Mombasa - Travel and Tourism
With miles of pristine beaches and a tropical climate year-round, it is hard to resist one of Kenya’s prime tourist destinations.
Built in 1952 on the occasion of Queen Elizabeth’s visit to Mombasa, these massive tusks are situated between the port and town.
The short answer is “anytime”: Mombasa has a tropical climate year-round.
No additional visa is required if you are traveling to Mombasa from within Kenya.
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The U.S. Department of State’s consular website has a great deal of information about safety and security in Kenya.
Kenya’s second largest city is located of the southeastern coast of the mainland, on Mombasa Island, in the Indian Ocean.