Tulia House and Camp
off Links Road, Mombasa, Kenya

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Based in the heart of the entertainment area of Nyali in Mombasa, Tulia House and Camp offers a range of accommodation to suit every individual and every budget. Boasting the most comfortable accommodation, a wide range of facilities and best quality service, you can relax in the room, enjoy a great meal from our Restaurant, have a drink by the pool from our bar, chill and smoke a in our Sheesha Lounge or enjoy a sundowner on the rooftop with a view of the Indian Ocean.

Our young and friendly staff are available to help you 24 hours a day so whatever time you check in there will always be a friendly face to greet you. However long your stay is and whatever plans that you may have, the key to enjoying Mombasa to the very maximum is by staying with us at Tulia House and Camp.

Please note:
Cancellation policy: 72h before arrival. In case of a late cancellation or No Show, you will be charged the first night of your stay.

Check in from 12:00 to 23:00 - flexible whenever possible
Check out before 10:00 .
Payment upon arrival by cash.

Taxes included.
Breakfast not included - only tea and coffee
No curfew.

24h reception
Pets not allowed
Non alcohol served to under age customers



We are located about 18 kilometers from the airport, 15 kilometers from the railway station and 12 kilometers from Town Centre and bus stations.

There are a few modes of transport that you may use to get to us. You can catch a matatu (like shuttle buses but are vans and are privately owned, the cheapest option], a tuktuk (small 3 wheeled vehicles used like taxis), bodabodas (motorcycle taxis) or even proper taxis.

Arriving from the aiport

If you are getting to Mombasa by Air, you have two options:

Take a taxi, which would cost around 2,000KSH.
Take a shuttle bus into town (price T.B.C) and then take any of the public transport means to our premises (see below).

Arriving from city center (Town)

If you get into town by bus: most buses stop in the same central area but they all have their own stops at their offices.

If you get by train: the central station is located near the “bus station” and prices and explanation on how to get to Tulia House and Camp are the same.

From there you can get to to us by 3 different means. In any case, when coming to us, please tell the driver or operator to go Tulia House near NYALI CITYMALL and NAIVAS CENTRE.

If you want to come by tuktuk (convenient if you are two o even three, and have luggage) it should cost between 500-700KSH per drive. Luggage has no surcharge. Tell the driver to go to City Mall or Naivas Center, in Nyali, and from there follow Links Road about 100 metres. We are localed almost behind Misono japanese restaurant.
Getting to Tulia by matatu is a bit more difficult. From the station get walking to Digo Road (main street in town) and there get any matatu heading to Bamburi o Mtwapa (it is written on the side of the van, or ask the conductor). They might go directly or maybe you will have to change at Congowea market. In any case, you should pay around 50-70 KES per person, total. Prices change sometimes on the traffic load. From City Mall or Naivas center during day time you can walk without problems to our place, we are only 200 metres from there. Or else, take a tuktuk, for about 50-100 KSH.
Taxis should cost around 1,600 KSH per drive (but they are not that easy to find)

Arriving from the north coast

If you are coming from the nort coast (Kilifi, Watamu, Malindi…) all public transport will pass right in front of City Mall Nyali, so ask the conductor or driver to get off there, instead of going all the way down to town (and then having to come all the way back up…)

For your convenience we suggest you print the directions from this website and show it to the driver if neccesary.

Please note: All the prices given above are estimates and are not fixed figures. All modes of public transport mentioned above are privately owned and thus the prices may also differ slightly depending on the driver and your negotiating skills. When in the vehicle, we suggest that you close your window nearly to the top and keep your valuables close to avoid snatching.