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Diving Kenya

Kenya's fringing coral reef is protected by five marine parks.

Dive Sites of Kenya Kenya Dive Operators Books to Take to the Kenya Hotels and Travel Agents in Kenya Find a flight to the Kenya Your Comments


Dive Sites of Kenya

MFV Funguo Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"The 1st purposely sunk wreck in East Africa. 400 ton fishing trawler sitting at a ideal depth and has become a very successful artificial reef and home to marine life. "
Daniel Floren, Diving the Crab Dive Centre, 2010

Galu Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Great site to see Turtles. Nice start site for beginners and experienced divers and a short boat ride. Colorful corals everywhere. "
Daniel Floren, Diving the Crab Dive Centre, 2010

Kinondo Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Strong currents bring some nice pelagic and macro stuff spread out all over the reef. "
Daniel Floren, Diving the Crab Dive Centre, 2010

M.V. DaniaKenya

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Wreck that Buccaneer [diving centre] sank 8 years ago! 77 m cattle craft @ 30 m amazing wreck still complete. "
Finn Fraser, 2009

Shark PointKenya

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Great reef at 12-25 m on sand flat where white tip reef sharks gather. "
Finn Fraser, 2009

"Shark Point is one of the best dive sites at the Mombasa Marine Park. Its on a slope starting at 12 meter going down to about 24 meter. A great chance to see White Tip Reef Sharks. Also very common are:Turtles, Napoleon, Giant Moray Eel, Leopard Moray Eel, Scorpion Fish, Giant Grouper among others."
Chris (Peponi Divers) , 2010

KasaKenya

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

"Turtles galore! Beautiful slow sloping reef 10-18m. "
Finn Fraser, 2009


Kenya Diving Operators

Peponi DiversKenya > Mombassa

Peponi Divers Mombasa
c/o Bahari Beach Hotel
Mombasa
Kenya
E-mail: [email protected]
Tel: +254 722 412302
http://www.peponidivers.ch/

"Peponi Divers Mombasa under Swiss management. Teaching all PADI courses in English and German. We are registered PADI and BSAC resort.
Feel free to enjoy best diving with Peponi Divers Mombasa. With 25 dives sites the greatest variety along the coast you will get great dives at highest safety standards and best services. You can participate to all PADI courses up to Divemaster and several speciality courses such as Turtle Awareness, Shark Awareness, Deep Diver, Drift Diver and more."
Peponi Divers

"Great, small groups, attention to the customer"
Pedro de Figueiredo, 2010

Buccaneer Diving Kenya > Mombassa

Reviews: 5 Star Rating: Recommended

Buccaneer Diving 5 star center
Mombasa
Kenya
E-mail: [email protected]

"Returning to do IDC in May! Fantastic centre! Can't wait to return. Two small dive boats. Really reasonable prices - especially their multi=dive packages. Small groups of divers no crowds - NEW DIVING HOT SPOT! Stayed at Voyager Hotel. Fantastic hotel; excellent staff. "
Finn Fraser, 2009

Diving the Crab Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Diving The Crab
P.O. Box 5011
80401 Diani Beach
Kenya
Tel: +254 723108108
E-mail: [email protected]

"Diving the Crab has been on Diani Beach since 1982 and is very experienced with diving in East Africa also holding a record altitude dive on Mt Kenya. Voted in the top 100 dive centers around the world in the Unterwasser magazine 2007. "
Daniel Floren, Diving the Crab, 2010

Diani Marine Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Diani Marine
BOX 340
Ukunda
Kenya
Tel: +254 40 320 2367
E-mail: [email protected]

Southern Cross Scuba Kenya > South Coast > Diani Beach

Southern Cross Scuba
P.O. Box 5049 - 80401
Diani Beach
Kenya
Tel: +254 (0)734 546 305
E-mail: [email protected]

Aqua Ventures Kenya > Watamu

Aqua Ventures
P.O. Box 275
Watamu
Kenya
80202
Tel: +254 42 233 2420
E-mail: [email protected]


Books to Take to the Kenya

Rough Guide to Kenya
by Richard Trillo, 640 pages, 2010
Two Oceans: A Guide to the Marine Life of Southern Africa
by George Branch, Charles Griffiths, Lynnath Beckley, Margo Branch, 368 pages, 2007
Covers over 1,400 species of the most common forms of marine life that inhabit southern Africa - including the invertebrates, fish, reptiles, mammals and plants. The book concentrates on the most frequently encountered species living in the waters that can readily be explored by scuba divers.
Coral Reef Fishes Coral Reef Fishes, Indo-Pacific and Caribbean
by Ewald Lieske and Robert Myers, Harper Collins, 400 Pages, Paperback
An excellent, comprehensive guide to reef fishes, which is small and light enough to pack regardless of amount of diving equipment. Highly recommended for anyone wanting to identify the fish they see whilst diving the tropics.
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Hotels and Travel Agents

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Chalkoko Birding and Wildlife Safaris

Chalkoko Birding and Wildlife Safaris
P.O. box 98397
Kenya
Tel: +254724410655
E-mail: [email protected]


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