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Edward5
09-22-21, 04:44
Onyx82: In your post you mentioned that you decided on Kenya instead of Rio. I am also trying to decide between the two countries and really change my mind often.

Brazil seems to offer much more diversity in girls, you can have white, black, Spanish, and since prostitution is legal it seems to be overall an easy place to find girls and choose what you like best.

Kenya will not have the diversity in girls and worse housing and apartments.

I am wondering why exactly have you decided on Kenya over Rio?

Tinte
09-22-21, 12:21
Hi Onyx82.

If you read the forum it should bee clear that Brasil and Kenia are two pair of shoes- you might like both of them. Live goes nice on you just have to fit in, good luck.

Edward5
09-23-21, 21:27
From what I can determine it seems you need some pickup skills in Kenya. I guess most of the guys who hit up Kenya and take the risk of going to the country have some skills when it comes to picking up girls.

What I think is if you are the typical Thailand monger, the fat old guys that I see walking around, you probably will find it difficult to pick up anything in Kenya.

If you are however younger, 30's and 40's, decent looks, have some balls just to go down to Kenya and take the risk in a dangerous country like that, you will probably have not that many issues picking up girls. Most of the pictures posted here of Kenya, where the guy is in it, shows the guys with decent bodies and looks, also younger.

Even in the Nairobi thread, someone just posted he has no luck with Tinder and is having a hard time getting laid, someone quickly told him that he needs to go out and pick girls up.

So I'm wondering if it is like this, if you have no game, fat and ugly, old, no confidence, then go to Brazil where you just pay a prostitute.

If you got some game, don't mind talking to strangers, have confidence, then you will do OK in Kenya.

Since I'm crazy enough to actually go to Kenya to try and get laid, For me it will be an adventure to go to Kenya, but I'm in my 40's, I'm not that bad looking, maybe too skinny. The whole risk of the thing is what draws me, it is downright scary when I think about actually traveling there alone. But the risk taking is what will make me actually try and pick girls up.

Mombie75
09-24-21, 16:50
Not quite Edward.

This is how it works, Kenya is not complicated.

If you want to get a non pro then it will matter on your age and looks, occasionally it will with a semi pro depending on what bills she has coming.

No matter how you look, if you go to the likes of Black Diamond in Nbi or Cheers in Msa then money dictates, you will have no probs.

Leblon
09-25-21, 03:09
From what I can determine it seems you need some pickup skills in Kenya. I guess most of the guys who hit up Kenya and take the risk of going to the country have some skills when it comes to picking up girls.

What I think is if you are the typical Thailand monger, the fat old guys that I see walking around, you probably will find it difficult to pick up anything in Kenya.

If you are however younger, 30's and 40's, decent looks, have some balls just to go down to Kenya and take the risk in a dangerous country like that, you will probably have not that many issues picking up girls. Most of the pictures posted here of Kenya, where the guy is in it, shows the guys with decent bodies and looks, also younger.

Even in the Nairobi thread, someone just posted he has no luck with Tinder and is having a hard time getting laid, someone quickly told him that he needs to go out and pick girls up.

So I'm wondering if it is like this, if you have no game, fat and ugly, old, no confidence, then go to Brazil where you just pay a prostitute.

If you got some game, don't mind talking to strangers, have confidence, then you will do OK in Kenya.

Since I'm crazy enough to actually go to Kenya to try and get laid, For me it will be an adventure to go to Kenya, but I'm in my 40's, I'm not that bad looking, maybe too skinny. The whole risk of the thing is what draws me, it is downright scary when I think about actually traveling there alone. But the risk taking is what will make me actually try and pick girls up.Rio especially and South America in general are more dangerous than East African countries, in my humble opinion. Opinions may differ. Where did you invent this that Kenya is dangerous and you are big hero for traveling there?

Being slim is an advantage for some girls, but many girls like if guy is fat, same way that African men like fat girls. I have heard that if some girl grow up to be very skinny people say that this girl is for musungus, which is often true, for example I like slim girls.

Also musungu being old is not a problem for many (most?) girls in Kenya.

Brazil and Rio are boring place to go at the moment, that is what I have heard from people travelling there recently, from people who have been also in Mombasa area first very recently. They said that Mombasa is much better. Again, opinions may differ.

In Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda people speak English, in Rio you need to find a seasoned girl to speak English. Or well educated, but that is another story. Even before covid Rio was quite boring place for mongering, good times ended when that idiot governor closed discoteca Help, many years ago. He is still rotten in prison for corruption.

But what is true, if you want variety, Brazil really have it. Only thing missing are Asian girls. Dubai has it all, but I don't know what is situation there now. In East Africa it is black girls only (which I prefer).

Last, I always say that everybody should visit Rio once in their lifetime, because it is most beautiful city in the world (Cape Town second).

Amadeuss
09-25-21, 23:33
What I think is if you are the typical Thailand monger, the fat old guys that I see walking around, you probably will find it difficult to pick up anything in Kenya..With a happy attitude and able to communicate with the ladies in a way they enjoy plus dressed in a way the lady will be proud to walk out with a gentleman -- you not have a problem with your looks or age.

As young guy, macho attitude, smelling like garbage. You won't score however.

Onyx82
09-26-21, 17:30
Onyx82: In your post you mentioned that you decided on Kenya instead of Rio. I am also trying to decide between the two countries and really change my mind often.

Brazil seems to offer much more diversity in girls, you can have white, black, Spanish, and since prostitution is legal it seems to be overall an easy place to find girls and choose what you like best.

Kenya will not have the diversity in girls and worse housing and apartments.

I am wondering why exactly have you decided on Kenya over Rio?Hi,

Sorry about the late reply have had much at work so haven't logged in.

I decided for Kenya over Rio for several reasons:

1. Covid rules in Rio (from what I read they enforced some vaccine passport rules).

2. I've always been interested in trying a black woman (at least last couple of years the urge has grown more and more).

3. They are good at English.

Only downside I've seen to find is that they don't seem to do anal as much as the Brazil girls, sure I prefer pussy but I like the option.

So I just chose Kenya, booked up some shit and applied for my holiday time for 7 w or so in Kenya.

My boss just laughed. Because I always apply a long time before, so it's easy for him to plan it.

Run Marathon
09-27-21, 07:53
Thank you for Info about Diani and covid. Helpful.

Oiste
09-28-21, 11:27
I want to ask a question about the sea as I spend half of my day in the sun. Would it be a happy choice if I decided to stay in Mtwapa? I tried to search but the organized beaches (with umbrella and sun bed) and don't seem so beautiful to me, maybe is just my impression. I say this because Mtwapa intrigues me and I would also have found a good accommodation at Merryvilla for 50000 for a studio, but from there I have absolutely no idea of the distances to reach a beach with little expense. Of white sand equipped. Thank you and good day for yours help.

Leblon
09-28-21, 19:08
I want to ask a question about the sea as I spend half of my day in the sun. Would it be a happy choice if I decided to stay in Mtwapa? I tried to search but the organized beaches (with umbrella and sun bed) and don't seem so beautiful to me, maybe is just my impression. I say this because Mtwapa intrigues me and I would also have found a good accommodation at Merryvilla for 50000 for a studio, but from there I have absolutely no idea of the distances to reach a beach with little expense. Of white sand equipped. Thank you and good day for yours help.Serena beach, or those beaches near Serena beach hotel. It is cheap and fast to go there by motobike taxi. Or it is nearest nice beach at least. There is Copacabana beach in Mwtapa but it is not for sunbathing, people go to drink and eat fish.

Mombie75
09-28-21, 21:41
Oiste.

As below Serena would be an option.

Or, you could stay on Bamburi beach at Indiana, Sai rock, or Kahama.

I would stay Mtwapa end myself but as I like the beach it is too much hassle going to and from it everyday.

Zimzam
09-29-21, 05:43
It is true that while staying in Mtwapa there is not a beach really nearby.

If you like swimming and I mean really swimming some distance you depend very much on the tide. Basically on many places you can only swim at high tide.

At high tide you can swim at Big Tree, or at Continental in Shanzu, which is nearest to Mtwapa, where you have to spend at least 600 ksh and in fact everywhere at Bamburi and Nyali beaches.

Even at Cobacabana beach you can swim, especially at the Southern end at the Crab's Den, a very remarkable beach bar, dug out from the rocks.

Unfortunately the water at other parts of Cobacabana beach can be quite dirty, as there is a lot of seaweed, mixed with waste from the crowd floating in the water.

In fact the only place where you can always swim is at the Northern side of Cobacabana beach, near the Beach Bar in Maweni, which is unfortunately still closed now. As this place is the mouth of the Mtwapa Creek you will always find water that is deep enough with easy access from a sandy beach.

If you really like to visit some fine and quiet, pristine beaches you can go to Kikambala, a few kilometres North of Mtwapa, where you can find some unspoilt beaches and even a place for snorkeling.

And they will grill freshly caught fish for you on the beach.

I say unspoilt for now, as big money is busy grabbing land there and building more large & luxury resorts now, leaving not much room for the common man.

Amadeuss
09-29-21, 07:46
....I tried to search but the organized beaches (with umbrella and sun bed) and don't seem so beautiful to me.Those maintained public beaches you won't find there. Some beaches you can go for a swim, as you can read in the posts before. But to laze for a day?

If you keen on that, only option is to book one of the luxury hotels with their own garden facing the beach. There you have a deckchair, umbrella, pool and service. But: they will charge horrible "joiner"-fees for your ladies.

NemanLion
09-29-21, 21:44
Got 5 days in Mombasa next week.

Easiest way to get good girls to hotel?

Any decent websites / apps?

