Diving Experience in Kisite Mpunguti

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in South of Mombasa

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The gentle sloping wall of the reef at Kisite extends from 2 to 32 meters below the surface and almost every nook and cranny is filled with marine life living within the hard corals and constantly darting about are schools of vibrant fish, such as spadefish, blue-lined snapper, fusiliers, surgeonfish and many others.Dolphin encounters frequently happen as there are several pods of these curious aquatic mammals in the park. Choose from seven dive sites with minimal current ranging in depth from six feet to more than one hundred feet (two to thirty-two meters).Beginners divers may prefer to remain at the shallowest sites which are Inner Kisite, Kisite Point, Kisite Garden and Kisite West.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productWhat makes diving in Kisite marine park so spectacular is the variety of dive sites, fish and corals. That’s why both beginners and advanced divers will find something here they can enjoy. With almost year-round diving conditions, any time is a great time to put Shimoni on your diving map.The gentle sloping wall of the reef at Kisite extends from 2 to 32 meters below the surface and almost every nook and cranny is filled with marine life living within the hard corals and constantly darting about are schools of vibrant fish, such as spadefish, blue-lined snapper, fusiliers, surgeonfish and many others.Duration: 1 dayLocation: Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park and Reserve, Shimoni, Coast Province

What’s included

  • Trainer
  • Entry/Admission - Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park and Reserve

What’s not included

  • Lunch
  • Private transportation
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