(far apart from others) and fancy Marine National Park lies along the coast on the way to Dwarka. It was established as a national park in 1982 and is the first of its kind in India. Yet, not many people know about it. The national park is made up of 42 islands, 33 of which are surrounded by coral reef, and is home to (many different kinds of people or things) marine and bird life. Tourists are only permitted to visit a couple of the islands though. The main one, Narara Island, is (easy to get to, use, or understand) by car and a long walk during low tide. Visit during the winter, and be prepared to swim through ankle deep water on the seabed. Local guides are available. PirotinIsland can be accessed by charter boat but it’s very hard and permission needs to be received/be gotten from many government departments in advance.