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Hotell
“coffee in the morning by the sea , with great breakfasts , an Old Pal or Dawa cocktail as pre dinner drinks and mix with the special crowd you always find at the Peponi Bar . The restaurant has excellent seafood selections , a favourite for us is the "white fish carpaccio" . Carol the host will be able to tell you when the next turtle hatching is coming , dont miss it and support the good cause.”
  • 7 lokalkjente anbefaler
Beach
“Get a full introduction of the region, both past and present. You will see a fascinating collection of the Swahili, Pokomo, Orma, Boni and other hinterland tribes.”
  • 5 lokalkjente anbefaler
Lodging
“This excellent new restaurant has a daily changing menu that combines fresh local ingredients with global influences. Go on, treat yourself to Tahitian-style fish, miso-grilled aubergine or tamarind crab. Eat surrounded by local art or on the breezy, semiprivate terrace overlooking the sea.”
  • 3 lokalkjente anbefaler
Lodging
“Right in front of the main jetty, Petley's is the local watering hole for just about everyone. In fact, it's the only non-hotel bar in Lamu to serve alcohol. Expect almost anything, from good fun and merriment to enough hassle to speed you through the doors.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Lodging
“On the other side of the channel on Manda Island at the beachfront this place is perfect for lunch and drinks. They have sunbeds and shade!”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Lodging
“There are waterfront restaurants all over the place, but the Stopover’s friendly staff and excellent grub (of the spicy Swahili-seafood sort) make it a cut above the competition, particularly the seafood curries. Great fruit juices, too. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Point of Interest
“A man without a donkey is a donkey, claims one Swahili proverb. Or, as the staff of this sanctuary might tell you, a man who doesn’t look after his donkey is a donkey. With around 3000 donkeys active on Lamu, Equus asinus is the main form of transport here. Visitors are free to visit the sanctuary and learn about its work – donations appreciated.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Premise
“This squat castle was built by the Sultan of Paté between 1810 and 1823. From 1910 right up to 1984 it was used as a prison. It now houses the island’s library, which holds one of the best collections of Swahili poetry and Lamu reference work in Kenya, while the upstairs walkway is a gallery space for temporary exhibitions (stunning photos of the Tana River delta, when we visited). Entry is free with a ticket for Lamu Museum.”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Natural Feature
“The best place to stay is on Manda Island. This is where Africas first barefoot beach lodge was established 35 years ago, among  the palms of Ras Kildini. It used to be known as the Blue Safari Club. Now given a complete makeover it is Manda Bay, and offers seriously good seafood along with all kinds of water sports, from big game fishing to snorkelling in the pellucid waters off Manda Toto. It’s also the only place where people are known to play croquet on the beach at low tide. ”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
Restaurant
“The Stopover’s friendly staff and excellent grub (of the spicy Swahili-seafood sort) make it a cut above the competition, particularly the seafood curries. Great fruit juices, too.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Restaurant
“The best of the Shela cheapies. Hidden away in the alleys behind the shorefront mosque, this tiny greeny-turquoise cafe does the usual stews and ugali (a staple made from maize or cassava flour, or both).”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Establishment
“Historic site and beautifully preserved buildings and monuments - Also the Manda Beach on the other side it great for a swim in huge waves”
  • 2 lokalkjente anbefaler
African Restaurant
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“Particularly strong when it comes to seafood dishes and slightly set back from the waterfront, this is the best restaurant in town. Feast on the likes of fish tacos with mango salsa, ginger crab with coconut rice and such crowd pleasers as chicken and chips.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Lodging
“This squat castle was built by the Sultan of Paté between 1810 and 1823. From 1910 right up to 1984 it was used as a prison. It now houses the island’s library, which holds one of the best collections of Swahili poetry and Lamu reference work in Kenya, while the upstairs walkway is a gallery space for temporary exhibitions (stunning photos of the Tana River delta, when we visited). Entry is free with a ticket for Lamu Museum.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Point of Interest

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Restaurant
“The Stopover’s friendly staff and excellent grub (of the spicy Swahili-seafood sort) make it a cut above the competition, particularly the seafood curries. Great fruit juices, too.”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler
Restaurant
“The best of the Shela cheapies. Hidden away in the alleys behind the shorefront mosque, this tiny greeny-turquoise cafe does the usual stews and ugali (a staple made from maize or cassava flour, or both).”
  • 1 lokalkjent anbefaler

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