Lamu Island

Lamu Island is a relaxed island and life is somewhat similar to that of Stone Town Zanzibar. The Island has many small villages amidst the coconut trees and it has the most beautiful beaches in Kenya and Africa.


Old Town is the main attraction of Lamu. There are many narrow streets, and people cannot access them by cars. Visitors often walk or use donkeys to move from one point to another. The people in Lamu believe in their customs, and they have genial spirits. They are friendly towards visitors. It is hard not to be charmed by Lamu and the experiences of laughing with locals, strolling on the beach, and exploring Old Town stay with a person forever. Some small islands near Lamu that are accessible by dhows are Pate, Kiwayu, Manda, and Siyu.

Lamu is the best-preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa.



Manda Airport (IATA: LAU, ICAO: HKLU), also called Lamu Airport, is an airport in Kenya.

The easiest way to get to Lamu Island is to fly into Manda Airport (LAU), located on neighboring Manda Island. Domestic airlines like Airkenya Express, Safarilink, Fly 540, and Mombasa Safari Air offer daily flights from major cities, including Nairobi, Mombasa, and Malindi.

Lamu Island, a Unesco World Heritage Site since 2001 and a centre of Swahili and Islamic culture for over 700 years, is the most popular and most developed of the islands and its hotels have gained a well-deserved reputation for delivering a superb ‘barefoot luxury’ experience.



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