Mida Creek is located south of Malindi, just near Watamu and it covers about 32 square kilometres.
It is a mudflat that emerges with the low tides and it is surrounded by mangrove forests which attract a wide range of wildlife.
Along the coves many species can be observed including kingfishers, egrets, osprey, sea eagle, yellow-billed and woolly-necked storks, grey and black headed herons.
Along the sandy areas instead, there are various kinds of crabs, such as the ghost crab and fiddler crab.
It is possible to rent canoes and visit this exceptional ecosystem in the best way possible.