Dolphine Dhow Wasini Island

1 Day


This 12-hour excursion from Mombasa offers a variety of experiences off the Kenyan coast, from dolphin spotting to snorkeling to seafood. Aboard a dhow, a traditional style of sailboat used in the Indian Ocean region, watch for dolphins who often swim beside the boat and stop at a reef for a guided snorkel. You’ll have lunch on Wasini Island, enjoying fresh fish and crab brought daily to the beach by local fishermen, who may be seen waving from their dugout canoes. Hotel transport is provided in Mombasa.


Arrive Shimoni village and start going for the historical slave cave tour. Get detailed information with a guide inside the huge cave. Then head to Wasini Island Reef for a wonderful snorkeling with no time limit. See fish and colourful corals. Go for Swahili lunch at Wasini Island. Cooked rice,fish,potatoes, fruits, pan cake,soda or water. Go for a walk to the coral garden board walk. See old corals and mangrove forest. After all this relax about then go to dhow boat. Put up the sail and start cruising along the shore enjoying the breeze under the latin sail with a drink and snacks. Take pictures of the surrounding view of Tanzania, sun retires changing to orange. Enjoy the sunset show cruise. When sun is down, ride back to Shimoni for the safe way back to the hote

Your full-day tour starts with hotel pickup for the transfer to the water, where you'll board an Arabian-style dhow. All equipment is provided on board, including cushions, towels, masks, snorkels, fins, and diving gear. Your captain and crew welcome you with a fresh fruit cocktail, and then you'll head out to protected waters, where your guide takes you on a snorkeling tour of the variety of fish and coral. If needed, assistance can be given with the use of life rings and/or life jackets. If you don't want to snorkel or only want to snorkel for a short time, there is space on the show to relax or hop on the accompanying dinghy for a glass-bottomed view of the water without getting wet. Keep your eyes open for dolphins, too. Chilled sodas and mineral water are available throughout the tour (does not include alcoholic drinks), and you'll visit a private restaurant on Wasini Island for lunch. Your meal is followed by a tropical fruit platter, Arabic coffee, and traditional Simsim

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Dolphine Dhow Wasini Island