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Bongo Safari Tours

  1. Choose a tour operator who is on the ground
    This means you are better off choosing a safari company which is local meaning local in the country that you would like to visit. They do have fresh information compared to foreign companies with stale information. The information gathered like ten years ago is outdated but a company that is on the ground always knows any changes and how the industry is at the time of contact. Another good thing is that this will help the locals and up-grade their lives.
  2. Choose a reputable and experienced operator
    Safari is a lifetime experience to others, and it will leave a good or bad memory. Make sure you choose someone who knows what they are doing, friendly Guides who can handle different characters and they are solution oriented. Make sure you trust the company you are dealing with and always ask questions because questions are never wrong. Search the internet for safari reviews, recommendations, and note what does and does not work for safari travelers and make an informed decision.
  3. Inform the Tour Operator any personal issues
    i.e food allergies; limited mobility; heart condition; queen versus twin beds; motion sickness; baby if any and the age of the kid etc. The safari operator will advise the client if a particular safari or activity will be possible or not.
  4. Know the following from the safari company:
    Description of safari vehicles; Lodging recommendations; National Park recommendations; distance from one park to the other, express concerns about the logistics of being on safari, i.e. are there rest room facilities in the parks or accommodations? Do they have electricity in the accommodations etc.
  5. Be flexible during your planning
    People often think that they know what they want to do, but their ideas may not work in practice. This may be due to a number of things, such as date of travel, activities on offer, quality of camp – and quite often it is a result of bad advice from other people.
  6. What you pay for is what you get:
    As a rule, if there are two camps that look the same but one is more expensive, there will be a reason for this. The main reasons will be the quality of the services offered e.g Customer Care, Food, Beddings etc. Make sure the company you are choosing has been to the facility and has latest information regarding the same. Would it be wise for you to pay a lot of money for Air Fare and end up sleeping in a smelly and uncomfortable place or eat bad food. Make sure you enjoy your holiday. And always know cheap could be expensive.
  7. Consider a night near the Airport on the arrival day:
    Safaris are fairly demanding and it is a good idea to get fresh before you start your adventure! Otherwise you may struggle to recover after your flight, rest and have a good time before the safari.
  8. Know your guide before the safari:
    Make sure you meet the company representative and the Driver Guide for a briefing session. If possible know your Driver Guide before the safari even if it will be through Watsup so that you get used to each other for you will spend several days together.
  9. What is the best time for a Safari:
    If you want to see the Wildebeest Migration then you have to choose Maasai Mara the months of June to October. But any time of the year is the best. The Weather patterns have changed so you never know when it will rain and the long rains are not that long these days so go for it any time of the year.
  10. Decide what you want to see:
    This could determine which parks to visit. Are you an Animal lover and which animals in particular or are you a Bird Watcher or anything nature is good for you. Express yourself to the operator and they will advise you accordingly.

It’s easier than you think. Determined to make your family travel dream a reality? Here’s our guide to the basics.

