Immerse Yourself In Kenya’s Underwater World
Kenya is home to the world’s second longest coral reef – the Kenyan Barrier Reef! With more than 140 miles of reef stretching from Shimoni in the south to Malindi in the north, there are plenty of places for the quintessential marine exploration trip in equatorial Africa! With an almost endless selection of supreme dive and snorkelsites to choose from, we have the expertise you need to find the unsurpassed coral wildernesses! From the rejuvenating Kisite Marine Park of Mako Koke to the deep wall at Nyuli, Kenya has a destination for every level of a scuba diver – from beginner to advanced! Imagine diving with manta rays and white-tip reef sharks in an oceanic canyon one day, and an easier dive in coral gardens the next!
For those days when you simply wish to float on the surface, both Mombasa Marine Park and Kisite Mpunguti Marine Parks are the place to see snapper, zebra fish, scorpion fish and other aquatic species that flutter in and out of the colorful and eerie shapes of the coral gardens. As a world-class destination for anglers, Kenya offers the ultimate deep sea fishing experience. Dorado, yellowfin tuna, trevally and lightning-fast wahoo keep amateurs and intermediate anglers entertained. But for more advanced fishing, Kenya offers the chance to catch your own massive billfish – all three marlins (black, stripped and blue), sailfish, swordfish and others.