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We visited this place as an organised tour with Ebano Safari. I warmly recomend to call Joseph (+254 718 183685) he uses whats app. The BEST guide we ever met. You will not be dissapointed in his profesionality.
We will go back again
You'll be amazed on how many creatures in soo many different colors live in this protected area.Water is warm, people are friendly. Just walk on the beach and ask for captain Ibrahim. He'll have his boat ready to take you out on the ocan soon...More
Place to visit, cost friendly and magical experience. Beware of the boat "captains" it's always advisable to inquire from the hotel you're staying at. Depending on what time of the year you may get a chance to swim with dolphins, though they are not used...More
I was looking forward to visit this Marine Park for a long time. Finally did it after the New Year high season and there were not many people as I expected. Great views and did it solo without a guided tour.
I have visited Watamu National Marine Park several times a year, for more than a decade. I love the snorkeling and diving. It's my happy place.
Warm, clear water. Abundant sea life and really lovely people.
Made a booking with the Sea Horse crew for a full day excursion and it was worth every penny! From chasing and viewing dolphins, to snorkeling in the beautiful corals viewing the amazing underwater wildlife and some great cultural experience on the remote island.
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The KWS fee for resident snorkeling is 300 for adults and 170 for children. If you have your own snorkeling gear and can swim out to the reef that is all you need to pay. If you want to go in a boat then negotiate... More
The KWS fee for resident snorkeling is 300 for adults and 170 for children. If you have your own snorkeling gear and can swim out to the reef that is all you need to pay. If you want to go in a boat then negotiate, negotiate, negotiate. If you only go to the reef and not Mida Creek or dolphin-searching you may get away with 1000 per adult or even less.