Or even contacts to share??

Will update after my visit.

Radical Guy
09-29-21, 23:58
Got 5 days in Mombasa next week.

Easiest way to get good girls to hotel?

Any decent websites / apps?

Or even contacts to share??

Will update after my visit.I settled on a beautiful 22-year-old hottie about 2 weeks before my trip. We met on Tinder, and communicated / video called for a couple of weeks. I reserved a room for two at the Sarova Whitesands resort, and had no difficulty bringing my lady. We had an awesome time!

Growtek
09-30-21, 14:35
With a happy attitude and able to communicate with the ladies in a way they enjoy plus dressed in a way the lady will be proud to walk out with a gentleman -- you not have a problem with your looks or age.

As young guy, macho attitude, smelling like garbage. You won't score however.


I've had freebies. They're usually not free. I'd rather have an upfront no bullshit experience. As Bukowski once said "You don't pay them to stay, you pay them to leave".

The best mongering trip to Thailand was at the age of 57, a couple of years ago. I am slightly overweight and dress casual professional. I speak Thai, and can sing a few songs in the language. But I've been able to do that for decades and still my younger experiences were not as stellar as this trip. The environment, the fun I had and I didn't pay through the nose. It didn't hurt I was staying at a very nice hotel (Marriot) and had a beautiful city view we could relax and enjoy. I feel a lot of it was due to my fun attitude and quiet confidence in myself at this stage in life.

Can't wait for my upcoming trip to Nairobi and Mombasa!

Oiste
10-01-21, 14:15
I want to ask a question about the sea as I spend half of my day in the sun. Would it be a happy choice if I decided to stay in Mtwapa? I tried to search but the organized beaches (with umbrella and sun bed) and don't seem so beautiful to me, maybe is just my impression. I say this because Mtwapa intrigues me and I would also have found a good accommodation at Merryvilla for 50000 for a studio, but from there I have absolutely no idea of the distances to reach a beach with little expense. Of white sand equipped. Thank you and good day for yours help.Thanks for all the responses I have received.

I think the best choice would be to stay at the Big Tree for ten days and then, if I am not satisfied, I would move to Diani Beach. Big Tree is a strategic point but I would like to know what I could find once I leave the resort. I mean ethnic restaurants closed to there, shops, and places to take a walk without getting killed. I repeat that I don't like nightlife and that I spend half of the day on the beach. Maybe it would be better to go directly to Diani? The rule is true that you have to read the whole forum but now the information in my head is too much!

Leblon
10-04-21, 20:58
Thanks for all the responses I have received.

I think the best choice would be to stay at the Big Tree for ten days and then, if I am not satisfied, I would move to Diani Beach. Big Tree is a strategic point but I would like to know what I could find once I leave the resort. I mean ethnic restaurants closed to there, shops, and places to take a walk without getting killed. I repeat that I don't like nightlife and that I spend half of the day on the beach. Maybe it would be better to go directly to Diani? The rule is true that you have to read the whole forum but now the information in my head is too much!You can walk on the beach, that is what everybody do, safe as long as there is light. You can walk on the roads, but there is too much traffic. Traffic can actually kill you, that is biggest danger. On the beach you can find restaurants, or you can go to Nyali shopping center. Ethnic food, I don't know. Relatively Near Big Tree there is very popular beach restaurant, forgot the name. For shopping, same Nyali shopping centers. For everything basic, there is gasoline station very near, safe walking, in the same complex as Cheers. You get all the basic stuff from that gasoline station shop, water, beer, bread, etc.

Mombie75
10-05-21, 12:07
Oiste,

What is Big Tree going to charge you per night? It is a basic place and there is much better value around if yiu give your budget I can advise.

Day time you can go anywhere it is safe, as below the biggest danger is traffic. Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.

I am headed to Mombasa next week for 3 weeks and will be there in Dec for 3 weeks.

MastermindF
10-05-21, 21:43
Oiste,

What is Big Tree going to charge you per night? It is a basic place and there is much better value around if yiu give your budget I can advise.

Day time you can go anywhere it is safe, as below the biggest danger is traffic. Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.

I am headed to Mombasa next week for 3 weeks and will be there in Dec for 3 weeks.Please advise! Last year I was staying in Bamburi cowrie shell hotel quite good but far from everything. When I was there I visited Big tree, Indiana and ziwa beach hotel but very basic / dirty hotels. May be I'll go back next winter but would like to find a decent room not too far from everywhere. Any advise?

Leblon
10-05-21, 23:28
Normally I always go to Big Tree, when I go to Mombasa. Lately Mwtapa, because there are some places that stay open whole night.

Bad things about Big Tree:

-no mosquitos nets, because architecture of the hut don't allow it. Well in hotels that I have visited in Diani and Mwtapa, there has been mosquito nets, but full of holes from smokers or too small, so no difference. That is what you get when going only cheap hotels.

-water from shower is salty, but that is same in many places in coast, including Mwtapa. Nowadays some rooms have hot water, but not all.

-no air conditioner, just a ventilator. Same like in many cheap hotels. Breeze from sea helps, sometimes it is even cold.

Good things:

-this is a place where girls come to hunt musungu customers. Many white people from Mwtapa and around come to Big Tree for sun bathing, especially on Wednesdays when there is pizza offer. So you can conveniently take a girl from there directly to your room. Sometimes it is silent, sometimes more girls. When the sun goes down everybody leave.

-Cheers is on a walking distance. This is more popular place for girls to look for customers, and this is busy until curfew time. And you can buy most of the stuff from gasoline station 24 hours.

-Big Tree in on the beach, and it is cheap, compared to most of the hotels on the beach. I like the atmosphere there, in the evening / night it is nice to sit with a girl under the palm trees. I like also hotel staff there.

It would be interesting to know what are daily rates there right now.

Zimzam
10-06-21, 04:54
Mombasa is not the place for great food really. I find cafeserie the best but its not as cheap. Plenty local cafes if you rough it a bit but tasty Biriyani etc can be had, good chicken in a few places too.

There is a new place called Char Choma, just next to White Sands and on walking distance (also over the beach) from Big Tree.

As for now they don't have a signboard yet along the main road.

It is a large restaurant with a wide variety of food, especially all kind of meats, which you choose when you enter. Very clean and well organized, reasonably priced.

And yes, they serve a good cappuccino too.

It is a hotel also, but I don't know their rates.

Otherwise the Safari Inn in Shanzu serves good food at reasonable prices.

CrazyMan
10-06-21, 09:40
It would be interesting to know what are daily rates there right now.Voila:

https://www.thenewbigtreebeachresort.com/the-rooms

Mombie75
10-06-21, 21:12
Big Tree rooms have been updated on that site and look good value if you are on a budget.

Indiana, there the beach side rooms and the car park side rooms. The trick is to check several rooms and pick the best one. It is secure, GF, good location, nice breakfast but the same everyday, a great massage just outside as well, a gym for a work out, good WIFI. A friend of mine can get b&b beach side rooms for 3500 ks. There bungalows at the front but I've never checked them.

Sai Rock, was my go to place, I got a super low rate for the last 15 yrs on the apartments but the manager has gone now who gave me it and the rate with him sadly. Large bedroom, kitchen, living room, hot water, (starting to look tired now), air con, secure, GF friendly, very good location with cheers and big tree 30 secs away, gym, nice pool. WIFI hit and miss. I know the new boss so I'm sure I can still get a good rate. , they advertise at 6 k but I know I can get less.

Kahama I used to take the 2 bedroom apartment on top with a friend for 10 k a night, was good but I travel alone now so that's out. Nice place, good WIFI, GF, good location.

A side note I found Indiana the quietest at night as Sai you can hear Cheers and Kahama has its own bar going.

There is a good Airbnb in Bamburi apartments similar to Cowrie but these two places are over priced / not good value.

Mombie75
10-14-21, 19:11
Landed in Nairobi couple of nights back and now in Mombasa.

First day here I unpack and then head off to the supermarket to stock up on water, soda, some food, pack of blobs.

About a year back I spotted a cute and horny looking thing on a friends fb so I dropped her a message and we started to whatsapp a few weeks before I was coming here. She asked me to bring her a camera, wtf she wants that for I don't know, where do you buy a camera these days with phones having them. Anyways I said if I bring you a camera what do I get in return, her answer was I will suck your cock and lick your balls.

So, She finishes work and it is 7 pm and arrives at my apartment around 8 pm, we have an hour then she has to be on her way to beat curfew. We sit on the couch and I catch her eyeing me up and down several times with a lingering look at the dick area.

I ask how much for this, she says 3 k, I reply with you can have 2 k and some fare home. No sooner had I got the words out she pulled down my shorts and started to suck me off and lick my balls. Camera, She has forgot that request, just well as I don't have one. After a few minutes we head off to the shower, when you soap these African girls up with their smooth skin it is super erotic. Then to the bed for 10 minutes of good cock sucking, deepthroating, and ball licking and then the pounding begins in missionary.

She was a sexy horny little fucker this one, 5 ft1 with African proportions. I then get her on top, she rides like fuck and cums twice over 10 minutes with some nice groans and twists, I am just laying back thinking it is not a bad day 1 as I see this perfect body going at it. I then lay her flat on her stomach and get in from behind and think I will hit this until I shoot my load, she is bucking back and squeezing her pussy on me and after 4-5 minutes I shoot. We lay for a couple of minutes to recover and then as she gets up for a shower she is on wobbly legs. Job done.

2 k, 200 bob for motorbike, end of day 1. She will get a repeat. She added she is bisexual and has a couple of playmates, I said that is good as I am buy sexual as well up to 2000 ks. I am not really bothered about a 3 some as I like to put my energy into one but always fancied a double BJ. Will likely do it by the end of my trip.

