• Mombasa

    Mombasa, the second largest municipality in Kenya with a population of roughly 670,000, lies four degrees south of the equator on the western flank of the Indian Ocean. Mombasa consists of a small island, three miles long and 5.5 square miles in area, connected to the mainland by bridges and ferries. Mombasa's coastline is sheltered by a coral reef running parallel to the shore about one mile out from the high-water mark. Beaches of fine sand and gentle slope provide ideal sites for a wide range of luxurious resorts to suit all budgets. Read more
  • Zanzibar

    Zanzibar is part of the United Republic of Tanzania, East Africa. It comprises the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25–50 kilometres off the coast of the mainland, and consists of numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, informally referred to as Zanzibar), and Pemba. The capital of Zanzibar is Zanzibar City, and it's historic center, known as Stone Town, is a World Heritage Site. Zanzibar experiences ideal holiday weather for most of the year. The heat of summer is often cooled by windy conditions resulting in pleasant sea breezes, particularly on the North and East coasts. Being near to the equator, the islands are warm all year round and Zanzibar is blessed with an average of 7–8 hours of sunshine daily. Read more