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Malindi Marine National Park & Reserve entrance fees

Malindi Marine National Park & Reserve entrance fees

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

This article focuses on the  Malindi Marine National Park & Reserve entrance fees.

  • It is one of the five water parks in Kenya.
  • The beautiful park is located in Malindi, along the coast of Kenya.
  • It is accessed from Marine Park Road.

Malindi Marine National Park is blessed with marine life.

It is home to more than 600 species of fish, dolphins, turtles, anemones, crabs, lobsters, cucumbers, shrimps, octopus, dugongs and various birds.

The park is also home to beautiful coral gardens, shallow reefs, seagrass beds, mangroves and mudflats.

Visitors can enjoy glass-bottom sailing, sailing, snorkeling (thanks to the park’s clear turquoise waters), camping, and walking along the beach.

Fun facts:

  • Malindi Marine National Park is the oldest marine park in Africa.
  • If you are lucky, you will be able to observe the migration of the majestic humpback whales from June to September.

Malindi Marine National Park & 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

Malindi Marine National Park and Reserve Contacts

Phone: 020 2335684

Email:  malindimarine@kws.go.ke

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