Hemmed with curling mangrove trees, this tidal inlet hosts exotic fish and rare birds. From the deck of your dhow, gaze out at Sita Ruins, perhaps once the thriving sea-port of Gede. Or let the tide carry you gently as you swim the shady channels between the mangroves. When the tide starts to come in, follow the board walk to the bird-hide at the northern peak of the creek. From here, you can watch the waders picking their way across the mudflats. The crab plover and other migratory birds breed here. You’ll also see the resident ibis, fish eagle, greater flamingo, yellow-billed stork and egret among the mangroves.