Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya. Located on the coastal area of the country, It serves as the center of tourism in the region. It has a major port, and an international airport, giving it the nickname, the Gateway to Kenya. The city is build on Mombasa Island, stretching to the mainland. It is separated from the mainland by Tudor Creek and Kilindini Harbour. Connection to the mainland is via Nyali Bridge, Likoni Ferry and Makupa Causeway.
With its white sandy beaches and a deep historical and cultural heritage travelers, foreign and local alike, cannot resist touring this region. The beauty of the beaches and the history surrounding this city is simply marvelous.