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Vuma Caves:
The Vuma Caves offers on top of excellent corals also plenty of swimthroughs, tunnels and caverns
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Lars Hemel
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Certification Number:
PADI 471740
 
 
 
 
 
 
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A list of the best rated scuba dive sites in Kenya.

Vuma Caves

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 2 votes

The dive site Vuma Caves has many cuts and caverns and two tunnels to dive through. Not a must but good fun. You can see Barracuda, big Groupers, many nice big shells and wonderful corals on top of the drop off. As the boat ride takes about one hour from Mombasa there is a great chance to see Whale Sharks, Mantas and Dolphins on the trip....

Globe Star

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 2 votes

This dive site contains the remains of the grain carrying cargo ship the Globe Star that hit a sand bank in the early seventies. Although most of the superstructure has been salvaged, below the waterline one can still see the engine block, masts, the lower deck and the propeller. This area teems with marine life such as moray eels, lion-fish, parrot fish and pelagic. It is an ideal chance for less experienced divers to dive a wreck....

Mombasa

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 5.0, 1 votes

The coral island Mombasa is one of those historic places that spins the imagination of many travelers. Popping up thoughts of African trade routes and its tales, mostly romanticised from movies. Besides scuba diving there are plenty of things to do around Mombasa. Near Bamburi, which has one of the best beaches in Kenya (Bamburi Beach), you can find Haller Park, one of the biggest wildlife sanctuaries in Mombasa. It makes, together with the Haller Park Trail or Bamburi Nature Trail, a great trip...

MV Dania

 
 
 
 
 
Rated 4.0, 4 votes

The MV Dania is undoubtedly the best wreck dive available in Kenya with depths ranging from 12 to 32 metres. Shallower diveable structures include the bridge, the hull and the massive upper deck, which will be ideal for less qualified divers. Dania is well colonized and is home to large groupers, bat fish, barracuda, moray eels as well as many other fish. Formerly known as the M.V. Rodriguez, she was built as a general cargo vessel in Hatlow, Norway in 1965 and was registered in San Lorenzo, Ho...