1 Day funz and kisite Island

Arrival: You will be picked up from your accommodation at around 7.15 am and driven to Shimoni, a distance of 50kms, arriving at around 8.30 am. Upon arrival at Shimoni Jetty you will board an “Arabic Dhow and sail to Kisite Marine park where you can snorkel and swim.

Refreshments: Tea, coffee and biscuits are offered on the dhow whilst you are being fully briefed. Refreshments will be provided including fresh fruit and home baked herb bread.

Equipment: There are buoyancy jackets, twin valve snorkels with comfit mouthpieces, a wide range of silicone masks to fit every face and numerous different sizes and brands of fins. The crew will individually assess you on your experience, and personally fit you with suitable equipment. PRESCRIPTION MASKS (-3 to -9) are also available.

Non Swimmers: Are guided on a 1:1 basis. It is a wonderful learning experience for beginners and non swimmers. Hold on to the life ring and one of the crew will happily pull you around. Within the Wasini Channel and out on the Indian Ocean, dolphins are also often sighted. Some guests have even been lucky enough to swim with the dolphins.

Snorkelling: Is done off the fringing reef of a large rocky islet and a wonderful sand bar, which appears out of the blue ocean at low tide. Kisite is the best and most accessible Marine Park in Kenya which also has a fantastic variety of fishes and coral. Snorkelers have also been lucky enough to see whales and whale sharks.

Fun Dive: A short dive (around 30 minutes), suitable for un-experienced divers and even for those who have never dived before. After a short briefing, you go under water with the instructor. The instructor holds your hand during the dive. This is one of the best diving sites in East Africa and a very safe place, free of sharks.

Scuba Dive: For qualified divers, who have license. You will dive with a dive master or instructor, who will fit the best diving for you. There are a number of diving sites in the Marine Park. Scuba diving and fun-diving guests often meet turtles underwater, too.

Swahili Lunch: After snorkelling you head back to Wasini Island for a late lunch. This will truly be a meal to remember served by smiling Swahili ladies, with white wine and beer. After lunch you have time to relax over tea, coffee and patisseries!

Departure: Arrive back at Shimoni jetty at around 4.00pm and be driven back to your accommodation, arriving around 5.15pm.

Scuba diving Wasini

Scuba diving in Wasini is spectacular, variety of reef fish and pelagic fish

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Dolphin and Snorkeling Kisite

Snorkeling in Kisite Marine Park to Spot Dolphins,

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Tamarind Dhow

Dining on one of the Tamarind Dhows is a really fun and luxurious

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Deep Water Sportfishing

Exclusive deep sea big game fishing trips

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Mamba Village

Mamba Village hosts Africa's largest Crocodile Farm

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Giraffes at Haller Park

Students and other park visitors watching giraffes.

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Animals at Haller Park

Nice view of animals at Haller park

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Mombasa Marine National Park

Diving at Mombasa Marine National Park, nice view of sea life

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Fort Jesus, Mombasa

Built by the Portuguese in 1593-1596

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Slave Cave

Mangapwani Slave Cave entrance 0713 by Wanda

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Pillar of Vasco da Gama

The Vasco da Gama's Pillar is the most famous monument in Malindi

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Gede Ruins

Gede Ruins is a 12th Century Swahili village that was mysteriously abandoned

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Nairobi office

  • Branch office:Contrust house 8th floor Moi avenue next to Nairobi Sports House. P.O Box 7014-00568 Nairobi Kenya.
    Tel: +254 728 047761
    +254 786 865465
    E-mail: info@alexsafaris.com
    alextours23@gmail.com

Mombasa office

  • Safari inn, Serena Road
    opp. continental hotel Mombasa
    P.O Box 17018-80100 Mombasa Kenya.
    Tel: +254 728 047761
    +254 786 865465
    E-mail: info@alexsafaris.com
    alextours23@gmail.com