Day 2 now, mainly rest and refresh after travelling.

Day 3 I will invite a strong Luo I know from Bamburi over for a pounding.

Asante sana, kesho.

ChocolateHuntr
10-15-21, 15:04
Was in Casaurina and the DJ announced they will resume the Sunday ladies dance (twerking) competition this Sunday, 17 October. A pleasant surprise considering it's been months without their hugely popular event.

Current weekly twerking lineup:

- Casaurina in Mtwapa Sunday

- Hypnotica in Nyali Center Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday

- Club Legend in Mtwapa Wednesday

- Standard Grill in Mtwapa Wednesday

These competitions bring nice crowds, and provide some entertainment to distract from Kenya's ongoing 10pm curfew

Spaced69
10-16-21, 18:09
Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

Best / safest place to go.

Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

Any other advice greatly appreciated.

Neddy69
10-17-21, 15:27
Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

Best / safest place to go.

Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

Any other advice greatly appreciated.First of all. Before you ask any more questions. Read the last 500 to 1000 posts in the Mombasa forum. Or if you like more condensed Infos. Use the search function go through all my posts in the Mombasa Forum working backwards. In addition check out Mombie75, Zimzam and Leblon posts. After you have done that, 99% of your questions will be answered. For the remainder of the 1% you can use trip advisor. I'd start with Kenya assuming you have never been to subsaharan Africa. Mombasa is the place. Start by marking all the places you read about in Google maps so you get an idea of area. That's how I started. 1000 $ a month gives you food, board and pussy as much as you'll ever get.

You shall cry upon departure. By far the best therapy money can buy.
To get you in the right mood watch following educational video. That was filmed on Mtwapa River.

https://youtu.be/aZiNxJ9rLX0

Neddy.

Mwalimu.

Mombie75
10-17-21, 18:54
Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

Best / safest place to go.

Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

Any other advice greatly appreciated.Whats your nightly budget for accom?

Pussy you can pay $10 upwards, I pay $20 as its cheap and fair. You go too cheap it is more likely to bring a problem.

It is all safe in daylight at night be more careful. Uber or bolt is cheap.

Dg8787
10-17-21, 21:47
Recently single after a horrific marriage to a visa hunting Jamaican woman. I'm 50 and love my black women. I'm tempted to give Kenya or Ghana a try. I've never ever travelled alone. So a bit concerned.

I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.

Best / safest place to go.

Accom recommendations for 2/3 wks.

Expected rate to pay for pussy or two (yea I'm a cheapskate and also greedy).

Any other advice greatly appreciated.My advise is don't be so cheap and greedy.

Tottem
10-18-21, 13:03
I contacted most All Inclusive hotels on the coast and received this result:

"Hello! Is it possible / allowed to change your companion / guest each night if you book room for 2 people? If it is possible / allowed will there be any extra fees to pay?"

Diani.

Hotel Sonrisa. Yes you can, but please just note that every Guest must be checked-in (registered by the receptionist on duty who must obtain copy of your Guest's ID) everyday, and checked-out before each guests leaves.

If you book double room, there are no extra charges for that.

Lofta Resort Diani. Yes, of course you can.

Diani Star Villa. Yes, of course you can.

Jacaranda Indian Ocean Beach Resort. If you will book a room as double there is no extra charge, but every guest should register at the reception before going to your room.

Searinity Beach Villa. Yes as long as you pay for 2 people during your entire stay with us it is allowed.

The Villa Luxury Suites Hotel. No problem, but registration will be done for security purposes.

Southern Palms Beach Resort. Unfortunately it is not possible.

Baobab Beach Resort & Spa. No.

Leisure Lodge Beach & Golf Resort. It is not allowed to change your companion each night.

Diani Sea Resort / Lodge. You are allowed only one room partner in your booked room for your full stay (When room is booked for 2 pax) Have you already booked with us? We are looking forward to hosting you.

Pinewood Beach Resort and Spa. No answer.

Neptune Village Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive. Unfortunately, below request is not possible (book as a Single).

Leopard Beach Resort and Spa. No answer.

Papillon Lagoon Reef Hotel. No answer.

Swahili Beach Resort Limited. Yes we do allow joiners at an extra cost of $100 / kes. 10,000 per night.

Diani Reef Beach Resort. Please note our as per visitor policy every guests needs to register with the valid identification card and also we charge KES-5000/ per day.

Mombasa / bamburi.

Voyager Beach Resort. No answer.

Plaza Beach Hotel. Greetings from plaza beach, mail well received yes this is possible so long as your partiners will have proper dentification documents and they are adults and this room will be charged double occupancy.

Sun Africa Hotel. There will be no extra additional charge as long as the number of guests in the room remains the same as booked.

English Point Marina. Yes you can change your companion, just that you are required to register them at the reception and give their identification details before going into the room.

CityBlue Creekside Hotel & Suites. We will not charge for changing the person if you have already paid for double occupancy.

PrideInn Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa. Yes it is allowed, They will need to check in at the reception and share their identification card. "Does this apply to all your properties?" - Yes.

Bamburi Beach Hotel. No Sir the companion you book has to stay until you check out.

Sun and Sand Beach Resort. No answer.

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa. This is not allowed.

Bliss Resort. Hello! And thanks for your email. Yes you can change your companion and you pay extra ksh 2000/= per night.

Kenya Bay Hotel. No.

Travellers Beach Hotel & Club. Thanks for your mail. I am sorry this is a family hotel we don't allow that.

Severin Sea Lodge. Am sorry we do not allow change of companion each night it's strictly the companion you book with is the one you stay with.

PimpGreen
10-19-21, 10:57
I contacted most All Inclusive hotels on the coast and received this result:.Plenty of lovely Airbnb's in Mombasa, why even deal with the rigmarole of hotels?

ChocolateHuntr
10-19-21, 15:58
I'm also not super flush with cash, so will be on a budget.Mombasa can be very budget friendly. As Neddy recommended, it's a good idea to read the last few years of this forum to discover more about the Kenyan coast.

Also note "Mombasa" not only includes the proper city-island (locally referred to as Mombasa town) but also the towns to its north and south such as Nyali, Bamburi, Shanzu, Mtwapa, Kikambala, Diani, etc. Each of these places has pluses and minuses (cost, quality of beaches, access to public transport, ladies, nightlife, etc.) so it's up to you to determine which factors are the most important.

Mtwapa is generally recommended if you're here for a few weeks and want safe and affordable fun. Read the forum, and you should have all the answers you need.

Leblon
10-19-21, 18:52
Mombasa can be very budget friendly. As Neddy recommended, it's a good idea to read the last few years of this forum to discover more about the Kenyan coast.

Also note "Mombasa" not only includes the proper city-island (locally referred to as Mombasa town) but also the towns to its north and south such as Nyali, Bamburi, Shanzu, Mtwapa, Kikambala, Diani, etc. Each of these places has pluses and minuses (cost, quality of beaches, access to public transport, ladies, nightlife, etc.) so it's up to you to determine which factors are the most important.

Mtwapa is generally recommended if you're here for a few weeks and want safe and affordable fun. Read the forum, and you should have all the answers you need.There were these very good maps that somebody made. Where have they disappeared? I thought that they were in the Reports of Distinctions folder.

By the way of the hotels, threesomes disappeared from the menu some years ago, now it seems that all of them have only one visitor. Or those hotels that I know of. For that activity apartments are better.

Or maybe that short time hotel opposite of Casourina in Mwtapa, that place was more flexible.

AddisDude
10-19-21, 19:20
I contacted most All Inclusive hotels on the coast and received this result:

"Hello! Is it possible / allowed to change your companion / guest each night if you book room for 2 people? If it is possible / allowed will there be any extra fees to pay?"

Diani.

Hotel Sonrisa. Yes you can, but please just note that every Guest must be checked-in (registered by the receptionist on duty who must obtain copy of your Guest's ID) everyday, and checked-out before each guests leaves.

If you book double room, there are no extra charges for that.

Lofta Resort Diani. Yes, of course you can.

Diani Star Villa. Yes, of course you can.

Jacaranda Indian Ocean Beach Resort. If you will book a room as double there is no extra charge, but every guest should register at the reception before going to your room.

Searinity Beach Villa. Yes as long as you pay for 2 people during your entire stay with us it is allowed.

The Villa Luxury Suites Hotel. No problem, but registration will be done for security purposes.

Southern Palms Beach Resort. Unfortunately it is not possible.

Baobab Beach Resort & Spa. No.

Leisure Lodge Beach & Golf Resort. It is not allowed to change your companion each night.

Diani Sea Resort / Lodge. You are allowed only one room partner in your booked room for your full stay (When room is booked for 2 pax) Have you already booked with us? We are looking forward to hosting you.

Pinewood Beach Resort and Spa. No answer.

Neptune Village Beach Resort & Spa All Inclusive. Unfortunately, below request is not possible (book as a Single).

Leopard Beach Resort and Spa. No answer.

Papillon Lagoon Reef Hotel. No answer.

Swahili Beach Resort Limited. Yes we do allow joiners at an extra cost of $100 / kes. 10,000 per night.

Diani Reef Beach Resort. Please note our as per visitor policy every guests needs to register with the valid identification card and also we charge KES-5000/ per day.

Mombasa / bamburi.

Voyager Beach Resort. No answer.

Plaza Beach Hotel. Greetings from plaza beach, mail well received yes this is possible so long as your partiners will have proper dentification documents and they are adults and this room will be charged double occupancy.

