Lamu forms part of the Lamu Archipelago islands, found just off the coast of Northern Kenya. Holidays in Lamu are like stepping back in time, donkey is the main form of transport, and there is only one car on the island, belonging to the District Commissioner. Lamu Town is a bustling port, just off the main street which aligns the ocean; the network of narrow streets is well worth an exploration. The market, found just off the town square, is an assortment of colours, smells and tastes. Indulge in freshly caught seafood, take a sunset dhow trip or simply sit, relax and watch the world go by. The pressures of day to day life will quickly lift while you settle into ‘Lamu time’. Although a step back in time, Lamu holidays are the perfect way for you to relax!
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Kijani HouseKijani House is a small, very exclusive and charming hotel overlooking the entrance to the Shela Channel on the ancient island of Lamu. In its large tropical garden and around the two fresh-water swimming pools you will find real peace and relaxation7nts from £1,099
Manda BayThis small, private and exclusive resort is surrounded by magnificent coral gardens, empty beaches and indigenous woodland. Manda Bay is a glorious destination for both an active and leisurely holiday7nts from £2,429
Peponi HotelOpened since 1967, Peponi is a family run hotel on the exotic Indian Ocean island of Lamu. Small and personal, it is the perfect rest after a safari, or a hide-away holiday from modern life7nts from £1,449
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