Overview & Attractions
The Lamu Archipelago is a small cluster of islands situated on Kenya's northern coastline. The largest of the islands include Lamu, Manda, Pate and Kiwayu, each offering a peaceful retreat with endless beaches and crystal clear waters. Lamu Island is known for having the oldest living Swahili town, with many of the narrow streets remaining unchanged. Very few vehicles are on the island and donkeys and dhows remain the prime forms of transport.
Manda Bay Lodge
Manda Bay is situated beside miles of soft sand beach, with fascinating creeks and small islets to explore. This resort is located on an unspoilt, idyllic island found in the romantic Lamu archipelago. A perfect place for relaxation and revitalisation.
Situated on the northern peninsula of Manda Island surrounded by miles of palm-fringed, silky sand beaches and intriguing creeks.
This hotel, which opened in 1967, embraces the Swahili culture of Lamu, which, centuries ago, spread down the coast from the north.
Peponi is still run by the Korschen family, and it has retained much of the character and charm that it had then.
Small and personal, it is the perfect rest after a safari, or a hideaway holiday from modern life.
This hotel is situated on the exotic Indian Ocean Island of Lamu, just off the coast of Kenya.
A small, exclusive and charming hotel set in large tropical gardens overlooking the entrance to the Shela Channel, a few kilometres from Lamu Town.
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