 1593 by the Portuguese and fought over for centuries. Today it houses an amazing museum.
Haller Park is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa, on the Kenyan coast.
Formerly known as the Mackinnon Market, it is full of stalls and carts selling fresh local produce. Worth stopping by.
The stunning Anglican cathedral somehow resembles a mosque with its distinguishable style - white walls, arches and cupola dome.
An adorable sandy beach in the Nyali district is beloved by both locals and tourists.
The crocodile farm belongs to the must-visits of Mombasa. Come see crocodiles being fed, have a drink and sample the crocodile meat.
Despite being much smaller when compared to its counterpart in Nairobi, the square with the Monument of Independence is worth visiting.
The aluminium tusks situated on the Moi Avenue symbolize the entrance into the heart of town. Coincidentally, they also spell M for Mombasa.