About A Housefull Day at Malindi Marine National Reserve, Kenya
Nature and its secrets are vast and there is no end to them. As a result, Malindi Marine National Reserve is now laid open in view to all who are coming to Kenya. Established in 1976 about 120kms from Mombasa Malindi Town, the Reserve is a cooling escape for your eyes if you immensely support marine ecosystem. With a sprawled vicinity of approximately 6 sq km, it diverts your attention towards on a reserve 213 sq km spreading 3.5 nm seaward, and thus motivates you to plan a sightseeing trip soon to explore its waters. Further, it also borders Watamu and Malindi Marine National Parks, where iety of coral islets are spotted, strikingly Whale island while you step into Mida Creek in the Watamu Marine National Park. However, appreciate the idealized biodiversity of this locale. Incredibly, Malindi Marine National Park, and its sister water-world, Watamu Marine National Reserve is a consecrated place that unbolts the gates for assorted adventures like swimming, rock pool dabbling, diving, snorkeling, etc. Rather you can confirm from your loved ones who have been to this place that it is an intimate spot for both outlanders as well as Kenyans who crave for flavorsome Kenya's coast. Besides, other habitats contain andy beaches and mangrove forests, fringing reefs, gazetted forest reserves, and historical emphasis is on Vasco da Gama pillar erected more or less 500 years ago. Venture into quaint 15th-century architecture of this town, and relish the coastal tastings, ride on local buses, involved fish markets, fresh and smooth beach life, etc. and thus sample out some authentic moments.