Tourism board suggests the city is a 'gateway' to the country
People on adventure holidays in Kenya should spend some days in the city of Mombasa, as it has a range of great elements and serves well as a base to explore the rest of the country.
Mombasa, which is the second-largest city in Kenya (behind the capital of Nairobi), is located on the southern coast of the country, looking out on to the Indian Ocean.
Angie Sloan, the director of the Kenya Tourist Board in the United Kingdom, said that the city can be seen as a stunning "gateway" to the rest of the country.
"Mombasa is the gateway to 500 km of breathtaking Indian Ocean coastline with year round warm temperatures and is a great value for money winter sun destination for British tourists," she said.
"The region is also easily accessible from a number of national parks around Kenya and is the perfect spot to chill out after a safari."
Another thing that people can do when they are taking adventure holidays in Kenya is see the Rift Valley lakes, a stunning formation which are the oldest, largest and deepest lakes in the world.