Jumba La Mtwana Entrance Fees and Contacts

Jumba la mtwana entrance fee

How much is it to visit the Jumba La Mtwana in the coastal region of Kenya.

Jumba la Mtwana a picturesque ruined village situated in Kilifi along the Kenyan coast.

The site lies some 15 kilometers north of Mombasa on and above the beach some 1000 meters north of the mouth of Mtwapa creek; 4 kilometers from the Mombasa-Malindi road and extends along the shore for a distance of about 300 meters and 250 meters inland.

The full name Jumba la Mtwana means in Swahili “the large house of the slave”.

Within this area there’s 4 mosques, a tomb and four houses have survived in recognizable condition.

These houses include the House of the Cylinder, The House of the Kitchen, The House of the Many Pools, which had three phases, and the Great Mosque.

If you are wondering how to Reach Jumba La Mtwana, you can get there by bus/Matatu via Mtwapa Bus stop or by air via Moi International Airport.

The are restaurants available for you to eat and drink, these restaurants include; Jumba Ruins Monsoon and The Beach Africa.

With that being said, here is how much you will need to pay to have access to Jumba La Mtwana.

Jumba La Mtwana Entrance Fees:

Depending on the time of the year, you have to pay a entrance fee that starts at Ksh. 250 to Ksh. 400.

Gates are opened from 9:00am to 6:00pm from Monday to Friday.

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