Willyama is a thrilling spot with a wreck for scuba diving, located in Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula. This 2705 tons of steamer met its fate in 1897 at Rhino's Head Marion Bay. A mast sticks out of the water and the rest of the wreck lies scattered around the bottom.
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Scuba Diving in Kisima Mungu Reef, Diani Beach, Coast Province Kenya
Kisima Mungu is a long drift dive on a gentle sloping reef in an area where there are great currents, thus offering amazing marine life. The spot accommodates intermediate divers and is a 5 minute boat ride. Although it is not rich in coral, it is famous for sightings of rare marine species.
You may come across many ghost pipe fish, guitar rays, turtles and occasionally the white tips, lying at the bottom further out from the reef. Average diving depths here stand at 10 m/33 ft while visibility stands at 12 m/40 ft. Water temperatures stand at 28°C/82.4°F.
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Tuesday to Saturday the charge is 13$ for 100 balls per head. On Sundays we give a discount whereby the charge is 10$ for 150 balls per person, which is inclusive of the protective gears and all the equipment used in the game.
We also have lunchbox packages that go for 20$ and salad packages for 15$ inclusive of the game. Each game session goes for 1 hour and 30 minutes.
We are open from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm.