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Exploring Kenya's East Coast.

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Our itinerary:Shimoni-Ukunda-Mombasa-Kilifi-Watamu-Malindi.

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QUIET WALKING:*There's a 4 km walk along the beach starting at the Maridadi to the Sand Castle Beach Bar.This stretch of beach is only frequented by locals and very few tourists.*Shanzu Beach is also very scenic and less frequented than Bambouri Beach*Mtwapa Creek is a bay with tropical flora and fauna,some small marinas and some excellent restaurants.

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From Bokoboko to the beach is a 3 km-walk.
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Mtwapa Creek
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The Moorings
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La Marina

ECOSYSTEM RECOVERY at Kuruwitu:Kuruwitu Conservation & Welfare Association is a community managed marine conservation project on Kenya's north coast.KCWA was set up in 2003 by communitymembers who were concerned about the degradation of their seas due to overfishing,uncontrolled collection of fish & coral and climate change.

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Kuruwitu Residential Area.
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Kuruwitu Beach.
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Kilifi Bridge
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Kilifi Bridge

MIDA ECOCAMP WATAMU is a community project that has been built by private donations to assist a small community on the Kenyan coast to help themselves.All the profits will be diverted into further community projects within Mida Creek in sectors as health,schooling and agriculture./em>

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Platform of bar-restaurant and Zanzibar hut.
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Sleeping under the stars and view from Zanzibar hut platform.
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Mida Creek is a tidal inlet of 32 square km.It's opening to the Indian Ocean is half a km wide.
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The creek consists of a deep channel surrounded by large sand-flats which are flooded at high tide.
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The GEDE RUINS are a historical/archaeological site along the coast in the Kilifi District and within the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest.Gede is one of many medieval Swahili-Arab coastal settlements that stretch from Mogadishu,Somalia to Mozambique.Gede's location along the coast made it an important trading center.

Gede National Monument.
Gede National Monument.
Malindi.
Malindi coastline.

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