Snorkelling in Kenya
Snorkelling in Kenya is best done in marine parks
Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park & Reserve
“Home of the Dolphins”
Kisite Park covers an area of 11 square km while Mpunguti reserve covers 28 square km. It was established to protect the scenic islands and special habitats of a wide range of endemic marine animals. Kisite is one of the most rewarding snorkeling locations at the coast.
Malindi Marine National Park & Reserve
“The Coral Garden”
It is located 18 Km away from Mombasa and its claimed to be the oldest marine park in Africa. This marine park provided the perfect getaway, from swimming to other water sports. By use of underwater view glass-bottomed boat, experience spectacular coral gardens, myriad and multi-coloured fish and seashells.This is one of the best places to Snorkel.
Mombasa Marine National Park & Reserve
“Allure of natural beauty”
This park is protected and managed by Kenya wildlife services .It lies between the Mtwapa and Tudor Creeks .Its blue waters are ideal for water skiing, snorkeling ,wind surfing as well as diving. This is also home to various marine species .
Watamu Marine National Park & Reserve
“Haven of the Green Turtle”
Watamu Marine Park is famous for the Green turtles, unique coral gardens and the Gede Ruins . It’s recommendable for water sport lover’s e.g big fishing, snorkeling, water skiing, windsurfing amongst others.
We do have excursions to this destinations and we offer the best of the prices for snorkelling in Kenya whether you are travelling with friends or family .
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