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In nearly no other country in the world is there such a variety of animals above and underwater, as in Kenya. Lapped by warm, tropical waters, the East African coast offers superb diving opportunities virtually year round, with several, well-protected marine parks.

The crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean wash superb white sandy beaches, while fringing reefs protect the snow-white powder soft sand. These reefs run along the shore, offering drift dives, drop-offs and a large variety of marine habitats within one small area.

The best times for diving in Kenya are December through March, with many seasonal species, such as the Whale shark and Manta ray, making their visits during this time.

Over the years, ships have gone down off the coast, providing many wreck dives as well.

Inside the many lagoons along the coast are numerous smaller coral heads that provide an excellent breeding ground for many tropical reef fish and a haven for lobsters, rays and turtles.

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