Mombasa Marine Park & Reserve is located along the east coast of Kenya. The marine park covers an area of 10 km²/3.86 mi² that is around 2500 ac/10.12 km² and the reserve a massive area of 200 km²/77.22 mi² which is around 49400 ac/199.91 km². Since it is located close to most of all the touristic areas, its beaches are one of the most visited and a great deal of activities take place at the same time.
- ABOUT THE SPOT
Scuba Diving in Cristobal Colon, North Rock, Bermuda
Bermuda is surrounded by shipwrecks, the majority of which can be rated as amazing dive sites. But the most notable and at the same time the biggest shipwreck here is Cristobal Colon.
It was a Spanish Steam liner that sank in 1936. Nowadays it lies between North Rock and North Breaker. What makes this dive site so special is the vast number of ship parts that are almost intact, such as engines, propellers, steam turbines and the outstanding marine life. Divers are able to see soft and hard corals, an abundance of reef fish, barracuda and even sea turtles.
The average depth here is 14 m/45.9 ft and the maximum depth is 16.8 m/55.1 ft. In addition, visibility is good and varies from 10 m/32.8 ft to 30 m/98.4 ft. Note that access to the spot is by boat. Finally, the ideal period to visit Cristobal Colon is during spring and fall months and it accommodates both the beginner and more experienced diver.