Watamu Beach

Watamu Beach 1

Watamu beach stretches for about seven kilometres south to the mouth of Mida Creek. The north end of the bay is sheltered by an ancient coral headland – providing a natural harbour for vessels. Traditionally, dhows would wey anchor here, on their trade route north or so with monsoon wind. Today, the bay provides shelter to modern sports fishing boats, glass-bottomed boats, and the occasional ngalawa or small dhow.


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