  1. Safety.
    The threat of Terrorism has become a global problem, make sure you contact your home affairs office regarding any destination you choose. If you would like to go on a safari make sure you stay in the bus during the safari because the animals are wild. Make sure the safari provider has the special seats for  kids so that they are safe while driving because some roads are rough.
  2. Stay Healthy During Your Safari.
    Looking after your family’s health is of course a top priority. Before you go, arrange the requisite vaccinations and antimalarials in plenty of time, and remember that some jabs (eg typhoid) can’t be given before a certain age. Carry a good first aid kit and discuss in advance what to do in an emergency; comprehensive travel insurance is a must.
    While it pays to be prepared, with all the fresh air and exercise you’ll likely be getting on the road, plus new, varied foods and plenty of mood-boosting family time, chances are you’ll all be healthier than ever while you’re away.
  3. Pack Light and Stock Up on the go.
    Will you be lugging around baby paraphernalia, or are you travelling with older kids who can carry their own stuff? Will you be backpacking or driving? Will you be with a driver guide during a safari ? Do you need to worry about seasons or will you stick to warm climates?
    Whatever your plans, pack as little as possible. You can buy nappies, baby food and even clothes as you go along – and you may well need to anyway, given the rate at which most children grow.
    Must-haves include a comfort object or two for small children, a lightweight sling for babies and toddlers, and a tablet or laptop loaded with games and movies for when the inevitable cries of boredom strike. A small backpack that young children can pack and carry themselves is a great way of involving them in the preparations.
  4. Get the Kids involved.
    Letting the kids take part in the day-to-day decision making is all part of the fun. Ask them for their ideas of what to do and where to visit; encourage them to write or draw in a journal daily; or give them their own child-friendly camera to capture the world from their own perspective.
    You may need to move slower than you did in your pre-children days. Most kids won’t take kindly to rushing around ticking off high-profile sites; it’s more relaxing for all involved to spend several days, if you are on a safari make sure you have a private driver guide and one who is patient,  flexible and child friendly. Make sure it is only you and your family in the bus to avoid any friction.
  5. Let Travel be their Teacher.
    Travel with school-age children and you’ll have to educate along the way. As well as setting time aside for formal study, draw inspiration from the world around you. Learn about art and history by visiting museums and ancient sites; use a trip to the market as a simple maths lesson; study maps to understand the geography of the countries you’re visiting; or encourage your kids to interact in the local language.
    There are numerous sites dedicated to homeschooling and many companies provide learning and teaching resources on their websites, including National Geographic), NASA (and the BBC)
    Of course, exploring the world is a positive learning experience in itself, and your kids are bound to gain valuable practical, social and language skills to show off when they get back home.








Anderson Bongo MwameriBongo Safaris started in the year 2010, with only two employees i.e. my wife and I.  I used to do safaris and my wife did office work. Our office was at home so whenever I was on safari she would take care of our mails. Before we started our Tour and Safari Company, I was employed by a Safari company in Mombasa as a Driver/guide. My wife was a house wife and we were living in one room. We had our toilet, kitchen and bathroom in the same room. We were very comfortable despite my small salary.  The single room was everything. There was a partition which separated our toilet/bathroom. When we had visitors, we had to share the room but we were still comfortable. When we got our first child, we still had the same salary and the same one room yet we were still comfortable. 

One day, while we were out, thieves broke into our house and took everything they could lay their hands on except our bed. When we came back in the evening it was a shocker. A month later, I was laid off at work. Even the small salary which had been our comfort was snatched away from us. We were very discouraged, distraught and disappointed.  I informed my friend about the debacle. He sent me $200 and the money helped us for a short time.  One evening as I was talking with my wife, thoughts kept coming and one of the thoughts was to start our own Tour and Safari Company. That was when Bongo Safari was born.  

The reason why am telling this story is this, tragedies and misfortunes are not the end of the world in fact they could be the beginning of a new thing. When thieves broke into our house and the job was gone, I could have sat and started a big pity party, telling everyone about our misfortunes but we had an idea and we acted on it. Now we have trained and qualified driver/guides and other staff members who can advise and take care of your Tour and Safari needs. I was interested in Travelling since when I was young. I remember when I was still in Primary school, that is way back in 1989. We were supposed to travel to Nairobi for a music competition, I was not interested in singing but I was excited about going to Nairobi which I used to watch on Television. I had sleepless nights thinking of how this trip would be. When the day was near, I went to my father to ask for permission to travel to Nairobi. To my disappointment my father refused me the permission, I felt bad and I decided to go without his permission. We had a good time in Nairobi but deep inside of me I knew I will have to face the music when I returned home, I was chased away from home and I went to the village for a month. We have travelled to most of the parks in Kenya and we know where we are taking you. Come for safari in Kenya and we will be more than happy to serve you and give you a memorable safari.

 

Anderson and Florence Mwameri Bongo.

Our Charity Work

It is our goal that from our safaris business a percentage of our earnings goes to among others a rehabilitation centre and a children's home that we support. These homes take care of destitute children left behind by the death of their parents through the AIDS scourge, or drug abuse. We encourage tourists to visit and participate in activities in these projects and see the good your visit does to these projects.

