Activities and daytrips
Kenya awaits you! Explore the easy way by booking Kenya tours with Kenyan Traveltours. We have a broad selection of things to do in Kenya for you to browse through and learn about all the most popular tourist attractions. Whether you travel to Kenya in the spring, summer, fall or winter; Kenyan Traveltours makes it simple to find endless Kenya vacation ideas for any season. Karibu! (Welcome)
* Wasini Island, dolphin tour 1 day
Wasini Island. Exellent day out since 1980, your dream to real tour of Kenya coast friendly dolphin is turning true.Sail the Arabian style Wasini Dolphin Tour Dhows across Shimoni. Wasini Channel cruising the Wasini Coral Island archipelago near to Zanzibar and Tanzania. Swim the Indian ocean crystal clear waters at Kisite Island. Can be lucky to see seasonal whale sharks mostly during the wet season. Read more...
* Mombasa citytour, 1 day
Mombasa is the second-largest city in Kenya, with a population of about 1.2 million.
A regional cultural and economic hub, Mombasa has a large port and an international airport, and is an important regional tourism centre. Located on the east coast of Kenya, in Mombasa County and the former Coast Province, Mombasa's bordering the Indian Ocean made it a historical trading centre, and it has been controlled by many countries because of its strategic location. Read more...
* Creek Experience, BBQ at Coba Cabana, 1 day
The little beach is popular with locals at weekends and kids in the late afternoons, when they play football on the beach and swim in the estuary of the creek.
Always we organize this trip to 'Creek Experience' and have a BBQ-lunch. Read more...
* Tamarind Dhow Tour
Tamarind Dhows "Nawalilkher" and “Babulkher” are authentic ocean going jahazis (traditional Arab sailing boats), formerly used for cargo trading along the Kenyan Coast and to the Arab States. The Dhows have been completely refurbished as floating restaurants, without losing any of the traditional aspects of the original Dhow.
* Orphanage tour
An orphanage is a residential institution devoted to the care of orphans – children whose biological parents are deceased or otherwise unable or unwilling to care for them. Biological parents, and sometimes biological grandparents, are legally responsible for supporting children, but in the absence of these or other relatives willing to care for the children, they become a ward of the state, and orphanages are one way of providing for their care, housing and education. Read more...