In addition, all Kenya Wildlife Service park fees will also be capped at £41 for the financial year 2016/17, down from £62.
The moves come after Kenya introduced incentives for charter airlines at the start of this month.
The country has seen international arrivals drop dramatically following a number of terrorist attacks. At the end of last year, Mombasa was served by only three charter airlines, down from 30 a few years ago.
Major UK operators including Thomson, First Choice, Cosmos (now Monarch) and Kuoni evacuated their clients from Mombasa in May 2014 after the UK Foreign Office advised against travel to the area. Gradually the travel advisories have been lifted and parts of the coast are now re-open to tourism.
The latest incentives are part of the Kenyan government's commitment to the tourist industry, especially in the coastal regions.
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