Sun Africa Hotel. There will be no extra additional charge as long as the number of guests in the room remains the same as booked.

English Point Marina. Yes you can change your companion, just that you are required to register them at the reception and give their identification details before going into the room.

CityBlue Creekside Hotel & Suites. We will not charge for changing the person if you have already paid for double occupancy.

PrideInn Flamingo Beach Resort & Spa. Yes it is allowed, They will need to check in at the reception and share their identification card. "Does this apply to all your properties?" - Yes.

Bamburi Beach Hotel. No Sir the companion you book has to stay until you check out.

Sun and Sand Beach Resort. No answer.

Sarova Whitesands Beach Resort & Spa. This is not allowed.

Bliss Resort. Hello! And thanks for your email. Yes you can change your companion and you pay extra ksh 2000/= per night.

Kenya Bay Hotel. No.

Travellers Beach Hotel & Club. Thanks for your mail. I am sorry this is a family hotel we don't allow that.

Severin Sea Lodge. Am sorry we do not allow change of companion each night it's strictly the companion you book with is the one you stay with.Thanks for this detail report, planning on visiting in Mombasa soon.

Spaced69
10-19-21, 20:31
First of all. Before you ask any more questions. Read the last 500 to 1000 posts in the Mombasa forum. Or if you like more condensed Infos. Use the search function go through all my posts in the Mombasa Forum working backwards. In addition check out Mombie75, Zimzam and Leblon posts. After you have done that, 99% of your questions will be answered. For the remainder of the 1% you can use trip advisor. I'd start with Kenya assuming you have never been to subsaharan Africa. Mombasa is the place. Start by marking all the places you read about in Google maps so you get an idea of area. That's how I started. 1000 $ a month gives you food, board and pussy as much as you'll ever get.

You shall cry upon departure. By far the best therapy money can buy.
To get you in the right mood watch following educational video. That was filmed on Mtwapa River..Thanks for the info. I have read back a bit. But obviously we gone from total lockdown to starting to open. I was thinking of staying at big tree in Mtwapa. But now considering Airbnb apartment as drf would want threesomes.

I'm guessing Mtwapa safe enough and more fun. But I do know a cpl young girls who stopping in nyali.

So may head there for a few days.

Was looking at flights. 16 hrs UK to Kenya. Dam. Thought Thailand was a long flight.

But I will keep reading reports here. Hoping to start seeing new recent reports to see if things still affected by covid restrictions.

Thanks to all who replied so far.

ChocolateHuntr
10-20-21, 12:30
Kenya's president just announced that the 10 pm curfew is over. Effective immediately. Let the nationwide celebrations begin.

Leblon
10-20-21, 16:16
Thanks for the info. I have read back a bit. But obviously we gone from total lockdown to starting to open. I was thinking of staying at big tree in Mtwapa. But now considering Airbnb apartment as drf would want threesomes.

I'm guessing Mtwapa safe enough and more fun. But I do know a cpl young girls who stopping in nyali.

So may head there for a few days.

Was looking at flights. 16 hrs UK to Kenya. Dam. Thought Thailand was a long flight.

But I will keep reading reports here. Hoping to start seeing new recent reports to see if things still affected by covid restrictions.

Thanks to all who replied so far.Curfew ended and I am not there. Damnation.

Spaced69, Big Tree hotel is in Bamburi beach, not in Mwtapa. They are quite far from each other actually, Bamburi beach and Mwtapa. Now if curfew is finished I personally would maybe go to some Bamburi beach hotels again.

Somebody who have time could look that excellent map that somebody made and put it to Reports of Distinction. It is very confusing that Diani, Mombasa town, Nyali, Bamburi beach, Bamburi community and Mwtapa are all considered as "Mombasa", although there is some more than 50 kilometers or coast included between Diani and Mwtapa. I remember when I travelled first time travel agent told me that I should visit both North coast and South coast, I did not understand what she was talking about.

Neddy69
10-20-21, 19:54
Kenya's president just announced that the 10 pm curfew is over. Effective immediately. Let the nationwide celebrations begin.Holy moly! Time to party!

Asante Sana Rai's Uhuru! Before he raked in another 2. 3 billion Dollars in Covid Aid. LOL. They probably told him that's the last installment. No reason to keep up the curfew and commit economic suicide.
But now comes the catch. Read the fine print:

https://citizen.digital/news/bars-to-close-by-7pm-despite-curfew-lift-police-n285433

Bars still to close 7pm.... Plus still mask mandate. That means police will still rake in bribes ranging from 1000 to 5000 kes for not wearing mask in public....

Mwalimu.

Himbersaft
10-20-21, 21:29
Holy moly! Time to party!

Asante Sana Rai's Uhuru! Before he raked in another 2. 3 billion Dollars in Covid Aid. LOL. They probably told him that's the last installment. No reason to keep up the curfew and commit economic suicide.
But now comes the catch. Read the fine print:

https://citizen.digital/news/bars-to-close-by-7pm-despite-curfew-lift-police-n285433

Bars still to close 7pm.... Plus still mask mandate. That means police will still rake in bribes ranging from 1000 to 5000 kes for not wearing mask in public....

Mwalimu.Casurina in Mtwapa today open until morning.

ChocolateHuntr
10-21-21, 00:13
Casurina in Mtwapa today open until morning.Can personally confirm this is correct. After visiting Club Legend and Zodiak Lounge last night, I arrived at Casaurina. It was packed with music blasting and ladies everywhere. People were still pouring in as I was leaving at 2 am. It felt like a Saturday (even though it was a Wednesday).

I asked the servers at all 3 places about their closing times. All said the same thing. They will remain open until 4 am-6 am the next day.

While it's true that masks are still required in the streets, this is a small inconvenience. Mtwapa has roared back to life.

After my first ever Kenyan night without a curfew, I can say without a doubt that Kenyans sure know how to party.

Zimzam
10-21-21, 01:21
. Read the fine print:

https://citizen.digital/news/bars-to-close-by-7pm-despite-curfew-lift-police-n285433

Bars still to close 7pm.... Plus still mask mandate. That means police will still rake in bribes ranging from 1000 to 5000 kes for not wearing mask in public....

Mwalimu.https://www.the-star.co.ke/business/kenya/httpswwwthe-starcokebusinesskenya2021-10-20-restaurants-bars-to-resume-normal-operating-hours-cs-balala/

The article says:

Operations in the hospitality industry are back to normal, Tourism and Wildlife CS Najib Balala has said, with the lifting of the nation-wide curfew by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

This means the 7 pm closure time that had been in place for bars, restaurants and night clubs has ended.

So which one is true now?

Of course extracting money from the people has become the core business for the police. For sure they don't want to give up this goldmine.

Zimzam
10-21-21, 06:00
President Uhuru Kenyatta in his Mashujaa Day address to the nation today lifted the 10 pm 4 am curfew, which has been in effect since March 27,2020.

He, however, remained silent on the operating hours of bars and nightclubs.

The Standard reached multiple Government sources for clarification on the operating hours of bars after the President's speech remained silent on the matter.

Spokesperson of the National Police Service Bruno Shioso told The Standard that the lifting of the dusk to dawn curfew essentially means bars and other entertainment joints of a similar kind can operate outside the earlier stipulated time restrictions.

The time limit placed on bar operating hours was because the dusk-to-dawn curfew was in place. Now that that restriction has been lifted, it essentially means bar operating hours revert to pre-curfew times 5 pm to 11 pm on weekdays and 2 pm to 11 pm on weekends, said Shioso.

The police spokesperson, however, said that that was his interpretation of the President's speech, but would seek further direction from my seniors.

The only measures to be observed in bars and hotels are social distancing and wearing of face masks, he said.

Not all bars operate between 2 pm-or-5 pm and 11 pm; there are those that have licenses to operate overnight in their respective regions of operation.

From The Standard newspaper.

https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/national/article/2001426771/police-clarification-on-bar-operating-hours-after-uhuru-lifts-curfew

ChocolateHuntr
10-21-21, 09:56
The police spokesperson, however, said that that was his interpretation of the President's speech, but would seek further direction from my seniors.

The only measures to be observed in bars and hotels are social distancing and wearing of face masks, he said.

Not all bars operate between 2 pm-or-5 pm and 11 pm; there are those that have licenses to operate overnight in their respective regions of operation.

I can't speak for all of Kenya, but Mtwapa is open for business. I talked to my boda-driver friends this morning. They worked all night, said that Casaurina and Naiz were busy until the sun came up.

See my report from last night.

Zimzam
10-21-21, 12:54
I can't speak for all of Kenya, but Mtwapa is open for business. I talked to my boda-driver friends this morning. They worked all night, said that Casaurina and Naiz were busy until the sun came up.

Let's hope it will stay like that.

SceticoBlu
10-22-21, 04:28
Meanwhile your Excellency Health Minister Kagwe announced bars have to remain closed from 11pm. Bar owners might observe it since like mask controll this means potential income for the policemen.

ChocolateHuntr
10-22-21, 06:58
Meanwhile your Excellency Health Minister Kagwe announced bars have to remain closed from 11pm. Bar owners might observe it since like mask controll this means potential income for the policemen.I heard rumors of this yesterday so I asked the workers when I arrived at Casaurina. They told me that they have a license to operate as a nightclub so the 11 pm rule won't affect them. I left around midnight, but one of my girls stayed until 4 am. She said the party was still going strong.

SceticoBlu
10-22-21, 07:17
I heard rumors of this yesterday so I asked the workers when I arrived at Casaurina. They told me that they have a license to operate as a nightclub so the 11 pm rule won't affect them. I left around midnight, but one of my girls stayed until 4 am. She said the party was still going strong.According to the BBC article it includes nightclubs. You can try maybe it works but don't be surprised when the police charges not only the clubowner but also the foreign guests.

