Mida Ecocamp is nestled in between the Arabuko-Sokoke Forest, the mangrove coast and local villages. The centre of the camp is a platform bar / restaurant with scenic views, serving delicious spicy Giriama food cooked on two fires in a clean tiled kitchen. In the main season there is a choice of three to four main-courses and two smaller meals. In low season, it is advised to pre-book, as it would too expensive keeping fresh stock available at all times.
There are three traditional coastal huts to be chosen from: The Zanzibar Hut is the most popular one, because it offers amazing views from the first floor seating area over forest and coast. The Giriama Hut is built after Giriama traditions. The bed is located on a platform, that in old days would have been used to store maize. The furniture for the seating area has been made by town elders in the ‘old ways’. The Swahili Hut is the smallest, but definitely offers some comfort with it’s four-poster Swahili bed. All huts have concrete floor, white, clean sheets and mosquito-nets.