 

Doing safari with Bongo Safari is touching the lives of the less privileged positively! 

Gambo wa Mwagambo

His name is Gambo wa Mwamgambo, he is a professional driver guide, Gambo speaks Germany, English and Swahili fluently. He can handle wildlife, vehicle and can take good care of the clients. He is a good animal and bird spotter, full of wisdom. He always knows where the animals are and in his hands you are always safe.
Moses This is Moses, he is a Trained guide and can speak Spanish, English and Swahili. He can handle Maasai Mara National Reserve, Samburu National Reserve, Amboseli and Tsavo. Very friendly and knowledgeable. In his hands you are safe.

Henry Matoke

His name is Henry Matoke, he is a professional driver guide, Henry speaks English and Swahili fluently. He handles safaris all over Kenya and takes good care of our clients. Henry is a good animal and bird spotter, full of wisdom. He always knows where the animals are and in his hands you are always safe.
 

Kombo

His name is Kombo, he is a professional driver guide, Kombo speaks Italian, English and Swahili fluently. He handles safaris all over Kenya and takes good care of our clients. Kombo is a good animal and bird spotter, full of wisdom. He always knows where the animals are and in his hands you are always safe. 

Who we are
We are a local Safari/Tour Company based in Kenya, East Africa. We are officially registered to operate by the  government and ministry of Tourism of Kenya

What we do
We do organize Safaris, Tours, Excursions and Transfers so from the moment you start thinking about going on a vacation to Kenya, Africa. Many thoughts do come up like which company is trustworthy, is our safety guaranteed, are our kids safe and is it a good idea to take kids on such a vacation, how are going to pay etc. Right from the time you start thinking about all those questions. We are here and we want to make sure we can provide the right information at the right time to everyone who needs it.

Where we do
We do organize safaris from anywhere in Kenya and we can take you wherever you want in Kenya including Maasai Mara National Reserve, Lake Nakuru National Park, Amboseli National Park, Tsavo East and West National Parks, Meru National Park, Shimba National Reserve, Samburu National Reserve, Lake Bogoria National Reserve, Lake Baringo National Reserve, Impala National Reserve, Kenya Coast and book a hotel / accommodation for you.

Our Driver Guides
Our Driver / guides have many years of experience doing safaris/Tours. They are trained on how to handle both vehicles and Wildlife. They can take good care of the elderly and children as well, they are good animal and bird spotters and command good English language and on request we can organize for French or Germany or Italian speaking driver guides so rest assured you are in safe and good hands.

Our Network
We can organize you meet with local groups such as Football Teams, Local Churches and other non governmental agencies that operate in the area. This way you can combine Wildlife adventure and meet  Kenyans.

1 Day Tsavo Safari

safari from mombasa, tsavo safari - 1 day mombasa to Tsavo East safari

Tsavo Safari, 1 Day Travel to Tsavo, Africa Wildlife safari

1 Day Shimba Hills Safari

Mombasa Safari Excursion to Shimba Hills Reserve, short safari from Mombasa, wildlife

 

The endangered sable antelope, Mombasa Safari Excursion to Shimba Hills Reserve

2 Days Tsavo East Safari

2 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East Safari

 

Safari from Mombasa, Tsavo 2 days, 1 over night safari, 2 Days Tsavo east safari

 

2 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East Safari - the rare Gerenuk

2 Days Tsavo East and Tsavo West Safari

2 Days Mombasa to Tsavo East and West Safari

 

Safari from Mombasa to Tsavo East and West, African wildlife safari

2 Days Taita Hills Salt Lick Game Sanctuary Safari

Safari from Mombasa to Taita Hills Saltlick

 

Buffalo - 2 Days Safari from Mombasa to Taita Hills Saltlick

3 Days Tsavo East and West Safari

3 Days - Tsavo East and Tsavo West - Mombasa Safari

Sentrim Tsavo Safari Camp, Mombasa safaris, African wildlife Safaris, Travel or visit Kenya

