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Birding & Mangrove Tour

Fantastic destination for birdwatching; both resident migratory birds from Europe. The creek is an... read more

Reviewed February 19, 2018
Beads_Safaris
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Fun Family Time

It looks scary, it can be dangerous and people should be careful. But this place was amazing. We... read more

Reviewed August 8, 2017
chuu143
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Reviewed February 19, 2018 via mobile

Fantastic destination for birdwatching; both resident migratory birds from Europe. The creek is an important breeding site for diverse species of fish and you can spot fishermen in the morning or evening casting nets or fishing. The site is a roosting and staging site for...More

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Reviewed August 8, 2017 via mobile

It looks scary, it can be dangerous and people should be careful. But this place was amazing. We had an amazing family(20+ people with kids) quality time. This place can be used for team building outing. Companies can take a break and bring its people...More

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Reviewed August 5, 2017 via mobile

It was a shaky beginning at the board walk then we enjoyed it all. We ensured our phones were fully charged for photoshoots especially when we walked without touching the side ropes for support. The best sea view is at the finish so finishing this...More

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Reviewed May 17, 2017

This is set in the most beustful setting on Mida creek and you can see the boardwalk was wonderfully but it needs repairing for safety.

Thank Deborah G
Reviewed February 26, 2017

The Boardwalk has been built by A Rocha and their ASSETS program to help local to pay school fees with tourism attraction. You'll learne about mangrove, the creeck and ask question about fisherie to better understand the key aspect this habitat plays for people life!

Thank Raphaël N
Reviewed May 30, 2016

A combination of Beauty from Mangroves, Boardwalk, the Birds and Canoe Ride on the Ocean was a true walk through Nature. The local guide was very good and took us through identifying mangroves, crabs and other burrowing creatures to the boardwalk.

Thank Maria F
Reviewed April 3, 2015 via mobile

This was a very well worth it excursion - got to see 4 types of mangroves , different species of birds. When the tide is out you can walk on the sand deep into the "sea". Took the canoe ride around the island and when...More

Thank Kuvenashen N
Reviewed September 29, 2013

This was defintiely worth it. The boardwalk is incredibly pretty, and only 15 minutes from Watamu/Gede on a matatu. I would recommend the canoe tour as well, as you get to see some incredible crabs and get up close and personal with the mangrove trees....More

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Reviewed May 11, 2013

This is a "must go" place if you ever visit Malindi or Watamu in Kenya. Walking in the boardwalk is an unforgettable moment. Felt like I was a movie actor. I had only seen those things in movies. The end of the boardwalk opens to...More

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Diana N
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Response from jackykowa | Reviewed this property |
Never late than never I guess. You will not use a boat to go to Mida creek but the road. While at Mida, you use small boats to go to the Islands and they start from 1,000ksh. Hope it helps.
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Damakirao
August 10, 2016|
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Response from Raphaël N |
minimum Ksh350/= but as the money goes for a eco-boursary scheme, it worth being generous!
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