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Nguuni Nature Sanctuary: A Tranquil Oasis in Kenya's Wilderness

✈️ Airports: Moi International Airport ( this is the closest one), Ukunda Airport, Manda Airport in Lamu and Malindi airport

Train:Madaraka Express train Departs both Mombasa and Nairobi Termini simultaneously at 8:00 am every day. This service entails scheduled stops at Mariakani, Miasenyi, Voi, Mtito Andei, Kibwezi, Emali, and Athi River stations. You will need to organize for transport from the train station to Mombasa Old Town before travel or on arrival. There is plenty of options readily available at the station 

 Local Transport;  Public service vehicle (psv) motorbikes which you can access on Bolt and uber apps, We also have tuktuks,taxis and Psv vans(Matatu)

💵 Currency: Kenyan Shillings (Kes)

Weather; Warm and Tropical

🗣️ Language: English and Swahili are the national languages

⏰ Time Zone: East Africa Time (GMT+3)

Mpesa mobile money: This is the main payment mode in Kenya everyone and every business uses it. Payment for government services requires this too

💳 Credit Cards & ATMs: In Nairobi, many establishments, including shops, restaurants, and hotels, accept credit cards. However, it’s always a good idea to carry some cash with you, as is the case in many other destinations. These ATMs can be easily found at banks, airports, streets, and shopping centers throughout the city.

🔌 Electricity Socket: Kenya associated plug type is G, which is the plug that has three rectangular pins in a triangular pattern. Kenya operates on a 240V supply voltage and 50Hz.


But the fun doesn’t stop there – Nguuni Nature Sanctuary is also home to a diverse array of wildlife, from majestic zebras to playful antelopes and cheeky monkeys. Grab your camera and embark on a guided safari tour through the sanctuary, where you’ll have the chance to spot these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat and learn all about the delicate balance of life in the wild.

And hey, did we mention the views? With panoramic vistas stretching as far as the eye can see, Nguuni Nature Sanctuary offers some of the most stunning scenery in all of Mombasa. Whether you’re picnicking on a hilltop overlooking the savannah or strolling through meadows dotted with wildflowers, every moment spent in this idyllic paradise is guaranteed to take your breath away.

But perhaps the best part about Nguuni Nature Sanctuary is its commitment to conservation and eco-tourism. By visiting the sanctuary, you’re not only supporting efforts to protect and preserve Kenya’s natural heritage but also contributing to the local community and economy.

So whether you’re seeking adventure, relaxation, or simply a chance to reconnect with nature, Nguuni Nature Sanctuary has something for everyone. So pack your sense of wonder, lace up your hiking boots, and get ready to embark on the safari of a lifetime in beautiful Mombasa!