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About Baracuda Diving in Kenya

Baracuda Diving is the oldest SCUBA diving operation in Kenya, teaching people how to dive since 1978. The team facilitates deep see diving exposing divers to over 20 million tropical marine life. It has some of the biggest boats with incomparable ScubaPro equipment as well as well trained multilingual staffing team.

Welcome experienced and aspiring divers! Welcome to the Kenyan coast, our home, and into the biggest National Marine Reserve in East Africa, where Baracuda Diving Team is the longest running SCUBA diving operation – teaching people how to dive since 1978.

Not that we are bragging, but our boats are the biggest, our prices are the cheapest, and our ScubaPro equipment cannot be matched! But don’t take our word for it – come see for yourself and have a free go in the pool.

Leaving Kenya without taking a dip in the Indian Ocean, is like visiting Italy and not trying the pizza – outrageous! Trust us to introduce you to all our underwater residents – from the gentle giants – the whale sharks – to the smallest and most colourful of nudi branches, and to most, if not all, 20 million tropical marine fish in the area. Fly undisturbed by sound or gravity, inches away from pristine gardens of soft and hard coral, and enjoy a cooler, less hectic, Africa, accompanied by our dedicated multilingual instructors and underwater guides. Baracuda Diving

Over the years in Kenya diving has become one of the most popular sports. Kenya has a very large number of Diving Operators. The leading Diving Operator in Mombasa is Baracuda Diving Team.
We have a wide range of boats, top of the range ScubaPro equipment and well trained/multilingual staff.

In the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean there are more than 20 million tropical Marine Fish.

On every dive you will find yourself swimming among shoals of fish and floating above breathtakingly beautiful hard and soft corals. In addition Kenya is one of the few places in the world where there is a 90% chance of seeing reef sharks plus the biggest fish in the sea, the whale shark. Whale sharks are particularly impressive as the cruise slowly through the water feeding their 10 meter bodies with the plentiful plankton.

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Water visibility is good and can range from 10 to 30 metres. Temperatures never go below 25°c and in the summer can reach up to 30°c . This combination provides an exquisite diving experience.
Welcome aboard for the time of your life.

Diving in Kenya

Over the years in Kenya diving has become one of the most popular sports. Kenya has a very large number of Diving Operators. The leading Diving Operator in Mombasa is Baracuda Diving Team.
We have a wide range of boats, top of the range ScubaPro equipment and well trained/multilingual staff.
Sea Life

In the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean there are more than 20 million tropical Marine Fish.
On every dive you will find yourself swimming among shoals of fish and floating above breathtakingly beautiful hard and soft corals. In addition Kenya is one of the few places in the world where there is a 90% chance of seeing reef sharks plus the biggest fish in the sea, the whale shark. Whale sharks are particularly impressive as the cruise slowly through the water feeding their 10 meter bodies with the plentiful plankton.

Visibility & Temperature

Water visibility is good and can range from 10 to 30 metres. Temperatures never go below 25°c and in the summer can reach up to 30°c . This combination provides an exquisite diving experience.
Dive Seasons

Optimal diving takes place between the months of November and April of each year. You can expect pleasant weather, the best visibility and an abundance of sea life during this period. Outside of this season is the rainy season which provides for a poor diving experience, so be sure to take make the most out of your Christmas holiday break and come dive with us!

 Baracuda Diving Contacts

Road / Street: Off Malindi Road, Shanzu
Telephone: +254 712 341337/+254 733 563085
Email: info@divingbaracuda.com
Website: http://divingbaracuda.com/

 

 



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