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 Join the Majjistral Nature & Park group for an alternative experience of the Park on the beach of Golden Bay and within the Marine Protected Area of Rdum Majjiesa!
In the Summer months Majjistral Park teams up with Sharklab-Malta to hold guided snorkelling trips for groups (age 9+). The fees include the rental of equipment and an activity fee which will help fundraise nature conservation projects at Il-Majjistral Park and for marine research and awareness activities conducted by Sharklab-Malta.
In August this year, guided snorkelling will be held twice on

Dates : Saturday 10th and 17th August. 
Time - from 9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Age - 9 years and over (must be good swimmers)
Snorkelling for kids/students = €10 (with own equipment - €8)
Snorkelling for adults = €12 (with own equipment - €10)
For bookings and further info email them at walks@majjistral.org.
When booking kindly inform them of your chosen date, number of people, whether you need equipment and if so your shoe (fin) size/s.
Please note that they currently do not cater for individual requests unless it is for a pre-planned group activity.
When attending this event please say you saw it mentioned on  www.maltababyandkids.com
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