Neddy69
10-23-21, 09:49
According to the BBC article it includes nightclubs. You can try maybe it works but don't be surprised when the police charges not only the clubowner but also the foreign guests.Clarification on closing hours from the horses mouth itself.

https://youtu.be/a9xvjcooZb0

Mwalimu.

Who will shun Kenya until the stupid mask mandate in the open is not revoked. Totally useless.

Mombie75
10-23-21, 21:38
Cheers and Causarinha still going strong after 11 pm tonight. (Saturday).

Kavkaz
10-24-21, 12:14
Greetings!

I plan to spend few days in Mombasa. I prefer apps like Badoo or Tagged instead of bars or clubs, but I see many girls say no hookups and want long term relations. What is best approach. Pretend to want LTR and hope for sex? Be clear that it's only for few days and fun as holiday girlfriend? Or just ask up front for hookups?

MtVadose
10-24-21, 13:22
Cheers and Causarinha still going strong after 11 pm tonight. (Saturday).Good to hear! I'm in Mombasa in a couple weeks, hoping the nightlife is back up and running, had a lot of fun nights in Club Hypnotica 2 years ago.

Oiste
10-24-21, 16:46
Well, I will arrive in Mombasa with a Lufthansa flight on November 6th and I will stop for a month between Bamburri and Diani. I I printed the e-Visa in color as required and filled out the online health monitoring form needed to generate the "QR code" but I'm having trouble with the alphanumeric "Trusted Traveler" code (TT Code) in QR format too. I guess I have to fill it out after receiving the negative pcr test. How much bureaucracy! Can you advise me which is the best phone sim to buy? Thanks.

Zimzam
10-24-21, 18:22
Well, I will arrive in Mombasa with a Lufthansa flight on November 6th and I will stop for a month between Bamburri and Diani. I I printed the e-Visa in color as required and filled out the online health monitoring form needed to generate the "QR code" but I'm having trouble with the alphanumeric "Trusted Traveler" code (TT Code) in QR format too. I guess I have to fill it out after receiving the negative pcr test. How much bureaucracy! Can you advise me which is the best phone sim to buy? Thanks.They are asking for a code in numbers, but the Kenyan eVisa is using alphabet letters, which are not accepted.

But I just filled in a telephone number and then it was accepted.

TailPipe
10-25-21, 20:20
Clarification on closing hours from the horses mouth itself.

https://youtu.be/a9xvjcooZb0

Mwalimu.

Who will shun Kenya until the stupid mask mandate in the open is not revoked. Totally useless.So there is still is a mask mandate. I need a holiday and I don't fancy having to wear a mask when I don't have to wear one in the country I live. What are the well known African sex destinations without restrictions right now? The Gambia, Tanzania any others?

Radical Guy
10-25-21, 21:46
Greetings!

I plan to spend few days in Mombasa. I prefer apps like Badoo or Tagged instead of bars or clubs, but I see many girls say no hookups and want long term relations. What is best approach. Pretend to want LTR and hope for sex? Be clear that it's only for few days and fun as holiday girlfriend? Or just ask up front for hookups?Why not simply be vague about your intentions? I never promise long-term or marriage, but just say I'm "open to anything" if things click with the right woman. Then, the ladies are motivated to prove they are the right one. Who knows, one of them could possibly capture my heart, so I'm not being dishonest here. 😊.

Tungsten2
10-26-21, 03:59
Tailpipe. No one wears masks in Diani.

Neddy69
10-26-21, 08:48
So there is still is a mask mandate. I need a holiday and I don't fancy having to wear a mask when I don't have to wear one in the country I live. What are the well known African sex destinations without restrictions right now? The Gambia, Tanzania any others?You summed it up. Kenya the mask police is still on the take. If you negotiate well. 1000 Kes contribution to the police retirement fund.

Mwalimu.
Diani is ok. But Mtwapa.....

NIO 400
10-27-21, 00:57
I need a holiday and I don't fancy having to wear a mask Mombasa is not a holiday destination anymore, sure you can go to nyali but I was there two month ago everything is broken in hotels / apartments. And good luck with girls as you will need plenty of luck.

Instead I would suggest you go to Colombia its super cheap with white and also black girls. I am there at the moment. If you want details just ask me.

Mombie75
10-27-21, 17:37
Mombasa is not a holiday destination anymore, sure you can go to nyali but I was there two month ago everything is broken in hotels / apartments. And good luck with girls as you will need plenty of luck.

Instead I would suggest you go to Colombia its super cheap with white and also black girls. I am there at the moment. If you want details just ask me.I have been in Mombasa the last 3 weeks, leave for Nairobi tomorrow. Mombasa is certainly not what it was a decade ago as nightlife is pretty sparse now except the odd night here and there. Still enough girls around though, not sure why you say you need luck Nio?

Get up to Mtwapa or to Cheers, Casarinhas, Safari inn, not sure about the club's at Hand as as I haven't been to them but there are plenty of girls to get a hold of.

Colombia is set to on my bit list for 2022 but the limited English puts me off a little.

NIO 400
10-28-21, 01:58
why you say you need luck Nio?

Colombia is set to on my bit list for 2022 but the limited English puts me off a little.In my last trip I was shocked by the rise of the middle class girls, you can see them driving in Mtwapa with Mazda CX5 or owning a bar or even have a stand for hotdog and eggs. The reality is that the good girls even if they sell coffee in the street (you can see then hanging around) they will not go with you. So you will go with hard core since the party is over.

Of course many poor girls around but you will need a connection to get them which is not a big problem but its take time. Colombia mop the floor with Kenya for everything food, hotels coffee shop and have some serious sex bombs. No need to collect numbers from friends.

Its just not for me now, I stay in 5 star hotel in Colombia in a executive suites for 55 USD per night including breakfast then I go to a "Casa" and fuck a white pornstar for 20 usd. Why I come back to Mombasa? Getting a real Capuchino in Starbucks why I go the the German bakery when he reduce the coffee to near zero? Then you have nothing to eat there to make you feel happy, 8 PM police go to a hunt if you not wear a mask. Who need it. Colombia is flooded with Venezuela's girls a real porn show.

To be fair if you want LT as the primary trip objective and you don't mine the shit country which hit you non stop then maybe you go Mada not Kenya. You can see some photos from the bakary. Any way good luck.

SceticoBlu
10-31-21, 10:12
What are the well known African destinations without restrictions right now? The Gambia, Tanzania any others?You can add Ethiopia. I am walking around without a mask in front of policemen without consequence. Some wear masks themselves, some not. In the minibuses I put the mask on.

TailPipe
11-01-21, 15:28
Mombasa is not a holiday destination anymore, sure you can go to nyali but I was there two month ago everything is broken in hotels / apartments. And good luck with girls as you will need plenty of luck.

Instead I would suggest you go to Colombia its super cheap with white and also black girls. I am there at the moment. If you want details just ask me.I speak some Castellano but not fluently. Maybe I will visit Latin America one day. Haven't studied it well enough to have an opinion on it. I remember being a bit put off by some of the prices that where being paid but they may have been inflated as 'some' of the tourists have a habit of paying a bit more. I have considered Haiti in the past and recently read someone advising the Chiapas region in Mexico as an economical destination. Dirt cheap A-class hotels and pretty cheap ST but I prefer quality LT. What is the LT in Colombia?

NIO 400
11-01-21, 17:49
What is the LT in Colombia?No such thing. Colombia is for "Casa" and ST. (with the exception if you own Tesla stocks).

For LT you already know where to look. Hint: Go back to Mada and this time play it safe.

NIO, whos planning to go next month to Mada.

NIO 400
11-01-21, 17:55
I prefer quality LT. I know Amazing GF girl in Mombasa she don't care LT / ST give her 1500 bob per day and she will stay with you around the clock. Super calm personality and below zero risk.

Now take hotel on bambury beach and stay with her a week or two far away from the shit in Mtwapa. It is an option. I can send her WhatsApp.

She is 22. No kids.

MtVadose
11-02-21, 00:27
I'm in Mombasa next week, just planning my trip.

Is there any nightlife in Diani midweek or only worth going there on a weekend?

Same in Malindi, any nightlife there or I should take someone with me?

I was in Mombasa two years ago, back then I was paying 3 k for LT, mainly girls from Tinder. Should I expect to be paying anymore this time?

Thanks!

TailPipe
11-02-21, 10:54
I know Amazing GF girl in Mombasa she don't care LT / ST give her 1500 bob per day and she will stay with you around the clock. Super calm personality and below zero risk.

Now take hotel on bambury beach and stay with her a week or two far away from the shit in Mtwapa. It is an option. I can send her WhatsApp.

She is 22. No kids.Sure, please do. Add some pictures if you have any. Btw, your inbox is blocked you cant receive pms.

Jersey86
11-02-21, 14:07
I was in Mombasa two years ago, back then I was paying 3 k for LT, mainly girls from Tinder. Should I expect to be paying anymore this time?I was in Shanu two weeks ago and I paid 3-4 K for LT girls from Tinder.

NIO 400
11-02-21, 15:19
I was in Shanu two weeks ago and I paid 3-4 K for LT girls from Tinder.Girls price in Mtwapa is 1 K to 1.2.

The Israelis around catolic church / Bakary never pay more the 1 K. And the girls are not from Tinder, even not one.

Zimzam
11-04-21, 10:51
It seems that Club Legend in Mtwapa had closed for now.

The American guy has gone.

