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Discover Africa off the beaten track: local people in their traditional settlements, palm and mango forests; fantastic views on Creeks and Mombasa North Coast. Bike the Coast offers different half day bush-tours on safe unpaved roads. With the...more
We booked the half day tour only one day in advance and got direct confirmation. We were a group of two which was no problem. The two guides were very kind and helpful in every sense. They completely adjust to your speed and condition. It...More
You wanted a tour very easy with the maximum things to see!
It was a very nice tour we meet a lot of people in the villages we see mangroves, creeks forests... and all that in half day. I recommande warmly bike the coast!
If you want to get a different perspective, one that might knock you out of the skies I can highly suggest to jump on a bike and join this tour! The bikes provided are very well maintained and wearing a helmet is not only reasonable,...More
I have been lazy and putting writing this review off for way too long! I had this tour back in April. I had half day free and went on this tour. The view was amazing as we went through villages and little schools here and...More
Eveeyone at bike the coast was so helpful and nice!the tour itself is a nice e aride around the country side through small villages you would not get to see otherwiae. Truly a look into people's livea.
I Decided to do the bike tour at...More
We had a great time on this bike tour and would highly recommend it if you’re in Mombasa.
The starting point is fairly easy to get to with Uber operating to and from the start point, about half an hour away from Mombasa City centre....More
The bike tour gives you an opportunity to blend into the local live for a bit and see the beautiful Kenyan nature from the unpaved trails of the residents. Even in the dry season, the route can be quite challenging (not only physically, but also...More