Watamu is a little town situated on the Kenyan coast, roughly 120 km north of Mombasa and 25 km south of Malindi. The region has built up a universal notoriety for its flawless white- sand shorelines and reef-ensured tidal ponds, which line the Watamu National Marine Park and Reserves, which are the most seasoned in East Africa and spread more than 229 kmsq. The name translates to ‘sweet people’. It lies between Watamu Bay toward the north and Blue Lagoon toward the south. The shocking Turtle Bay expands south from Blue Lagoon where it meets Mida Creek.