The Tri island of Mombasa is located about 441 Km South East of Nairobi.
Visiting the main island of Mombasa is like sampling the culture and history of three continents over the course of a millennium. The influence of Arabs, Portuguese, African and native Mijikenda culture and history is everywhere. Although the official language is English, most people speak Swahili or English dialect that contains a colorful mixture of words from each period of the island's history, be it Portuguese, Arabic or Mijikenda.
The customs have evolved as much from its coastal environment as from the mixture of cultures that settled here. The strong traditions of dance and drum are gifts from Africa.
Travellers Beach Hotel is dedicated to give you a relaxed and home like feeling. Travellers Beach hotel provides a 4 star accommodation facility with luxurious amenities to enhance your stay and make it a memorable one.
The amenities include; telephone services, split air conditioner, balconies with panoramic vies of the ocean and the swimming pool.
The hotel offers you complete privacy; all rooms have private spacious bathroom equipped with all the necessary toiletries, entertainment facilities using the satellite dish and in house movie channels and a strong and safe storage space. The suites are elegantly designed with rich interiors and have a separate lounge and bedroom.
Being in the coastal town of Mombasa; a geographical gem where visitors can soak up centuries of history, marvel at the island’s ever-expanding cultural diversity, and visit the nearby marine park. Its natural products, from exquisite cuisines to organically grown coconuts, from pristine beaches to . And its range of activities both on the island and off its shores rivals that of any vacation destination in the world.
Whether you arrive by road, rail, sea or plane, the moment you touch the soil of this blessed island you will embrace a new perspective on time. And you will feel the pure warmth of its people. Much of their culture and many of their skills remain with us today, including shipbuilding, trade, farming, fishing, and jewelry design. In fact, the history and culture of Mombasa and by extension Kenya, continues to be expressed through the music, dance, pageantry and poetry of the people who have come and lived here over the centuries. It is a collection of native customs,Arabic and Portuguese ownership, infused with African ancestry.
Archeological treasures include the Fort Jesus and the resulting ruins, depicting the faces of a far, far distant past. The National Museum at Fort Jesus is also home to rare antiques and collectibles.
Mombasa and Travellers Beach Hotel is easily reached from the shores of Indian Ocean.Direct flights are available from Nairobi and other major cities in the world. The island is also serviced by national carrier KQ via all major cities in the region. Contact your travel agent or tour operator for more information