Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya where all services are found and many industries. Mombasa also is the second biggest city in Kenya which is mostly visited because of the Indian Ocean Beach and good environment there. SGR was built on 2017 has been the most used way to travel because it's cheap and it takes less hours to travel there. The train takes only 4 hours 30 minutes to travel from Nairobi to Mombasa operating up to 120km/h. It has 1200 seats per train. Today I would like to show you how much one will need to travel from one of this cities to another.
Research from seat61.com shows clearly different departure places from Nairobi and the time that it takes to reach Mombasa terminus. Take a look on the table below.
In terms of Money, it's divided into two which includes Standard class and first class. Standard class fare is $10 which is 1000 Kenyan shillings. On the other hand First class people fare is $3 which is 3000 Kenyan shillings. Not only that children under the age of 3 travels for free while children below the age of 11 pays half of the fare.
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