Kenya has five marine parks and reserves established to protect the wealth of the undersea life along 536 km. of Kenya’s coastline. Diving, snorkeling and exploring this world of coral reefs teeming with life and color is a safari itself. Dolphins, turtles, giant moray eels, rays and barracuda can be found close to shore while the deep blue ocean offers unlimited deep-sea sport fishing in season (August to March). Experienced crews and well-equipped boats fish for marlin, sailfish, broadbill, tuna and wahoo with great success. Humpback whales and whale sharks visit these coastal waters from July to September to raise their young.
At the northern and southern ends of the Kenyan coastline, serene, exclusive ‘Robinson Crusoe’ style hideaways can be discovered. These remote and exclusive lodges, hotels and homesteads provide seclusion, peace and tranquility with uncompromised luxury to be expected with first-class cuisine and ultimate relaxation.