3 Days Mombasa Safari to Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Park

Mombasa wildlife Safari to Tsavo East and West

3 Days Tsavo East and Amboseli Safari

Mombasa 3 days Safari, Tsavo and Amboseli safari from Mombasa, African Wildlife Watching safari

Mombasa Safari : 3 Days Tsavo East and Amboseli Safari

Mombasa safaris to Tsavo and Amboseli

safari from Mombasa to Amboseli and Tsavo, wildlife safari from Mombasa, 3 days Tsavo East and Amboseli safari

3 Days Tsavo West and Amboseli Safari

Tsavo West Ngulia Hills - Mombasa 3 days Safari, Tsavo West and Amboseli safari from Mombasa, African Wildlife Watching safari

Tsavo West Giraffe feeding - safari from Mombasa to Amboseli and Tsavo, wildlife safari from Mombasa, 3 days Tsavo East and Ambosleli safari

Safaris from Mombasa, Tsavo and Amboseli, African Wildlife Safaris

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Mombasa safaris to Tsavo and Amboseli, travel to Kenya, Tours in Kenya

Mombasa safaris to Tsavo and Amboseli, travel to Kenya, Tours in Kenya

4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Tsavo East - Safaris from Mombasa

Mombasa Safari to Tsavo and Amboseli, African wildlife safaris, Lion safari

Mombasa Safari to Tsavo and Amboseli, Kenya wildlife safari to Tsavo and Amboseli

 Amboseli and Tsavo Safari, Mombasa Safaris, Kenya wildlife Safari - 4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Tsavo East - Safaris from Mombasa

Mombasa Kenya African Wildlife safari, safari to Tsavo and Amboseli, 4 days Tsavo east. west and amboseli from mombasa

4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Taita Hills Saltlick - Mombasa Safari

Mombasa safari to Tsavo and Amboseli, 4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Taita Hills Saltlick Road Safari from Mombasa

Safaris from mombasa, 4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Taita Hills Saltlick - Mombasa Safari

4 Days Tsavo West, Amboseli and Taita Hills Saltlick - Mombasa Kenya Safari

Mombasa Safari to Tsavo and Amboseli, African wildlife safaris, Lion safari

Tsavo, Amboseli and Taita Hills saltlick safari from Mombasa, African wildlife safari, 4 days travel

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6 Days Nairobi to Mombasa Safari: Masai Mara, Nakuru and Amboseli

6 days Nairobi to Mombasa Safari: Masai Mara, Nakuru and Amboseli

Mombasa Safari to Masai Mara

Safari from Nairobi and Ending in Mombasa

6 days Nairobi to Mombasa Safari: Masai Mara, Nakuru and Amboseli

Mombasa safari to Masai Mara, 6 days wildlife safari from Mombasa

6 days Nairobi to Mombasa Safari: Masai Mara, Nakuru and Amboseli, mombasa safari to Msai mata and Amboseli, Lake Nakuru Tours, african wildlife safari

6 days Nairobi to Mombasa Safari: Masai Mara, Nakuru and Amboseli

 

 

3 days Masai Mara Kenya Road Safari- from Nairobi

Nairobi safari to Masai Mara, wildlife safari in Africa - kenya

Kenya safari to Masai Mara from Nairobi, African wildlife watching safari, visit, travel, tours to kenya, wilderbeest migration safari to the masai mara

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4 Days Nairobi Safari - Amboseli National Park and Masai Mara National Reserve

4 Days Nairobi Safari to Amboseli and Masai Mara
Ol Tukai Lodge in Amboseli: from this lodge you can watch a number of African wildlife in particular huge herds of elephants

4 Days Nairobi Safari - Amboseli National Park and Masai Mara National Reserve
Safari to Amboseli; huge Elephant exist in the park

Kenya, African Wildlife Safari from Nairobi to Masai Mara and Amboseli
Masai Mara safari: Tour to a Maasai village

