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Located in the lap of the Indian Ocean, Serena Beach in Mombasa is a paradise on earth, providing you with the most relaxing atmosphere you could dream of anywhere else. Being a coral island, Mombasa has plenty of nature to offer tourists. The white sandy beach bordering the turquoise Indian Ocean waters is a splendor to watch, stay, relax, and have fun. The extensive yet never overcrowded gardens connecting the white sandy beach are a treat to the eye.

And talk about exotic. Have you ever experienced anything over in this part of the world? That’s what makes African beaches SO special. They remain largely untouched by the typical tourist looking to getaway for a week – these are grand beaches that offer not only a resort, but the opportunity of a lifetime to go on safari, climb a great mountain, make a dent on your bucket list!

Camel on the Beach, Africa

The sub-drenched powder soft sandy beaches, surrounding a shimmering turquoise ocean and decked with swaying palms, are the best example of a tropical paradise. The marine parks and fabulous coral reef villages are the best places to relish the uniqueness of a tropical paradise and in fact the ideal starting point for safari trips and safe havens for swimming.

If you love water excursions, Serena Beach is your best bet. You can expect to explore a wide range of tropical marine species, including elusive whale sharks, manta rays, and turtles, among others.

Serena Hotel, Stone Town, Mombasa

If you would really like to spot the whale shark, plan your Serena beach tour during September-October and January-February. You will find the marine park an ideal base for snorkeling and diving.
It is a good staging point for adventure sports on and off the beach. You will also find the Serena Beach a paradise for dolphin spotting. If you are a dolphin lover, don’t go anywhere else!

Savor the ethnic Swahili lunch in the Wasini channel island. You are sure to find it unique and delectable enough to tantalize your taste buds.

If you are a bird lover, take a motorboat trip to the mangrove channels to view kingfishers, cormorants, fish eagles, and grey herons. You can even cross over to the Diani Beach to explore Kenya’s wildlife and the forested Shimba Hills Reserve, home to the Kenyan coastal elephant, indigenous sable antelope, and a stunning wildlife variety.

A compelling adventure awaits you at the Mombasa beaches; step out to explore all that nature has to offer you in this part of the world!

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