: Mombasa Moi International
: Mombasa-Malindi highway
: Mtwapa Beach
: Casaurina Disco, Bahnhof Pub, Club Lambada
: Nyali Golf Club
: Moorings Restaurant, La Marina Restaurant
Mtwapa Creek is an Indian Ocean inlet 15 km north of Mombasa. This calm tropical paradise is not far from the pulse racing night-life of the Kenyan north coast. Famous discotheques are only 5-10 minutes away , the golf club is 10 minutes and a European standard supermarket only 5 minutes away.
Following facilities are not provided but are available nearby: Deep sea fishing , kite surfing, windsurfing, fishing, diving, snorkelling, water slides, go karting, dhow trips, nature trail, crocodile farm and spa.
The nearby sandy beaches are Bamburi Beach, Shanzu Beach and Mtwapa Beach.
Places to visit in Mombasa are the 16th century Portuguese Fort Jesus and old town with its narrow streets and historical Arab building designs. Mombasa old town is an ideal place to shop for well priced coastal handicrafts. The Markets and Bazaars of the old town are worth exploring for bargains and their atmosphere. Unique boutique shops selling art objects, paintings, clothing and jewellery.
Other Activities: Deep Sea Fishing, Kite Surfing, Bird Watching
Golf: 1) Nyali Golf & Country Club (18 hole) is conveniently situated within the posh residential area of Nyali. It is close to the North Coast Hotels and lies 8 km from the centre of Mombasa Island along the Links Road, so named because of the situation of the Course. It is a real Championship layout with impeccable Greens and some testing short rough.
There are five par threes all having a degree of chance for the badly hit shot. Monsoon winds at different times of the year can be either a help or a hindrance making an easy par for an almost difficult par five for the high handicap golfer
2) The Baobab Golf Course (18 hole) at Vipingo Ridge is Kenyas’ newest golf course and has been built to international standards, with the world renowned USGA specification being used for all aspects of the course.
The location of the course, having spectacular views of the Indian Ocean to the east and the vast African interior with its stunning sunsets to the west, gives golfers a fantastic visual of one of the most impressive areas of natural beauty in Kenya.
The course was designed by David Jones, a board member of the European Tour and former Kenya Open Champion and was also officially opened by him during an inaugural ceremony in August 2009.
A meandering system of waterfalls, lakes and streams runs through the course giving a real risk-reward quality to many holes and also creating new natural habitats for birds and wildlife