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Sea Safari to Watamu Marine Park Beach
"Departure from the hotel at 08:30am to arrive at the dock at 9.00am. Enjoy a sea safari to discover the wonders of the Indian Ocean on a comfortable glass bottom boat ride in the crystal clear waters of Mayungu an area between the coast and the first Kenyan coral reef. Thanks to the phenomenon of the tides there are many white sand stretches. The boat will then sail to the marine park for snorkeling where you will be able to see all the variety of colorful fish. Watamu Marine National Park established in 1968 is home to coral gardens and over 600 species of fish and other sea creatures which makes it a wonderful place for snorkelling. For those who do not want to get into the water you can observe the fish from the boat through the bottom of the glass.At shrimp fish
From EUR70.00
 
Mida Creek Mangrove Forest Glass-Bottom Boat Safari Through Watamu Marine National Park
"Departure from the hotel at 08.30 am and transfer in the direction of the beach of Watamu Marine Park. With this tour you will navigate the beautiful waters of the Indian Ocean and Watamu Marine National Park which is home to coral gardens and over 600 species of fish and other sea creatures which makes it a wonderful place for snorkeling.For those who did not want to get into the water you can you can observe the fish from the boat through the bottom of the glass. If you are lucky you might spot dolphins and sea turtles on your way there. After snorkeling you will embark and cruise to the discovery of Mida Creek a protected area by the Government of Kenya natural reserve thanks to its ecosystem unique in the its kind: areas of pure white sand unique landscapes
From EUR65.00
 
Private Airport Transfer Mombasa Airport to Watamu or Malindi
"Your driver guide will be holding a sheet with the lead passengers name on it. They will meet you at the arrivals hall located outside the customs area prior to arrival we will also let you know your drivers name and mobile number. Be met and assisted upon arrival and have exclusive use of a seven seater mini bus or four seater car during your transfer to your hotel in Watamu or Malindi town. Be it is reassuring to know you have an immaculate driver and vehicle.""""Transfer from Moi International Airport to your coast hotel. Start your holiday with the private vehicle from Mombasa Airport to your hotel in Watamu or Malindi. Transfer services are available 24h a day 7 days week. Guaranteed on-time pickup every time."
From EUR50.00

More Things to Do in Watamu

Gedi ruins, snorkeling and ice cream.

The Gedi ruins are great, photographers to get there at about 16:00 in summer, its amazing, how things have lasted this long and the history. the guides are great and worth their tip at the end....
travelernik
Jan 08, 2009

HORSE RIDING

enjoy an early morning or lateAfternoon ride in an intimate and relaxedAtmosphere through the local village; setAmongst plantations of Coconut, Mango, and Cashew Nut trees.You will be in the capable...
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smudger888
Oct 14, 2005

Exploring the coral

When the tide goes out in turtle bay it exposes the most wonderful rock pools, the ammount of things to see changes daily, moray eels are abundant (up to over a metre in length), hundreds of different...
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smudger888
Sep 25, 2005

Big game fishing

First tried big game fishing in Malindi in1996 using Kingfisher, even though my first trip was not productive I enjoyed being out on the indian ocean 20 miles off the coast there is so much to see.For...
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smudger888
Mar 13, 2005

Mida Creek Boat Trip

We took a boat trip along the Mida Creek to see the sun go down and watch the local birdlife. Mida Creek is lined with mangrove swamps and we say herons, different species of kingfishers and...
Dizee
Aug 03, 2004

Arabuko Sokoko Forest Nature Reserve

We spent a lovely afternoon and evening visiting the local forest nature reserve. This was part of an organised trip by the hotel but it would be possible to arrange it yourself. We walked through the...
Dizee
Aug 03, 2004
 
 
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Malindi Visit

It is worth spending a day in the town of Malindi. It has shops and a market area and is good to walk along the jetty. Our guide took us to see Vasco de Gama point where he landed in 1499. We visited...
Dizee
Aug 03, 2004

Visit to Gedi Ruins

These ruins are the remains of an Arab town originating in the 12th century with later additions. They are in about 45 acres of forest and are crumbling and overgrown. There is enough structure left...
Dizee
Aug 03, 2004

Mangroves at Mida Creek

Walking through the mangroves around Mida Creek is like entering a different world. This is stuff that you usually see on BBC documentaries, and I felt very privileged to be able to actually see them...
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Krumel
Apr 13, 2004

The Gedi ruins

As you can see on my Ireland pages I am a fan of all sorts of ancient stones. But despite having seen piles of fascinating ruins all over Ireland I have to say that Gedi is in a league of its own....
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Krumel
Apr 13, 2004

Bio-Ken Snake Farm

The Bio-Ken Snake Farm has an interesting selection of Kenyan snakes of all colours and sizes, and the guides who bring you around the glass cages have a good knowledge about them. The farm produces...
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Krumel
Apr 13, 2004

Arabuko-Sokoke Forest

The Arabuko-Sokoke Forest is the largest remaining coastal forest in East Africa and is home to a great variety of endangered wildlife, some of which can only be found in this area. The most...
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Krumel
Apr 13, 2004

Coral Gardens

A few kilometres off Turtle Bay beach are the Coral Gardens. The display of fish around the reef is absolutely stunning. Shoals of zebrafish swim right in front of your nose and skilfully dodge your...
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Krumel
Apr 12, 2004

Marine Information Centre

Watamu Turtle Watch runs a very interesting Marine Information Centre, which has a wealth of information about the marine life in and around Watamu, like coral reefs, seagrass beds, mangroves, fish...
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Krumel
Apr 12, 2004

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