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Mombasa Tusks

Moi avenue, Mombasa 80100, Kenya
+254 712 920213
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“busy road” (3 reviews)
Moi avenue, Mombasa 80100, Kenya
+254 712 920213
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Reviewed 1 week ago

The Tusks on the main road in Mombasa is a historic landmark. It was the British royalty who did the official opening of this signature Tusks - a Must for tourists to click thjs picture with or without them in the back ground with the...More

Thank Sukesha D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

They are just tusks.... in the shape of an "M" really, so not that exciting. We had hired a car to travel around Mombasa and gone to see them but we couldn't really find anywhere to stop to actually look at them properly, so we...More

Thank Ramona L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Even when we lived in Kenya, many years ago, the tusks were nothing exciting to see! Entering into Mombasa itself after a long drive down from Nairobi, it was just a sign that we were nearly where our families live. They did stand out a...More

Thank bwanamdevu
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

i would always see these tusks on our currency or videos and photos, until i touched them myself and well....it didnt feel as great, i would not go back for a stop there

Thank Kiven K
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Don't know the history but hardly worth seeing (although sometimes see happy people taking pics). Plenty of shops and restaurant around altho nothing to do with the Tusks

Thank Martin P
Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

They are placed for so many years.facing on both sides of road.approximately 5 minutes walking from our royal court hotel.though not advisable to walk on streets being not safe.as goons and robbers might attack.

Thank anishavlani
Reviewed 6 September 2017

Unfortunately this Icon is not well maintained. The Tourist Attraction is used to post advertising for all kind of things and the nearby park is not recommended to be visited by tourists.

Reviewed 23 August 2017

Quintessential Mombasa.. A MUST see .. But that's about all you do.. Stop take a quick photo and move on.. Not much else around..

Thank bas0921
Reviewed 19 August 2017

The tusks had a bad hit during elections with all kind of posters all over it but today clean up is ongoing

Thank pmkamanga
Reviewed 31 July 2017

This is the gateway entry of Mombasa city .This gate is made in the time of queen Victoria.when she was supposed to come for Mombasa trip his father got died

Thank akshayrathor
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محمد ص
26 November 2016|
Response from us0ke | Reviewed this property |
Just the way it stands out and the fact that it was built in 1956 to commemorate Princess Margaret's visit

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