Wasini Island Boat Trip with Seafood Lunch
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Duration - 8 hours
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Hotel Pick-Up in Mombasa.
Wasini Island is actually an outcrop of fossilized corals, has neither fresh groundwater nor a connection to the main power grid, and has only patches of sandy beach. These circumstances make the island unattractive for mass tourism and it remained untouched by the big foreign investment
- Swim with Dolphins!
- Wasini Island!
- Wasini Marine Park!
- Explore Shimoni Reef!
- Discover Kisite Marine Park!
Wasini Island Boat Trip with Seafood Lunch
Take the Wasini Island Boat Trip with Seafood Lunch to discover Wasini Island. Wasini Island is called by many guests “paradise on earth”.
At first, this might sound like another inane slogan but Lamu’s little sister truly is a unique haven of peace and tranquility. The hustle and bustle of Kenya’s coastal beaches seem 1000 miles away. Unpleasant companions such as beach boys and pickpockets are left behind on the mainland.
Wasini Island is actually an outcrop of fossilized corals, has neither fresh groundwater nor a connection to the main power grid, and has only patches of sandy beach. These circumstances make the island unattractive for mass tourism and it remained untouched by the big foreign investment spree which changed the face of so many areas on the Kenyan coast forever. If you are looking for an authentic place – and are willing to go sometime without conventional luxury – then you might have found your dream island.
No cars, no roads but a lot of wild nature and traditional Swahili culture! The clock seems to tick at a different rate here. People have time; time to chat, time to relax, time to interact.
What about staying overnight on Wasini Island, sleeping with the sound of waves crashing? Would you like to be introduced to the art of henna painting, wood carving, or the strategic game Bao?
What about watching Wasini’s fishermen handle their nets, learning how to catch an octopus, watching dolphins, snorkeling the reefs, scuba diving into the Indian Ocean’s depths, or venturing into the mangrove forest?
On Wasini Island, there are a million things to do – and many good ways to do for once nothing at all.
- Snorkelling gear
- Seafood lunch
- Marine park fees
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This Wasini Island Boat Trip begins with a transfer from your hotel in Mombasa.
Early in the morning and driven south towards Tanzania to Wasini, from Wasini show here you wallboard 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 Wasini Island Boat Trip normally includes lunch and a walk on Wasini Island, Swahili seafood lunch, and the marine park fees. Swimming with dolphins in Wasini island - 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 is covered with myriads of colorful fish. If you are an experienced snorkeller, you can be dropped off to do a drift snorkel back to the moored dhow.
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