Kiunga Marine National Reserve

The Kiunga Marine National Reserve helps conserve the valuable coral reefs, sea grass meadows and the mangrove forests. This biodiversity also acts as a refugee got dugongs and sea turtles. It lies next to the Dodori and Boni National Reserves in the Lamu Archipelago. The climate is generally hot and humid year round.

The sea turtles, lobsters, Olive Ridleys, crabs and Leatherbacks attract the bulk of tourist attention. Other sea life includes reef fish and sea star.

Other activities include; wind surfing, water skiing, Snorkeling and sun bathing. The sand dunes and Kiwayu Island are a must visit.

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