Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is working together with the local community to protect our wonderful marine environment so that it can be used and enjoyed not only now but by future generations.
Our full name is Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park and Reserve. Part of 39 square kilometres is a totally protected area, while the rest is legally fished using non-destructive traditional fishing methods only.
How important are coral reefs to the local population and the world? The short answer: absolutely vital. For a longer answer, see here.
Where are we?
We are open for business 365 days a year, although certain seasons offer better visibility for diving and snorkeling and/or more chances of spotting dolphins or a whale.
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