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Lamu Cultural Festival

Lamu Cultural Festival is a celebration of both the past and the future, and the beliefs and traditions that are the heart and soul of the Lamu community. Every year Lamu comes to life during the Lamu Cultural  Cultural Festival which  is a three-day event highlighting Lamu’s heritage, as Kenyans come together to celebrate both […]


Kilifi Accommodations

Kilifi is a resort town on the coast of Kenya , 56 kilometres northeast by road of Mombasa. The town lies on the Kilifi Creek and sits on the estuary of the Goshi River.  It is known for its white sandy beaches and for its rich historical background. Places like the ruins of Mnarani, including mosques and tombs, dating from the […]


Tropical Manda Island, Lamu

Manda Island is one of the most famous islands of the archipelago of Lamu, a group of seven major islands and a myriad of small islands surrounded by coral reefs, with the coast shrouded by dense mangrove frames between which there are stunning beaches of white sand and clumps of palm trees that make a perfect […]


Top Lamu Accommodations

Lamu archipelago, consisting of an island, Lamu town and villages, lies along the Kenya coast north of Mombasa, and is Kenya’s oldest town still in existence. Lamu began life centuries ago as a swahili settlement and today still retains the charm and mystique of an ancient town, where vehicles are not allowed, transport is by […]


Richness of Lamu

Lying just off Kenya’s far north coast is a string of beautiful Indian Ocean islands – Lamu, Manda, Pate, Kiwayu and Manda Toto – known collectively as the Lamu Archipelago. An area of archaeological and historical interest as well as great natural beauty, these islands are well worth visiting for a more tranquil and away-from-the-crowds Kenya […]