The second largest city in Kenya, Mombasa is a lively and vibrant hub situated on the coast on Africa. With a population of 1.2 million this city generates a large percent of Kenya's economic income. Home to Kenya's largest seaport, Kilindini Harbour Mombasa sees a diverse range of business travellers and traders within the city. Being host to the largest seaport also means that transport is regular to Kenya's neighboring countries and accounts for most of the exports and imports in this area of Africa.
Mombasa's main income is from tourists, with its sandy beaches and stunning landscapes, tourist popularity has grown in recent years and provides financial stability for many companies in Mombasa. Growing a reputation, Mombasa has become a focal point for hospitality industries wanting to expand their reaches to Africa.