Nairobi Safari - Amboseli National Park and Masai Mara National Reserve, 4 Days Nairobi Safari
Maasai Mara Safari - zebra and wildebeest grazing by a pond

4 Days Kenya Safari - Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru Road Safari from Nairobi

Nairobi safari to lake nakuru and masai mara, 4 days african wildlife safari, visit amboseli and masai mara
Masai Mara safari - young lion in the Masai Mara reserve

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Hippos in the Mara river

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Lake Nakuru Safari - Pelicans in the foreground a white rhino and flamingoes in the back ground

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Waterbuck by the Shores of Lake Nakuru

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha
Samburu Safari : Elephants in the Ewaso Nyiro river

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha
Samburu Safari: The long-necked gerenuk

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha
Mount Kenya: the highest mountain in Kenya

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha
Lake Nakuru safari: A congregation of flamingo and a zebra in the foreground

6 Days Nairobi Safari - Samburu, Mount Kenya, Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha
A hippo podl in Lake Naivasha

6 Days Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria and Lake Baringo Safari

Nairobi safari to lake nakuru and masai mara, 4 days african wildlife safari, visit amboseli and masai mara
Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru Safari - lion on a yellow fever tree

Safaris from Nairobi, African wildlife and birdwatching safari, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria and Lake Baringo Safari
Lake Nakuru Safari - lesser flamingo in full flight

6 Days Masai Mara,  Lake Nakuru, Lake Bogoria and Lake Baringo Safari
Masai Mara Safari - Village Tour

African wildlife and Bird watching safari, Masai mara and The Rift Valley Lakes Safri from Nairobi
Lake Baringo hippo

safari from Nairobi o Lake Nakuru, Lake Baringo and Lake Bogoria in rift valley Kenya, Masai Mar and the Lakes in Kenya Safari
Hot Geyser - Lake Baringo, Kenya

7 Days Nairobi Safari to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu

Nairobi safari to lake nakuru and masai mara, 4 days african wildlife safari, visit amboseli and masai mara
Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu Safari - lion resting

African wildlife safari, 7 Days Nairobi Safari to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu
Wildebeests crossing the Mara river

7 Days Nairobi Safari to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu
Masai Mara Safari - Hyenas

Safaris from Nairobi, Samburu, Lake Nakuru and Masia Mara safari
Aerial view of Lake Nakuru

Lake Nakuru African wildlife and bird watching safari, 7 Days Nairobi Safari to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu
Lake Nakuru - Rhino with flamingoes in the background

7 Days Nairobi Safari to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu, African Wildlife Safari
Samburu - leopard on a tree

8 Days Nairobi Safari to Samburu, Aberdare, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara

8 Days Nairobi Safari to Samburu, Aberdare, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara, Africa wildlife safari
Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu Safari 

Nairobi safaris, African wildlife tours, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu Safari 7 days
Nairobi safaris, African wildlife tours, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru and Samburu Safari 7 days

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Samburu Doum palm-line Ewaso Nyiro river

Lake Nakuru Flamingoes
Kenya African wildlife and bird watching safari, 8 Days Nairobi Safari to Samburu, Aberdare, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha and Masai Mara

 Waterfalls in Aberdares National Park
Waterfalls in Aberdares National Park

2 Days Air Safari to Masai Mara

Air safari from Mombasa or Nairobi begin when you board light aircrafts that take you to either the Masai Mara,

Masai Mara Zebra

3 days Masai Mara Kenya Air Safari from Mombasa or Nairobi

Air Safari to Masai Matra

Mombasa safari to Masai mara by air  - wildebeest

Masai Mara Air Safari from Mombasa or Nairobi - Village tour

3 Days Zanzibar Island Beach Holiday

Zanzibar Excursion from Mombasa or Nairobi, Zanzibar holiday
The old buildings of the Stone town in Zanzibar

3 Days Zanzibar Island Excursion, Zanzibar Beach Holiday
Zanzibar tour to the old spice and fruit vegetable market

Zanzibar Beach Holiday and Excursions
Zanzibar Historical sites - the old slave market

