• Kenya Wildlife Safaris

    Kenya Wildlife Safaris - Safaris Starting in Mombasa or Nairobi, Wildebeest Migration Safaris, Photographic Safaris, Air Safaris to Masai Mara

  • Adventure Safaris

    Do you fancy excitement and physical challenge? Try Swimming with Dolphins in Kenya’s South Coast, Cycling and Walking Safaris in Hell’s Gate National Park, Mountain Climbing,  White Water Rafting, Deep Sea/Big Game Fishing orBalloon Safaris over The Masai Mara

  • Kenya Safaris Starting in Mombasa

    We offer custom Safaris that visit the Taita Hills' Ngangao Forest - one of the few remaining indigenous cloud forest fragments of the Taita Hills, Kenya. Ngangao is the second largest forest and one of the lesser disturbed forests of the Taita Hills.

  • Tanzania Safaris

    Wildlife Safaris to Tanzania's Northern National Parks of Lake Manyara Serengeti, Tarangire and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area

  • Wildebeest Migration Safaris

    Witness The New 7th Wonder of the World - The Wildebeest Migration from Tanzania's Serengeti National Park to Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve

1 Day Excursion : Swimming With Dolphins in Wasini Island - Wasini Dolphin Dhow - Mombasa, Kenya

This excursion begin with transfer from your hotel and driven south towards Tanzania to Wasini, from here you will board a motorized dhow to Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park.

Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park is one of the best marine reserves in Kenya. The park covers 28 sq km of pristine coral reefs and offers excellent diving and snorkeling. You have a reasonable chance of seeing dolphins in the Shimoni Channel and humpback whales are sometimes spotted between August and October. The dhow trip normally includes lunch and a walk in the coral gardens on Wasini Island. The price includes snorkeling equipment, soft drinks, a Swahili seafood lunch and the marine park fees .

On many occasions curious dolphins join guests and play both on the surface and under the water. Slow moving turtles saunter over the reefs. The sandy bottom is home to many different rays and spotty moray eels look out from their daytime homes within the reefs therein while deep crevasses hide giant grouper, giant coral heads standing out from the reef wall are covered with myriads of colorful fish. If you are an experienced snorkellers, you can be dropped off to do a drift snorkel back to the moored dhow.

You will be returned to you hotel in the evening

Kenya Parks & Game Reserves

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