Nyali Beach Mombasa
Nyali beach is the closest beach to Mombasa town on the north coast of Kenya. The night life in Nyali gets quiet busy over the weekends what attracts especially the young generation for beach holidays to Mombasa. The shoreline of Nyali beach in Mombasa is very similar to all beaches in Kenya, with white sand and the turquoise water of Indian Ocean.
Nyali beach is paradise like destination on the north coast of Kenya and boosts many restaurants, nightclubs, shops and accommodation
Restaurants and casinos
There are also good restaurants in Nyali beach and you can taste African, Indian and International cousins including of excellent seafood. Some the best are Thalassa Restaurant & Lounge offering breathtaking sea view and a wide selection seafood, steaks or pizza, or famous Tamarind Dhow, where you can dine and sail along the coast of Mombasa. Very good is also Sands at Nomad beach bar in Mombasa, Chinese galaxy restaurant or Hunters Steak House located in the Mkomani district of Nyali. If you fancy Japanese cuisine, even this you find in Mombasa! Misono restaurant lies in the Nyali beach area and offers authentic Japanese cuisine.
Perhaps you could try your luck in Nyali beach casino or visit some of the night clubs. Try Golden Key Casino next to Tamarind with free entrance and drinks. Visit Tembo disco for never ending night life.
Nyali beach in Mombasa offer many safaris and watersports. Find out what are the best things to do on your holiday in the north coast.
During the hot days in Nyali beach, you can hire windsurfing or kitesurfing gear, learn to dive or just snorkel along the reef and rent pedalos, take a camel ride along the coast or visit the amazing Mombasa Marine Park. Mombasa is excellent for fishing and many tours for big game fishing or deep sea fishing are available as well. A day trip to Diani, Shimoni or Wasini on the south coast can be organized as well.
The history of Nyali beach and Mombasa in general is marked by the thousands of years which have passed through the country and its coast. The language, architecture and religion on the coast of Mombasa have been shaped by Africans, Persians, Arabs, Turks, Indians, Portuguese and the British. Learn more about the history of Mombasa and visit the old town and Fort Jesus built by the Portuguese in 1593.
If you are looking for a great holiday destination in magical Africa, Nyali beach in Mombasa is the best place to go!