10 Activities to Keep the Kids Entertained in Mombasa

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Kid Friendly Attractions in Mombasa

Mombasa features a wide range of kid-friendly attractions and fun-filled family experiences. From playgrounds to parks, your little ones can get entertained and indulge in numerous adventures that will give them unforgettable memories. Here’s a list of some of the best kid-friendly attractions in Mombasa.

1. Haller Park

Haller Park was once known as Bamburi Nature Trail, a stop-over for animal lovers with an avenue for kids to embrace nature and run wild. The park is home to wildlife such as hippos, waterbucks, zebras, Cape buffalo, and giraffes. The ecosystem is flourishing and it’s a great place for kids to get up close and personal with more than 160 bird species that include the storks, pelicans, cranes and weaver birds. There are cycling and walking paths through the Casuarina Forest. Haller Park has crocodile pens, palm garden, butterfly pavilion, and a reptile park as attractions while giraffe feeding is a highlight in the park. 



2. The Mamba Village

The Mamba Village Centre is the largest crocodile farm in Nyali, where kids can learn about the lifestyle of crocodiles. Watching crocodiles struggle for meals during feeding time is a major attraction in the village. Kids can enjoy camel and horseback rides in the village, or even explore the botanical garden and the tropical marine aquarium in the village.


The Mamba Village

3. Diani Beach

Diani Beach is a popular spot for a family day out. Parents can spend quality time bonding with their kids while playing on the beach. The beach is an absolutely beautiful beach with crystal-clear waters for kids to swim in. Mombasa has many beaches for families to explore and enjoy such as Kiwi, Galu, Nyali, Watamu, and Malindi Beaches.


Diani beach

If you keen to catch some rays in Mombasa, also check out: 10 Tropical Beaches you have to Visit in Mombasa

4. Nguuni Nature Sanctuary

Away from the bustling life of Mombasa, you can take your kids to the Nguuni Nature Sanctuary, situated along the Nguu Tatu Hills. The sanctuary is home to Oryx, antelope, ostrich, elands, and giraffes. It is an ideal spot to watch birds and also indulge in several outdoor activities.


Nguuni Nature Sanctuary

5. Mombasa Butterfly House

Who doesn't love butterflies? The Mombasa Butterfly House is a blissful attraction site to visit with the kids. It is located in the premises of Fort Jesus. The house is a Live Butterfly Exhibit with a huge number of tropical butterflies to view. Parents can enjoy a picnic with their kids here and even indulge in some fun activities such as bird watching or spotting.


Mombasa Butterfly House

6. Aqua Park

Kids will definitely have fun at Pride Inn Aqua Park. The water park features a central water playground with pool areas for kids and several attractions. Kids can play with the water cannons, try out the multi-levels of slippery slides, or even climb frames and a giant. The Aqua Park is an ideal place for families to spend quality time together and have fun.


Aqua Park

7. Mombasa Go-Kart

If you are thinking of a lively place to take your kids for family-day out, Mombasa Go-Kart is a great place to visit. Kids are allowed to drive the go-karts under the supervision of a speed governor. They can also shoot with the paintball guns and have some fun. There is a family-friendly restaurant for visitors to enjoy snacks and computer games. You’ll also find a spacious playground for kids with a lot of things to see and do in the garden.

8. Wild Waters Park

Wild Waters is an amazing kid-friendly attraction for a range of water adventures in Mombasa. Kids can enjoy a variety of activities such as water slides and rides, rain dance, air and bumpers rides, and even swim in the pools. The food courts on-site serve a range of foods and drinks.


Wild Waters Park

9. Mombasa Marine Park

Give your kids the opportunity to get up close and personal with the aquatic life at Mombasa Marine Park. There are crabs, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, jellyfish and a wide range of coral species that the kids would be excited to see. Even if your kids are not ready to get wet, they can stay in the glass-bottom boat and watch the underwater world from there.

10. Mama Ngina Drive

Mama Ngina Drive is a popular recreation area in Mombasa, featuring a wide range of kid-friendly activities. From face-painting to bouncing castles, roller skating to horseback riding, there are several fun activities for kids. It’s a great spot for a family picnic under the tree while enjoying the cool breeze from the ocean. The buzz of activities cannot be complete without a taste of the legendary street local foods available in the park.

Make Some Memories With the Little Ones

Save or bookmark this list and refer to it when you stuck for things to do, school holidays are coming up soon so you will definitely need some ideas to keep the kids from boredom.

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