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Kiunga Marine National Reserve entrance fees

Kiunga Marine National Reserve entrance fees

Last updated on June 9th, 2023 at 08:10 pm

This is the Kiunga Marine National Reserve entrance fees.

  • It is one of five national parks in Kenya managed by KWS.
  • The park is located in northern Kenya in the Lamu region.
  • He played a major security role in Boni and Dodori.

Kiunga National Marine Reserve is made up of 50 islands. It includes mangrove forests, mudflats, lagoons, dunes, beaches, seagrass beds, coral reefs and dugongs.

The 270 square kilometer reserve is home to a variety of fish, turtles, lobsters, sea urchins, lobsters, sea cucumbers, brittlestars, starfish, dugongs, crabs and a variety of birds.

Kiunga is the best place for snorkeling, diving, swimming, windsurfing, sunbathing and water skiing.

While in Kiunga Marine National Reserve, visit Kiwayu Island.

Fun fact: Kiunga is the tallest mangrove tree in Kenya.

Kiunga Marine National Reserve Entrance Fees

High season Rates – July to February

Kenyan Residents/E.A CitizensCharges
AdultKsh 200
Child/StudentKsh 125
Non-Residents
Adult15 USD
Child/Student10 USD

Low Season Rates – March to June

Kenyan Residents/E.A CitizensCharges
AdultKsh 150
Child/StudentKsh 125
Non-Residents
Adult10 USD
Child/Student10 USD

Kiunga Marine National Reserve contacts

Phone: 0721 686 034

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