Meanwhile the manager of Zodiac is building a nicely decorated kind of beergarden along the circle road behind Jambo Travellers hotel, just next to Mtwapa Luxury Apartments.

I don't know if the luxurious habitants will be so happy now, with a mosque at a few meters distance on one side and the new club on the other side.

NIO 400
11-04-21, 21:06
with a mosque at a few meters distance on one side and the new club on the other side.You want quit? Mtwapa is the worst place in the world for peaceful life. For building there are no laws what so ever. Just go to see the new section of Merry* Villa it touch the road, and the distance to the Mtwapa palms hotel is one meter. You can't sleep at night as they put the TV loud all night just next to you ears. The construction noise is non stop and can disturb a dead person.

But why you mention noise in Mtwapa? Its like saying that Dubai / Toliara residents will suffer sand storms and it may get cold in Bogota.

Donnachaa
11-11-21, 06:15
I know Amazing GF girl in Mombasa she don't care LT / ST give her 1500 bob per day and she will stay with you around the clock. Super calm personality and below zero risk.

Now take hotel on bambury beach and stay with her a week or two far away from the shit in Mtwapa. It is an option. I can send her WhatsApp.

She is 22. No kids.Am interested. Would love to contact her.

Jalle
11-16-21, 22:54
Am staying in Bamburi starting from 23 Nov. Initially planned to stay at Big Tree but they've no AC rooms available on my arrival date. Yeah I know it's easy to get used to the heat, but after a long flight I prefer AC for a couple of days.

Could someone recommend accommodation near Pirates beach in 40-70 USD range?

Mombie75
11-17-21, 18:14
Am staying in Bamburi starting from 23 Nov. Initially planned to stay at Big Tree but they've no AC rooms available on my arrival date. Yeah I know it's easy to get used to the heat, but after a long flight I prefer AC for a couple of days.

Could someone recommend accommodation near Pirates beach in 40-70 USD range?Sai Rock apartments have AC, 100 yards north of Big Tree. Mosque over the road calls out at 6 am but couldn't wake me up, get a bit of noise from Cheers next door, some people complain of them.

Indiana hotel have AC too further up the beach.

Both GF and safe.

Could look at Kahama as well.

If you want more info pn these let me know.

Pcdilwj
11-17-21, 20:19
I spent one week in Nairobi took the the SGR to Mombasa for my 2 week trip to Mtwapa I love the training very relaxing. I stay at Prime comfort hotel and Apartments I was very happy there breakfast was include I paid 3500 a night since the dollars is strong now when I pay my credit card I always paid in shillings so 3500 is the same as 31.50 dollars with a nice breakfast and a big Apartments and the air con work I will stay there again. I was in Mtwapa during the curfew I just focus on online girls I was very happy with the girls I met. The hotel had a nice club called Pinnacle bar and grill they were able to stay open after the curfew so a lot of would show up after the other bars had to closed. After 2 weeks took the train back to Nairobi for my last 2 weeks.

MtVadose
11-18-21, 21:37
I'm recently back from Mombasa.

I stayed at Cowrie on Bamburi beach, good location, not far to get a taxi to either Mtwappa or Nyali at night.

Cheers and Safari Inn are early spots in that area, then later around 11 pm people move to Causarina. Causarina on a weekend will be packed at midnight and there are enough options to find something you like.

In Nyali, Sheeba is closed which I visited last time, went Tapas once which is chill but no good options. I like it in Hypnotica, gets busy, though they tried to overcharge me and the twerking competition wasn't that good compared to last time I was here 2 years ago. Moonshine has live music on Sunday early evening, I was with a girl but didn't seem to be too many options. I think Mtwappa probably has the better options if you're out on your own and then go Nyali on dates, that was my strategy at least.

Jumeriah, AJ's and English point apparently have options but will be more expensive in those places.

I paid 1. 5-3 k depending on the girl and time. All but one I didn't discuss money and they were happy. Did meet one girl who asked if I could give her 5 k, so I said I would just take her number and then she straight away said could I do 3 k and she has a car, so we don't need taxis, so we went.

I've still never had a bad experience with a girl in Africa, but I find I don't often have amazing sex here either. Compared to my experiences in South America or North Africa, you will have bad experiences to work through but when it goes well the sex is much better in those destinations.

I'll definitely be back to East Africa though; nightlife is great and girls are always hassle free.

Also does anyone know what bank ATMs have no fees, last time I definitely found one but I tried maybe 3 different ones this time and all had $5 or 400 shilling withdrawal fee. Not much but I'd rather avoid it.

MtVadose
11-18-21, 21:47
Was in Diani just one night midweek.

Seems people go Manyatta club first, outside was busy at 11 pm but inside almost empty. People later move to Tandori down the road but never really gets busy there either.

I decided to just go home after a few beers, there was only three I likely across both bars and after speaking to them, two seemed too pro for me and the other had kids so I left it.

One of them did say to me 5 k for the night, I had a girl in Mombasa say the same, but when I say I will take their number and think about it they go straight down. This girl then said 3 k and then something like ' I want you to be happy, so you tell me', I'm sure many go home alone so they need a client. I wasn't interested so just went home after this.

NIO 400
11-19-21, 19:04
Also does anyone know what bank ATMs have no fees, .https://goo.gl/maps/xEsAuxAazb7zxkTW9

Just be careful I would go to this branch only in Nyali. Sometimes it need 3 minute processing and you might think something wrong and your card is gone, I also saw blue screen and all of bizzar shit. So just go to this branch in Nyali mall.

Mombie75
11-19-21, 21:21
I use the ATMs at the back of Cafeserie at City Mall. There are 4 or 5 together. One of them gave me free withdrawals the others wanted to charge the 400/- but I can't remember which was which sorry. I just went down the line in them to find my free one.

Zimzam
11-20-21, 09:12
I use the ATMs at the back of Cafeserie at City Mall. to find my free one.The Diamond Trust Bank doesn't charge.

There is also a branch in Mtwapa Mall.
And the bank there on the upper floor also doesn't charge.

SceticoBlu
11-20-21, 10:05
Equity ATMs have good rates.

MtVadose
11-20-21, 12:03
Thanks! I've made a note of these ATMs for next time.

PookyMan
11-21-21, 05:54
Using a debit card (with a Maestro logo in my case) your 'home' bank charges you a forex commission (usually a %) + a fixed fee. For me it is 0.5% on the mornings actual EUR / KES rate and a 0 fixed fee. But most banks charge more.

The Kenyan bank whose ATM you use often charges you a fee as well. I found Equity, I&M and CoOp don't charge a fee, although I haven't used I&M for some time now and only use CoOp, since it's nearest to where I stay. CoOp only started accepting Maestro debit cards less than a year ago, I think. Equity and I&M 'always' worked. Equity seems to have less reliable ATMs, although even when it didn't dispense money, in about a week's time I always got my money back. I&M has much more reliable ATMs, it seems, and (in the Mtwapa mall) could the one time such an issue occurred fix it right there and then, when I went to their customer service desk inside the branch office.

Neddy69
11-22-21, 10:51
Read that.

https://nation.africa/kenya/news/no-beer-no-travel-this-festive-season-without-covid-19-vaccine-certificate-3626642

Borderless idiocy.

The highlight:

I want to let Kenyans know that next month drivers, and boda boda riders will be required to ask that you show proof of being vaccinated before you can travel," said Mr Kagwe.

Everybody who knows Kenya laughs his head off. 90% are unvaccinated and there's not even by far enough vaxx doses. Hilarious.

The two groups who will rake it in. The police and the forgers of vaccine certificates.

In essence you might as well close all bars and nightclubs again. Most girls will not be able to enter Casaurina. The vaxxed mongers will sit around and will bore themselves to death.

Mwalimu.

Who will never understand, why Africans have to copy all the useless western rubbish. But with an African twist. LOL.

Leblon
11-22-21, 22:35
Some years ago, I arrived to Mombasa airport, coming from other country. I tried to to took in airport bank Barclay ATM maximum amount of money, forty thousand Kenyan shillings, I think that was around 400 dollars at that time also.

ATM told me that transaction succeeded, and then rebooted, without giving me any money.

I found out later that money was really taken from my account. I did all I could to get money back, I went to Barclay office first in Bamburi then in Mombasa, couple of times, spend a lot of my holiday time for this. They did not know what to do really. I filled all kind of paper applications, send emails to them regularly. Process took long time and got so far that they would have paid me back if that bank where my account was, HSBC, would have sent them some proof that money was taken from my account. HSBC refused, they said that so long time has gone that they don't have log. And HSBC were uninterested to help anyway me, their account owner. What a rotten bank.

So, I have paid 400 dollar fee once in Mombasa to take money from ATM, you guys are worried of some 0. 5 percent fees.

That same Barclay ATM machine is still there in airport I think, at least before, I have even used it often on other trips when arriving. Barclay bank itself may have left the country?

PookyMan
11-22-21, 23:05
That same Barclay ATM machine is still there in airport I think, at least before, I have even used it often on other trips when arriving. Barclay bank itself may have left the country?Barclays has become Absa now.

No longer linked to the UK Barclays bank.

Neddy69
11-23-21, 07:57
Barclays has become Absa now.

No longer linked to the UK Barclays bank.I used to have an account in Bamburi when Barclay's was not defunct. It was a franchise. At that time they had an ATM in Mtwapa which was sort of working. They hit me with big time overdraft.

Some money tips. Always have a couple of 100 or Dollar banknotes cash. Only change cash on the airport or else you run into trouble not getting cash out of the ATM. On African airports there's either no cash in the ATMs or they're defunct. I always change a 100 $ to have enough local currency to pay for taxi and the like and withdraw later.

