Legends of Lamu

Lamu is ancient, exotic, and mysterious.  Kenya’s oldest inhabited Swahili town, Lamu feels like a time gone by. Cobblestone pathways, just wide enough for donkeywind through walls and homes made of coral, sand and lime. There are no cars, there are no streets.  Famous for its Swahili architecture, Lamu is a UNESCO World Heritage siteIt is a fusion of ancient worlds— the locals speak Swahili, the architecture is Middle Eastern, and the curry and spice is Indian. Its charm and character flow from centuries of loving care. place to relax and reflect. Wander the beaches, laze in a hammock, swim in the Indian Ocean, and sail along the coast at sunset under the lateen sail of an old-world dhow 

5 days - 4 nights
Parks and Locations
Lamu Island, Manda Island
Bush Plane, Boat transfer, Walking
Included Activities
Explore Lamu Town, Craft shopping, Visit Donkey Sanctuary, Visit the Lamu Museum, Relax at the beach, Kayaking, Tour the Shela and Takwa Swahili ruins
Optional Activities
Sailing, Sunset dhow cruise, Snorkeling or diving, Deep sea fishing, Water skiing, Wind surfing, Inflatable tube rides
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