The Malindi Marine Park Beach spans about 1.5 kilometers and ends at a radio tower on top a huge rock. Similar to the silver sands, swimming is also enjoyable during high tides and exploration is done during low tides. A bit of caution is to be taken while exploring as the corals and rocks are sharp-edged. This beach should be the focus for anyone who is interested in diving, snorkeling and boat trips. Boat trips are negotiable and are dependent on the season. Entrance fee is usually about 12 €. A resting wooden deck will cost you 2 €. When one orders a drink or wants to dine, then their food and drinks will be served to where they are.Tidal island off the Marine Park
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