The port city of Mombasa, which is the second largest in Kenya, is supposedly its one of the major centre of tourism. Being Kenya’s chief port, Mombasa is the commercial and industrial hub lying on the Indian Ocean and is connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries.
The town over looks a large harbour, where commercial shipping blend with long-established sailing dhows. What actually attract people from distant land to this island is the striking old town and its splendid Arab architecture. The narrow snaky streets, the air often filled with the scent of spices, the local Men & women wrapped in bright coloured coastal wears ‘khanga’ and ‘kikoy & women wearing the traditional outfit-‘bui bu’i and the active markets flooded with fresh fish of the coast is the normal scene that a foreigner get to see on his/her first visit. Capitalizing on coastal tourism, the city is well known for its exotic beach resorts and luxurious hotels. Water activities like kite surfing, scuba diving and much more are also a common site on these beaches.
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