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Scuba Diving Mombasa North Coast Hot

Dive area / region : Kenya - See the map Scuba Diving Mombasa North Coast

Best diving season : January  •  February  •  March  •  April  •  May  •  August  •  September  •  October  •  November  •  December
Recommended number of days to stay : More than 1 week...
Number of dive sites : More than 20 Dive Sites
Water temperature and wetsuit advice : 26C-… : Shorty or Thin Wetsuit
Average visibility : 16 - 20 meters
Average dives depth : 20 Meters
Type of currents : Zero or none relevant currents
Months when these currents are present : Currents are most likely during the rainy season in June and July
General surface conditions : Generally flat surface
Wreck types : Recent world ships
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Type of marine life : Anemone  •  Barracuda  •  Corals  •  Dolphins  •  Grouper  •  Jacks  •  Jelly fish  •  Lobster  •  Moray Eels  •  Nudibranch  •  Octopus  •  Rays  •  Reef Fish  •  Sea urchins  •  Seahorses  •  Shark - Reef shark  •  Softcoral  •  Sponge  •  Squid  •  Star fish  •  Tuna  •  Turtles  •  Whales  •  Worms
Presence of caves / caverns : Yes - Open


Most of the dive sites at Mombasa North Coast are within the Mombasa marine park controlled by Kenya Wild Life Service (KWS). A wide range of marine life can be seen within the park. Kenya is also a perfect place for land safari. The Tsavo East and Wast is only a 2 hours drive from the coast. Enjoy your stay also with non diving family members.
Chris from Peponi Divers

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