A new building for the Extra Divers Kenya
The newest member of Extra Divers has moved into a brand new building last week. Now there is extra space for (rental) equipment and modern classrooms for the theory classes. The centre is located in the 4-star Hotel Temple Point Resort Watamu, just a few steps away from the Jetty, in the middle of the Watamu Marine National Park. Beginners and advanced divers can look forward to fantastic dives starting at the shores of the Indian Ocean around Watamu.
The ideal location on the Mida Creek allows trips to the Watamu Marine National Park regardless of the tides. The dive sites of the Marine National Park offer the best conditions for great diving experiences for beginners and advanced divers. A transfer from other hotels in Watamu to the dive centre is organized of course.
Founded in 1968, the Marine National Park extends from Malindi to the mouth of the Mida Creek. There are over 200 different species of fish; many moray eels, turtles, surgeon fish, napoleons, glass fish, lobsters, crabs, groupers, moray eels and large rays can be seen regularly, as well as large shoals of fish, and whale sharks and manta rays pass by from November until February. The dive sites are all in the Marine National Park with its very varied reef.
16 dive sites with depths of 5 to 45 meters are mostly reachable in 30-45 minutes by boat. A water temperature between 24-28° and the ability to drift, wreck and night dives makes Watamu the most popular diving destination in Kenya.
But not only the underwater world is worth a trip. A stay at the Extra Divers dive centre can easily be combined with an exciting wildlife safari in the world-famous National Parks Tsavo East, Tsavo West or the Masai Mara.
Price example: 10 nights from / to Frankfurt incl. Flight, accommodation in the DZ Garden Room, half board and transfers from 1499, - per person (travel period: for example 29.11 - 09.12.18)
Info & Booking:
Reisecenter (Travel Center) Federsee
Tel. +49 (0) 7582-9320790
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