5 Days Mount Kenya Climbing Safari - Naro Moru Route - Trekking/Hiking Safari

Climbing mount Kenya, Mount Kenya Hiking, Climbing, Trekking Safari
The snow covered peaks of Mount Kenya

Mount Kenya Hiking, Climbing, Trekking Safari
Mount Kenya Climbing Safari Challenge

Mount Kenya Hiking, Climbing, Trekking Safari
Climbers at the top of Mount Kenya

5 Days Mount Kenya Climbing Safari - Up and Down Sirimoni Route

Mount Kenya Climbing Safari - Up and Down Sirimoni Route, mountain climbing safaris
Mount Kenya climbing safari - using Sirimoni Route

Mount Kenya Hiking, Climbing, Trekking Safari
Climbing Mount Kenya, Mount Kenya Hiking, Climbing, Trekking Safari

Mount Kenya
Mount Kenya Climbing, Trekking Safari - Vegetation

Mombasa City Tour - Full Day Tour of the City of Mombasa

Mombasa city tour and excursions  - tour to the Akamba Handicraft just outside mombasa town, excursion to see sculpture making in mombasa
A city tour of Mombasa with an excursion to the Akamba Handicraft

Mombasa City Tour Excursion
Mombasa city tour and excursion includes a visit to Elephant tusks, spelling the letter 'M' for Mombasa

Ngomongo Village Tour
This Mombasa city excursion/tour will include a tour to the Ngomongo cultural villages

Mombasa City Tour - Fort Jesus
Fort Jesus- This is Mombasa’s biggest tourist attraction and is a must visit during your excursion/Mombasa city Tour.

Mombasa Old Town - City Tour
You Mombasa city tour /Excursion will include  a walk into Mombasa's Old Town

Meet the People Tour - Mombasa Day Trip, Mombasa Tour

 


Mombasa Tour, Tour to meet the ordinary people of Mombasa, Mombasa tours to meet the locals

Mombasa meet the people tour, mombasa life ordinary away from the hotels and leisure
Mombasa meet the people tour, mombasa life ordinary away from the hotels and leisure

Kongowea Market - Mombasa meet the People Tour
This Mombasa meet the people tour will take you to the Kongowea market - the largest wholesale market in Mombasa

Boda Boda Motorcycle Taxi - Mombasa, Kenya
Mombasa tour - boda-boda (Motorbike) taxi; commonly used by the people of Mombasa

Mombasa meet the people tour - visit a local primary school
This Mombasa meet the people tour will take you to a children's home in Mombasa

Meet the people tour of Mombasa, mombasa Locals
Mombasa tour - visit to a local primary school

Mombasa by Night and Dinner in the Castle

 

Mombasa Excursions, Exploring Mombasa by Arab Dhow, mombasa evening walking tour, tour of fort Jesus in the evening
Mombasa by night and dinner in the Castle (Fort Jesus) - Arab fire torch bearers welcome you to witness an amazing sound and light show

Dhow trip in Mombasa, evening cruise in Mombasa, excursions and short tours of Mombasa

 

Mombasa Coastal Bush Tour - Full Day Tour/Excursion

 

Mombasa Tour - Old Missionary Church in Kaloleni
Saint Luke's hospital run by Anglican Church missionaries

Kaloleni Market - Mombasa Bush Tour
Mombasa Coastal Cultural and bush tour - local market in Kaloleni

Mombasa Village Tour
Women grinding maize using a stone - Mombasa Cultural and bush tour: Life in villages just outside Mombasa

 

Wasini Island Tour - Dolphin Dhow - Day Tour

 

Wasini island dolphin dhow
Sailing on a traditional Arab dhow to the Wasini island to view dolphin and other marine life and attractions

Wasini island tour - one of the excursions from Mombasa
Viewing dolphin from a traditional Swahili dhow in Wasini Island

Diving in Wasini island after watching dolphins
Wasini Island dolphin dhow tour may be combined with a diving expedition