Tamarind dinner Dhow - Mombasa

The Tamarind dinner on a cruising dhow cum restaurant offers the best in seafood and dining experience

The dining experience starts with a  pick up from your beach resort for a transfer to the tamarind restaurant jetty.

The dhow cruise leaves from the jetty of the famous Tamarind  one of the finest sea food restaurants in East Africa. 

Suitable for a romantic or group dining experience 


Tamarind dinner picks up from:

Mombasa island hotels                  Bamburi resorts               Diani resorts               Nyali resorts

Mombasa Port                                  Shanzu resorts                 



  • Evening cruise on the Tudor channel
  • Excellent sea-food dinner
  • Music and drinks to go with the romantic atmosphere


Diani Beach resorts
Approximately 1600hrs
Bamburi, Nyali, Shanzu resorts
Approximately 1800hrs
Price per person
North Coast:
$ 95
South Coast:
$ 105

Price include transfers from / to beach resorts

The dining experience ends at approximately 2200hrs with transfers to respective beach hotels / resorts


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