Discover the beauty of Kenya’s Magical Coastline…

Lamu Island is a characteristic beach and cultural travel destination in Africa. With a rich history that dates back to the 14th century, the island represents an age when life was much simpler, and you will quickly forget the stress and busy pace of the city life. In 2001, UNESCO honoured the old town of Lamu as a World Heritage Site. The island is situated in the archipelago of the same name and shares the area with several other islands, including the two other larger islands of Pate and Manda. Access to these islands is primarily by boat, as only a small channel separates the islands from mainland Kenya.

Lamu Island boasts a number of unique accommodation styles from quaint luxury boutique hotels to traditional authentic experiences. Let us know what you are looking for and we would be happy to find you your perfect match.

Lamu Hotels