This attraction offers many enjoyable components of tours involving marine life. One, you get to see dolphins boatside while sailing to and from the atoll you snorkel off of. Unfortunately, we were time constrained and unable to swim with them as some had told us about. Second, the snorkeling is some of the best I've conducted. The waters are clear and warm, providing excellent views of aquatic life (fish, corals, etc...). The boats you take over are handmade but actually provide a more natural/humanistic touch to the entire experience. The beaches off the atoll are covered in corals (not sharp, harmful ones) which does provide a bit of a challenge to those with weak feet/bad balance. One note, be sure to use plenty of sun screen as many within our group were badly burnt. After snorkeling, tours often continue onto Wasini island were guides are provided, taking you around the island and showing sites such as remnants of coral reefs, mangrove forests and more. Overall, this was a very good trip which I would take again. However, the only negative of the trip is that our guides were not very good, however its pretty self-explanatory once you're traveling through the day. I highly recommend visiting this national park area when visiting Kenya, it's worth it.
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