Discover Wasini Island's Magic: Dolphin Spotting Day Trips from 2459 PP!

VMS21: Wasini Island and Kisite Marine Park Kwale County KE

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Experience the enchanting Wasini Island, south of Diani Beach, with an action-packed day trip from 2459 PP. Spot dolphins, snorkel, and immerse yourself in Swahili culture as you explore this magical destination.

The package includes a mouthwatering Swahili-inspired seafood lunch and a guided tour of Wasini Island.

Rates Per Person Per Trip: Private Trips

  • 1 Person - 7,550
  • 2 People - 5,450
  • 3, 5 or 6 people - 4,450
  • 4 people - 3,950

Joining Trips:
A flat rate of 3549 PP applies, including transport from Mombasa or Diani. The self-drive flat rate is 2459 PP, with both options featuring lunch and a village tour. Dive into a memorable adventure today!

About the Island

Wasini Island, situated 75 km south of Mombasa, Kenya, boasts a rich history and vibrant culture. Its name, "Wasini Mpunguti," traces back to the island's early Chinese inhabitants, who were referred to as "short Chinese" by the locals.

The island features steep old coral or sandy footpaths, with no cars, carts, or bicycles present. The local people, known as Wavumba, reside both on the island and the Shimoni mainland.

Top 10 Things to Do in Wasini Island:

  1. Explore the Coral Garden
  2. Stroll along the Wasini Women's Group Boardwalk
  3. Snorkel at Kisite Marine Park
  4. Watch dolphins en route to Kisite Marine Park
  5. Savor Swahili cuisine on the island
  6. Immerse yourself in the local Vumba tribe culture
  7. Take in stunning views from the island's restaurants
  8. Swim at Kisite Marine Park
  9. Capture unforgettable memories in photos
  10. Discover the Slave Caves in Shimoni on the mainland

How to Get There:

From Mombasa: Cross the ferry and continue straight past Diani & Msambweni. Turn left at the KWS sign for "Kisite Mpunguti" past the sugar factory. Follow this road to the end.

From Diani: Follow the instructions above.

By Matatu: Board a "Lunga Lunga" matatu at Total Likoni and alight at the Shimoni Junction (KWS sign for Kisite Mpunguti). Take a motorbike to the KWS Jetty to obtain a ticket and book a boat with local operators.