Its ideal for friends and nature lovers. Its location is convinient and easily accessible from malindi and Watamu.
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We visited the creek on our stay in Watamu on the Kenya's east coast, as a break between Tsavo West and East safaris. We walked with locals to see the mangroves, you get to plant a tree too! The mangroves are quite extensive extending into...More
Mida Creek has an amazing boardwalk, snaking for 100s of metres through the tidal mangrove forest and ending up at a covered platform overlooking mudflats and estuary. For a small fee you can walk along, taking a guide if you wish, and enjoy the incredible...More
It's a natural tidal creek fringed with mangroves - a great site for birding, sailing in local dhows with the 'gondolier' through the maze of channels especially at sunset. It's a nursery for turtles and fish and then a stop at Crabshack for a meal...More
The setting is beautiful, the creek itself peaceful but the only bar/resto overlooking it is rather cramped and the service soso. The beer was lukewarm. The first thing you get when you arrive is a rather brutal way of asking you an entrance fee to...More
Mida Creek is a tidal inlet that comprises different types of habitats that are influenced by the tide, for example mud and sand flats, open shallow waters and mangrove forests. Mida Creek is a recognized International Bird Area and together with Arabuko-Sokoke Forest forms a...More
My wife and I booked a dhow trip on Mida Creek with Stefano (who runs Mawe Resort in Watamu). This is a wonderfully romantic thing to do!! We were treated to a wonderful day out on the water, very well looked after, given a perfect...More
Amazing place set on stilts above the mangrove swamp, accessed via boardwalk. Fantastic for a sunset dinner with delicious food particularly the sensational crab samosas, the fried coconut and the oysters plus the fried calamari and fried prawns, washed down with a cold Tucker beer!...More