Deep sea snorkeling

Once you reach the spot, you snorkel on the surface looking below at the coral and so many fish. Some of them swim close to your face, and when you try to catch them they swim away. The world below is so beautiful. You can dive-in (underwater) but it’s pretty deep.

Had the most amazing time of my life in this out-of-this world experience. The package is about an hour. Have to go back.

Snorkeling

Zebra fish and living coral. It’s not shallow as it seems, the glass magnifies.

Snorkeling

Swimming in the ocean is not the same as in the pool!

Snorkeling

Snorkeling

Swimming without looking like an alien. Clear waters.

Snorkeling

There is rainbow at the end of the ocean (and Davy Jones treasure).

Snorkeling

Shayan the sharky. ūüėČ

Snorkeling

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Fort Jesus

Do read the history and the rich heritage of Fort Jesus built in 1593. Look at the size of the anchor, how many men must have been required to pull it up using metal chains on the deck of a galleon or a frigate! I was 7 or 8 years old when my grandfather brought me here for the first time.

In 1498 explorer Vasco De Gama was on of the first Portugese to arrive in Mombasa after rounding the Cape of Good Hope looking for a travel route to India.

Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus

Fort Jesus