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Where in mombasa can somebody do hiking ? And if possible how much per person.

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Mombasa Guide: Hiking and Backpacking Within 150 - 300 miles, bamburi butterfly pavilion a nice place for hiking and romantic adventures for a chilling day from the scorching under the beautiful canopies. also for bike riding and on rental in the wild. remins of the coral quarry later went environmental friendly by planting pines and indegineous trees.

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As Kenya's second biggest city, Mombasa offers a veritable treasure trove of activities and sights for visitors. A unique experience is to take a traditional Arab sailing ship, known as a dhow, from Mombasa.

Indeed, the Arab flavour of the city is very evident in the Old Town, with narrow, crowded streets and alleys and vendors selling all manner of imported and local arts and crafts. Shopping in Mombasa is always a highlight, with Makupa Market as the main city market, as well as a floating market located at Tudor Creek, to the north of the city.

An excellent place for souvenirs is Bombolul Workshops and Cultural Village, where high-quality jewellery, leatherwork and other goods are created by over 250 disabled men and women. Being on the coast, Mombasa also offers excellent opportunities for diving, snorkeling, sailing, swimming and a number of other watersports.

Close to Mombasa are a number of parks and farms, including a snake farm, crocodile village and butterfly farm.

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Lamu Island, and specifically Lamu Town, is another Kenyan area which has had a significant Arab influence. Lamu Island offers fantastic week-long celebrations and dancing on the Prophet's Birthday, and it is well worth visiting during this time.

Lamu Town is dotted with intricate mosques and old Arab houses, many with massive, spectacularly carved wooden doors. Two museums worth visiting are the Swahili House Museum and the Lamu Museum.

Other sights in the city include the Fortress, the Hindu Temple and the bazaars located around town. The 14th and 15th century ruins on the islands of Manda and Pate can be visited as day trips. These trips can be arranged and negotiated for with the local boat owners.

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Mombasa Guide: Hiking and Backpacking Within 150 - 300 miles, bamburi butterfly pavilion a nice place for hiking and romantic adventures for a chilling day from the scorching under the beautiful canopies. also for bike riding and on rental in the wild. remins of the coral quarry later went environmental friendly by planting pines and indegineous trees Please for any further querry dont hesitate to contact us http:/

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