our community


We are located in an up market neighborhood of palatial residential homes, Serena Hotel and Pride Inn Paradise Beach Resort, shopping centers with plenty of modern amenities such as Banks, ATMs, Supermarkets, Gas stations, Entertainment a Health fitness joints and Hospitals

Family Fun

  • Abundant green landscaped Lawns
  • Walking distance to the beautiful, clean, white sandy Serena Beaches
  • Olympic size Swimming pool
  • Restaurant and bar facilities
  • Wifi and Tv
  • Children playgrounds.


  • Team building
  • Swimming
  • Volley Ball
  • Meetings/ Conferences
  • Pure Leisure
  • Close to the Popular Nyali, Mtwapa and Shanzu shopping centres for
    • Churches, mosques
    • Cyber café
    • Entertainment Hot Spots


  • Beautiful gardens, abundant green landscaped Lawns
  • Restaurant
  • Olympic size Swimming pool
  • Wifi and Tv
  • Restaurant and bar facilities
  • Conference Facilities


Explore mombasa’s old town and as well taste swahili dishes

Old Town is an area of Mombasa, Kenya. Situated on the south-east side of Mombasa Island, the Old Town covers an area of 72 hectares (180 acres), and is inhabited by a mix of local, Arab, Asian, Portuguese and British settlers.

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Visit Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus is a Portuguese fort located on Mombasa Island. It was built between 1593 and 1596, by order of King Philip I of Portugal, to guard the Old Port of Mombasa, Kenya. It was built in the shape of a man (viewed from the air), and was given the name of Jesus.

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Enjoy nature at its peak at haller park

Haller Park is a nature park in Bamburi, Mombasa, on the Kenyan coast. It is the transformation of a quarry wasteland into an ecological area. Haller Park holds a variety of plant and animal species which serve as a recreation spot for tourists and locals.

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Nguuni nature sanctuary adventures

The amazing sanctuary is the home to many species. Including Giraffes, elands, oryx, waterbucks, ostriches and many species of birds have made Nguuni their home

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Mamba village

See the largest crocodiles in Africa Mamba Village is situated in Nyali area of Mombasa, Kenya. East Africa’s largest crocodile farm, Mamba village has never failed to impress.

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Head to Go Carts!

Mombasa Go-Kart offers go-karting for adults and children and for private and corporate groups.

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Photograph the Mombasa tusks & take a stroll in the nearby park

“Pembe Mbili” are one of the island town’s best known landmarks.

They were erected to commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s visit to Mombasa in 1952. Ivory symbolised luxury and an exquisite commodity at the time.

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Mama Ngina Drive

Spend an afternoon at mama ngina drive facing Mombasa harbour. Due to its closeness to the ocean, Mama Ngina Drive is the only public recreational facility where the usual sweating and discomfort has been eliminated by the fresh breeze from the sea. To ensure the park retains its traditional Coastal nature, a few selected hawkers sell

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Tudor Water Sports

Go for a boat ride at tudor water-sports and restaurant

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Pirates Beach

Relax on pirates beach and enjoy fresh seafood

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Nyali Cinemax

Why not go see a movie or go shopping

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See Marikiti Market

With its archaic walls and iron-rail windows, the finishing and outside look was done to make it stand out in a location that had Swahili form of finishing in most homes. A mast inside the building has a plaque that traces much of the building materials from Bristol, in the United Kingdom.

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Mombasa marine national park

The park is 10 km² (2,500 acres) while the reserve is 200 km². It is located on the coast near tourist areas and is a popular beach because of the snorkelling and diving

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How about Tsavo?

Tsavo and Mwaluganje natural reserves are only a day visit away!

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