For Kenya Uganda and Tanzania I use exclusively Diamond Trust or Equity where you can withdraw fee free. Always change cash near a bank branch and only during business hours, so if the ATM swallows the card you can retrieve it straight away.

In Madagascar I use only BMOI or SoGen ATMS.

Neddy.

Zimzam
11-23-21, 13:40
I Always change cash near a bank branch and only during business hours, so if the ATM swallows the card you can retrieve it straight away.

.Yes, very true!

Once my card was swallowed by the Barclays ATM in the cabin along the main road in Mtwapa, next to the fishmonger.

I had to travel 2 times to the main office in Mombasa, over flooded roads in the raining season to get it back.

And no way to get the costs compensated.

SceticoBlu
11-29-21, 08:15
Be quick to take the money out from the ATM. If putting back your card into the wallet takes to much time (something like 30 seconds and not ages) the machine swallows the money again. This happened to me once in the City Mall. Had to go to the branch and was handed out the money instantely however.

Zimzam
12-07-21, 10:06
Casuarina more than fully packed on Saturday night, just like in the old days.

Club Legend has reopened, but any activities or special nights are not yet announced.

The new ' Yacht Lounge', a few metres away from the main road opposite Lambada is fully operating.

They made it look like a nautical environment, the upper floor is quite nice, with comfortable couches etc.

MikeyW
12-13-21, 14:18
Hi all,

Haven't been to Kenya before and religiously read most of the recent Mombasa reports before posing this question.

Is there any action to be had on the beaches, as in girls wandering around specifically looking for white guys for casual paid fun or up for it after conversation?

Any and all feedback welcome.

Cheers.

Kommissar1231
12-13-21, 14:48
Getting ready for a big time whoring tour in March of next year. First stop Nairobi, 2nd Mombasa and 3rd Kampala.

Can anybody give a girl friendly hotel recommendation for Mombasa and maybe Kampala? Around $50/ night, secure, comfy and top WiFi is a must.

Neddy69
12-13-21, 15:55
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Mombie75
12-13-21, 18:40
Hi all,

Haven't been to Kenya before and religiously read most of the recent Mombasa reports before posing this question.

Is there any action to be had on the beaches, as in girls wandering around specifically looking for white guys for casual paid fun or up for it after conversation?

Any and all feedback welcome.

Cheers.Approach any girl anywhere anytime. Majority will go for money.

Mombie75
12-13-21, 18:41
Getting ready for a big time whoring tour in March of next year. First stop Nairobi, 2nd Mombasa and 3rd Kampala.

Can anybody give a girl friendly hotel recommendation for Mombasa and maybe Kampala? Around $50/ night, secure, comfy and top WiFi is a must.Indiana or kahama maybe.

MikeyW
12-14-21, 05:40
If you claim you read the forum? Recent reports? The last 10 or so? Why do you ask? Read the last 1000 reports. Is the pope a Catholic?

Neddy.

And the price for the top 10 dumbest questions goes to...Wow, such an aggressive little sausage. Haven't been getting your rocks off lately?

I probably don't need to respond to your obviously rhetorical questions but out of amusement will do so:

1. If you claim you read the forum? Yes.

2. Recent reports? Yes, back 12 months. A lot changes in 12 months, not much point in going back further.

3. The last 10 or so? At least 300 and including a search on keyword "beach," I. E. Every post in past 12 months that mentions the word.

4. Why do you ask? Well duh, for information? Talk about top ten dumb questions LOL.

5. Is the pope a Catholic? Google is your friend. Use it wisely.

6. Read the last 1000 reports. Why? Because you say so?

If you don't have anything to add then I suggest you just move on. Nothing to be gained from making smartarse comments. I'm not here to get into a pissing competition with wankers.

Kommissar1231
12-14-21, 13:01
Indiana or kahama maybe.Thank you!

Gutenberg1
12-14-21, 13:27
Indiana or kahama maybe.Can you confirm that the Indiana Beach Apartments are GF?

Because I was thinking of booking them for my next visit.

NIO 400
12-14-21, 15:58
Hi all,

Haven't been to Kenya before and religiously read most of the recent Mombasa reports before posing this question.

Is there any action to be had on the beaches, as in girls wandering around specifically looking for white guys for casual paid fun or up for it after conversation?

Any and all feedback welcome.

Cheers.Dear,

Mombasa has been evolve from mongering paradise to something different. The nail in the coffin was the COVID which most of the period the public beach was closed. Now open again.

Your best bet is to go to Casaurina club in Mtwapa. The days that girls was hunting at the beach are long gone. And since its two years that no tourist coming the hotels are all rundown no money to renovate.

Mombie75
12-14-21, 16:55
Can you confirm that the Indiana Beach Apartments are GF?

Because I was thinking of booking them for my next visit.As long as girl has ID.

Mombie75
12-14-21, 16:59
In October there were the odd few girls hunting on the beach each day.

I also don't understand when a poster replies to a question with read the forum. If you don't like the question don't answer it.

The purpose of a forum is to keep it up to date info which is fluid.

Leblon
12-14-21, 17:52
Hi all,

Haven't been to Kenya before and religiously read most of the recent Mombasa reports before posing this question.

Is there any action to be had on the beaches, as in girls wandering around specifically looking for white guys for casual paid fun or up for it after conversation?

Any and all feedback welcome.

Cheers.There are massage girls, at least some of them offer full service in their small huts. Ask before agreeing to take massage. You don't have to look for them, just walk by beach, they will contact you. They are not models, though.

You may find girls walking on beach who go for example from Big Tree to Jules or some other place of back, but I don't think that there are girls walking whole day by beach.

Easiest is to walk by beach to Big Tree, girls go there. You can also drink water in the kiosk in front of Big Tree, sometimes some girl sit there.

Leblon
12-14-21, 18:00
Can you confirm that the Indiana Beach Apartments are GF?

Because I was thinking of booking them for my next visit.It has always been, and in last January it was at least.

To be 100% sure, call the reception before booking, from your own country. Ask about visitor policy. Tell that you are looking for girl friend, so you will have visitors, maybe different ones. They will explain you what is policy. Ask do you have to book room for two.

It has happened to me, I don't remember where, that I booked room for one, although room for two would have been same price. Then I had to pay extra for every girl that visited me.

Receptionist, although ladies, are used to this kind of questions.

It has happened to me also that hotel has told that girl friend is OK, but second one has not been accepted anymore. But I don't think this is case in Indiana.

MikeyW
12-14-21, 23:53
There are massage girls, at least some of them offer full service in their small huts. Ask before agreeing to take massage. You don't have to look for them, just walk by beach, they will contact you. They are not models, though.

You may find girls walking on beach who go for example from Big Tree to Jules or some other place of back, but I don't think that there are girls walking whole day by beach.

Easiest is to walk by beach to Big Tree, girls go there. You can also drink water in the kiosk in front of Big Tree, sometimes some girl sit there.Brilliant, thanks for your reply. This is precisely the type of information I was seeking. It also provides some bearings as to where I should find accommodation that is local to that area.

Much appreciated.

Pity another senior member believes the sole purpose of his existence on the forum is to abuse anyone who doesn't have any knowledge of the area and to discourage questions.

Cheers,

Mikey.

MikeyW
12-14-21, 23:57
In October there were the odd few girls hunting on the beach each day.

I also don't understand when a poster replies to a question with read the forum. If you don't like the question don't answer it.

The purpose of a forum is to keep it up to date info which is fluid.Thank you Mombie, much appreciated and I'm pleased that most members aren't offended by someone asking questions.

MikeyW
12-15-21, 00:02
Dear,

Mombasa has been evolve from mongering paradise to something different. The nail in the coffin was the COVID which most of the period the public beach was closed. Now open again.

Your best bet is to go to Casaurina club in Mtwapa. The days that girls was hunting at the beach are long gone. And since its two years that no tourist coming the hotels are all rundown no money to renovate.Thank you Nio, all information gratefully accepted.

I was booked to come Oct 2019 then COVID hit. I was very disappointed but it looks like we will be able to return (from where I live) early next year.

I have a female friend who is Kenyan from Nairobi who recently visited Mombasa. She mentioned there were plenty of foreigners with local girls on the beach but of course they may well have met them elsewhere and gone to the beach for the day.

Cheers,

Mikey.

Gutenberg1
12-15-21, 10:47
It has always been, and in last January it was at least.

To be 100% sure, call the reception before booking, from your own country. Ask about visitor policy. Tell that you are looking for girl friend, so you will have visitors, maybe different ones. They will explain you what is policy. Ask do you have to book room for two.

It has happened to me, I don't remember where, that I booked room for one, although room for two would have been same price. Then I had to pay extra for every girl that visited me.

Receptionist, although ladies, are used to this kind of questions.

It has happened to me also that hotel has told that girl friend is OK, but second one has not been accepted anymore. But I don't think this is case in Indiana.Thanks for the Answer but I just realized that I meant Sai rock apartments but I read somewhere that they are GF.

Is there a different between Sai Rock Beach Hotel & Spa and Sai Rock Beach Hotel Apartment?

Mombie75
12-15-21, 18:05
Thanks for the Answer but I just realized that I meant Sai rock apartments but I read somewhere that they are GF.

Is there a different between Sai Rock Beach Hotel & Spa and Sai Rock Beach Hotel Apartment?Same place, they have hotel rooms and apartments. Yes, GF with ID. Only thing these days with Sai is the apartments WIFI is on / off and the new mosque nearby calls out early morning.

