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Mombasa Marine National Park

#9 of 57 things to do in Mombasa Features Animals
Nyali Rd, Mombasa, Kenya
041 2312744 / 5
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Fun dive, glass bottom boat or snorkel

The Mombasa Marine National Park is breathtaking. The beautiful coral reef is miles long and home... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
REA-Eastafrica
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The Mombasa Marine national park and reserve is under the management of Kenya Wildlife Service. The... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lina M
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Nyali Rd, Mombasa, Kenya
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

The Mombasa Marine National Park is breathtaking. The beautiful coral reef is miles long and home to numerable species of marine life. Whether it is a fun dive, glass bottom boat tour or snorkeling, this is a must see. All of these activities are easily...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Mombasa Marine national park and reserve is under the management of Kenya Wildlife Service. The park boasts of diverse marine life including many fish species and beautiful coral gardens. A great place to visit for those who love the sea...

Thank Lina M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is very nice location i was lucky to take a tour on my weekend for marine national park with boat

Thank akshayrathor
Reviewed 20 May 2017

Paid for a boat trip and the ticket to the marine park. Was quite enjoyable, and had fun swimming with the fish...very ticklish

Thank kyule K
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Not too impressed with the diving. Went to Shark point and Brain corral. Visibility only 8-10m, not too many colorful fishes. Nice nudibranchs though.

Thank Reisepia
Reviewed 9 April 2017

We went out on the glass bottom boat and it was an exciting experience passing through the channel where the ocean is really deep so the waves were abit rough - this was scary and exciting at the same time. We got to see various...More

Thank juls107
Reviewed 22 March 2017

A nice trip out in a glass bottom boat, where you can see different types of fish, coral, and star fish! And you even get a chance to swim/snorkel once you are out in the sea! A good trip out.

1  Thank EasyBob
Reviewed 18 January 2017

you can see alot of diffrent kind of fishs and sea animals coralreefsyou can go by a glas bottem boat for snorkling or diving or just sit inside the boat and watch the fishes the under water wolrd is really beautyfull wounderfull amazing awesome you...More

2  Thank SG G
Reviewed 19 September 2016

a glass bottom boat to the marine park was a good experience - however, the cleanliness on this side is not very impressive. Waters not very clear.

Thank Abdallah J
Reviewed 18 August 2016 via mobile

After reading the previous reviews, I'm starting to think that I went to the wrong place! We rented a glass bottom boat for some snorkeling. When arrived ( after bumping into a few poor coral on the way), we were let to jump in. The...More

1  Thank KristellG
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jkatana03
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Response from kyule K | Reviewed this property |
For kenyans it's 250 to the marine park and you get a KWS ticket..A glass boat is anything from 1000 upwards depending on your negotiating skills n how many you are..
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