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Tree top Nayma Chome Village

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P.O.Box 97553, Mombasa, Kenya
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WOGECT HOTEL is strategically located at gateway to Makupa Causeway in Mombasa, the second largest city in Kenya. We are a friendly budget hotel with modern facilities beautiful compound, safe and ample parking bay. The beautiful and green environment is set to relieve and rejuvenate your mind.
Our hotel offers guests’ fine accommodation for business, leisure and six well-furnished conference halls, well equipped kitchen and beautiful restaurant all set in a relaxing environment.  
The hotel is situated approximately 8 Km or 15 minutes’ drive from Moi International Airport-Mombasa and just 40 metres off Jomo Kenyatta Avenue.  We are well connected by road network and close proximity to the port of Mombasa. Click here for Main Booking Form Page

Our Mission
To provide quality and personalized service to our customers in a friendly environment that gives them full value for their money.

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About Mombasa:

Brief History of Mombasa

Mombasa is the second largest city in Kenya. Located on Kenya's Eastern coastline bordering the Indian Ocean, its original Arabic name is Mombasa in Kiswahili, it is called "Kisiwa Cha Mvita", which means "Island of War" due to the many changes in its ownership.

The history of the city is a mixture of African, Persian, Arab, Portuguese and British influences which contributed to the rich cultures found in the city today, like Fort Jesus that was built by Portuguese where later left after defeat in 1697.

Later the Arab's triumphed scaling the walls of the fort. Intrigue and rivalry between competing Omani rulers, fell under the rule of the Mazruis, who were finally overcome by the Omani leader, Bey Saidi Sultan Sayyid Said in 1822 (whose remains are still buried in Mombasa today). Two years later, the British warship HMS Leven arrived in Mombasa.

The city declared a British protectorate after appeal by Mazruis to Commander Captain Owen, in return for a promise from the Mazruis to abolish slavery. It was the springboard for the colonization of Kenya and the beginning of a British dominance in the country that was to last until independence in 1963. Remnants of slave trade can still be seen today around Mombasa city. Fort Jesus still contains cells where the slaves were held, and various artifacts from that era.


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