SceticoBlu
01-01-22, 12:25
The Kenyan bank whose ATM you use often charges you a fee as well. I found Equity, I&M and CoOp don't charge a fee,

Equity charges now 5 USD for each withdrawel with an international card. The machine annonced this before usage so I stopped and went to DTB. There no warning was issued.

Monday I will see on my account if it was a good idea to use DTB. At least on the receipt no additional fees are mentioned.

ChocolateHuntr
01-14-22, 13:48
For anyone who's spent time on the West Africa, I'm curious if that coast has any cities similar to Mombasa:

Bored, beautiful girls

Nice beaches

Affordable

Monger friendly

(Language doesn't matter)

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.

Neddy69
01-14-22, 18:15
For anyone who's spent time on the West Africa, I'm curious if that coast has any cities similar to Mombasa:

Bored, beautiful girls

Nice beaches

Affordable

Monger friendly

(Language doesn't matter)

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.Sierra Leone comes to my mind. Nigeria for sure. Cote the Ivoire. But there's a host of other problems. Visa. COVID restrictions. Expensive and complicated flights. For the time I'd consider user friendlier countries. I. E. Kenya or Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who'll suffer a couple of months more in cold COVID / sex prison.

DarkNite76
01-14-22, 22:32
Sierra Leone comes to my mind. Nigeria for sure. Cote the Ivoire. But there's a host of other problems. Visa. COVID restrictions. Expensive and complicated flights. For the time I'd consider user friendlier countries. I. E. Kenya or Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who'll suffer a couple of months more in cold COVID / sex prison.Any ideas on where you'll head to next?

Mars01
01-15-22, 00:18
For anyone who's spent time on the West Africa, I'm curious if that coast has any cities similar to Mombasa:

Bored, beautiful girls

Nice beaches

Affordable

Monger friendly

(Language doesn't matter)

Any feedback is greatly appreciated.I have the same problem like you I can go in February and really don't know where to go. I think Madagascar is not possible in daressalam I was 5 times the last years. Kenya seems difficult because of the corona thing so I thought about Senegal. France quoted it as a green country also no visa or pcr test if you have vaccine. But I not know if mongering is good there the forum is not active there. Let us know where you decide to go. Mars.

Neddy69
01-15-22, 10:31
Any ideas on where you'll head to next?I have a rather short short list. Many west African countries still have current COVID restrictions in addition to crappy Visa regimes. Take your pick.

In general the more user friendly countries in terms of ease of Visa and accessibility are in East Africa. Uganda looks promising if the promise of M7 holds to reopen clubs on Jan 24th. Tanzania, Kenya and Rwanda are also currently ok. Ethiopia but with a big question mark as well as Madagascar.

West Africa currently possible is Senegal and The Gambia where you get also 3 months Visa or like Senegal Visa free access for many countries. Most other West African countries either crappy COVID restrictions or Visa expensive hard to obtain etc.

But I have also short listed Angola, Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia and DRC. Let's see.

Neddy.

Univelton
01-16-22, 11:04
Equity charges now 5 USD for each withdrawel with an international card. The machine annonced this before usage so I stopped and went to DTB. There no warning was issued.

Monday I will see on my account if it was a good idea to use DTB. At least on the receipt no additional fees are mentioned.No cash withdrawal can be free of charge. You can check the tariff guide on DTB website. It might be cheaper than Equity Bank. But it cannot be free. Never.

Univelton
01-16-22, 11:10
Sierra Leone comes to my mind. Nigeria for sure. Cote the Ivoire. But there's a host of other problems. Visa. COVID restrictions. Expensive and complicated flights. For the time I'd consider user friendlier countries. I. E. Kenya or Tanzania.

Neddy.

Who'll suffer a couple of months more in cold COVID / sex prison.Without considering COVID related restrictions, my list will be Sierra Leone, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria, Cote the'Ivoire, and Togo? By order of user friendliness only.

Of course, Tanzania in East Africa is the most open. In Southern Africa, I think South Africa is most open if you have your visa.

SceticoBlu
01-16-22, 18:07
No cash withdrawal can be free of charge. You can check the tariff guide on DTB website. It might be cheaper than Equity Bank. But it cannot be free. Never.For Kenyan cards withdrawel is still without fee.

Equity did not have the 5 Dollar fee for international cards till March 2021.

In the meantime I tried out DTB. They still have no additional fee but they calculate a lower exchange rate.

So the best for me in 2022 is withdrawing the maximum amount of 40.000 from Equity and pay the 5 USD.

Another way would be opening an Kenyan account. They have 8% p. A. interest rates for deposits.

NIO 400
01-16-22, 22:04
Another way would be opening an Kenyan account. They have 8% p. A. interest rates for deposits.Best way to bring USD and change it. Forget everything else. Don't open bank account unless you want to live there.

Rates in the exchange opposite Ethiopian Air in town is very good.

Leblon
01-16-22, 22:44
I have the same problem like you I can go in February and really don't know where to go. I think Madagascar is not possible in daressalam I was 5 times the last years. Kenya seems difficult because of the corona thing so I thought about Senegal. France quoted it as a green country also no visa or pcr test if you have vaccine. But I not know if mongering is good there the forum is not active there. Let us know where you decide to go. Mars.Kenya is difficult why? In Mombasa there is no curfew, and I haven't seen police asking mask anymore, you can walk freely on beach. Most of the people don't use mask anymore. Situation may be different in the streets of Mwtapa, maybe police is still looking there extra money. But like leaving Casourina, no need to put mask on anymore.

If you refer Covid situation in Kenya, I have not followed so I don't know.

There was Nigeria mentioned as place to visit. Getting visa there may be easy if there is Nigerian embassy in your home country, or in a country where you are resident. But if there is not, then it get's very difficult. I spend lot of time and money to try to get visa there in 2018, and did not succeed. I hope better luck to people in this forum who try it.

Mombie75
01-17-22, 07:12
I have been in Mombasa the last month. Mask wearing on the beach is nil, I still carry one and if I see Police I will pop it on and have at times been spotted and they say nothing. In Mtwapa / Nyali etc it is not worth the risk so I just wear it there.

Casarina still gets busy at midnight as well as Big tree during the day, but Cheers has been pretty quiet lately. I have never been but Volume was busy over Christmas / NY but with the Nairobi crowd gone now I am not sure if it still attracts.

DTB and NTSB bank charges me no withdrawal fee with my UK credit card.

Mombie75
01-17-22, 07:14
What I do is bring cash an change it with Mike at his Bora Bora exchange shop, I then go and put all that money into my mpesa, no need to have any cash then apart from the odd few thousand shillings in the pocket. Much easier.

PookyMan
01-17-22, 16:07
Best way to bring USD and change it. Forget everything else. Don't open bank account unless you want to live there.

Rates in the exchange opposite Ethiopian Air in town is very good.Maybe for an American. For a European I would recommend using a Maestro debit card and withdraw money at CoOp. Maybe DTB too, I never used it. My EU bank uses the actual exchange rate (yes, I checked) and only charge me 0. 5% forex fee. CoOp really doesn't charge anything. At least, not yet.

Univelton
01-17-22, 21:01
Kenya is difficult why? In Mombasa there is no curfew, and I haven't seen police asking mask anymore, you can walk freely on beach. Most of the people don't use mask anymore.The same in South Africa.

Zimzam
01-18-22, 05:55
Casarina still gets busy at midnight as well as Big tree during the day, but Cheers has been pretty quiet lately. I have never been but Volume was busy over Christmas / N
d.These days the Eagle Nest atttacts very few customers, it seems the owner (Jesus) has fallen in disgrace.

Also the places opposite the Birchtensgaden Bar have disappeared.

The Goldfish next door gets a lot of customers these days.

There is the Yacht Lounge opposite Lambada which is quite nice and comfortable but I heard that in the evening you have to pay 1000 and then they put 4 beers on your table. You are not allowed to change them for cold ones after a while.

Zimzam
01-18-22, 07:01
There is a Jamaican guy who has been very busy building up a very large place out of wood, makuti and a container next to the old beachbar, which unfortunately still remains closed.

The whole complex consists of several bars on different levels and on the other side several basic rooms out of makuti and stonebeds, which seemingly have to serve as short time accomodations.

Now the problem with the location is that it can be easily reached via the beach from Cobacabana beach when the water is low, but at high tide the place can only be reached via extremely bad roads through Maweni.

At the time I visited the place there were no cushions available, so we had to sit on the bare concrete benches, byt maybe that has improved now.

Mars01
01-18-22, 13:41
Kenya is difficult why? In Mombasa there is no curfew, and I haven't seen police asking mask anymore, you can walk freely on beach. Most of the people don't use mask anymore. Situation may be different in the streets of Mwtapa, maybe police is still looking there extra money. But like leaving Casourina, no need to put mask on anymore.

If you refer Covid situation in Kenya, I have not followed so I don't know.

There was Nigeria mentioned as place to visit. Getting visa there may be easy if there is Nigerian embassy in your home country, or in a country where you are resident. But if there is not, then it get's very difficult. I spend lot of time and money to try to get visa there in 2018, and did not succeed. I hope better luck to people in this forum who try it.Thank you Leblon it seams Keniya is not so bad then I thought. Maybe I will try it. If its bad I can easy go to Tanzania.

NIO 400
01-18-22, 19:28
My EU bank uses the actual exchange rate (yes, I checked) and only charge me 0. 5% forex fee. CoOp really doesn't charge anything. At least, not yet.Which bank gives you 0.5%?

PookyMan
01-21-22, 13:33
Which bank gives you 0.5%?I use Knab, a Dutch bank. They're the main reason I stopped using ING. ING charges 1% plus 2.75 EUR per withdrawal.