The Kisite Mpunguti Marine Park was created to preserve the attractive islands and unique habitats of a variety of rare marine species and nesting migratory birds. It is unspoiled, lovely, and sun-kissed. It includes three little coral rag forest islands, each with sizable amounts of bordering reef, and is located in the coral gardens south of Wasini Island. One of the best snorkeling spots along the coast is Kisite. In addition to sunbathing, visitors can enjoy diving and bird watching.
Attractions in this marine park may include;
Green and Hawksbill turtles are frequently seen in the park’s turtle population, which is well-known.
Realm of the Underwater Fairies
This renowned Marine Park promises an underwater world of incredible color and vitality. It is a magical universe of live coral gardens, carved islands, wheeling seagulls, and dazzling blue seas. An complete aquatic community finds food and shelter on the reef.Celestial-blue parrotfish use their hard beaks to chew off chunks of coral while a kaleidoscope of soup plate-sized snapper, rubber fish, Sergeant major fish, butterfly fish, angel fish, and scorpion fish shimmer in the sunlight of the clear waters. A shifting rainbow of small fish, octopus, and clams hide in the gaps between the rainbow coral. It’s a good idea to have a backup plan in case something goes wrong, but it’s also a good idea to have a backup plan in case something does go wrong (long, spiny-finned fish). Algae from these warm coastal waters are also consumed by sea cucumbers, brittle stars, and many different types of mollusc. The Kisite Mpunguti Marine Protected Area has 2 species of sea grass and numerous sponges, 56 genera of hard corals, and 252 species of reef fish.
Kenyan Barrier Reef
The coral barrier reef, which is the most notable aspect of the Kenyan coast, stretches uninterruptedly from Shimoni in the south to Malindi in the north, with the exception of the river mouths. One of the most intriguing ecosystems on the planet, coral reefs—often referred to as the rainforests of the sea—are home to about a million different species of marine life.
Spotting Dolphins and Whales
It’s a good idea to have a backup plan in case something goes wrong. The largest fish in the world, the migratory whale shark, as well as humpback whales, which raise their young in our warm waters, may be seen if you are fortunate enough to travel during the months of July through December.
Paradise for divers and snorkelers
The Park and the Reserve provide great diving sites for both novices and experienced divers because of their warm shallow waters, outstanding visibility, immaculate coral, and extraordinary variety of marine life. This Park is one of the best snorkeling locations in East Asia thanks to the warm, clear seas, stunning soft corals, and variety of marine life.