KIUNGA NATIONAL MARINE RESERVE

Kiunga national park covers an area of 270 km2 and it’s situated along the Indian Ocean coast of Lamu District, Coast Province, Kenya. The reserve conserves valuable coral reefs, sea grass and extensive mangrove forests and is also a refuge for sea turtles and dugongs. The park covers an area with approximately 50 islands and coral reefs in the Lamu Archipelago. It borders the Boni and Dodori National Reserves.

Attractions

  • Coral reefs
  • Sand dune
  • Kiwayu Island
  • Sea turtles,
  • Olive ridley
  • Reef fish
  • Lobsters

 

 

 

 

 

 

What to do

  • Snorkeling
  • Water skiing
  • Sunbathing
  • Diving

 

 

 

 

 

When to go
All year round

Access:
By Road: Drive to Kiunga about 150 km east of Lamu
By Air: Fly to Dodori N. Reserve
By Water: from Lamu you can get to kiwayu Island by dhow or Speedboat