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Lamu  

Relatively unvisited, this island is characterful and culturally intriguing. With a rich Arab heritage combined with Swahili character, the World Heritage site and Kenya’s oldest continually inhabited town. Founded in 1370 as one of the original Swahili settlements along coastal East Africa, it is home to home to 23 mosques, including the Riyadha Mosque, which was built in 1900.

Watamu

Explore the delights of the sea at the Marine National Park of Watamu. Its coral gardens continue to delight divers while its undeveloped lush forests and pristine beaches are no less a feast for the eyes. This is the venue for relaxing and soaking up the laid back coastal life of Kenya.

Msambweni Beach House and Private Villas

This beautiful Lamu style family home is a perfect luxury getaway location. Set high on the cliffs in its own 28 acres of natural landscape, you can choose to stay either in the main house or a private villa with its own infinity swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Don’t expect to do much more here than revel in uncompromised luxury.

Hemingways Watamu

Five-star, just like its eponymous literary namesake, the boutique property of Hemingways Watamu is elegant, refined and excellently appointed for all your holiday needs. This hotel is famed for sublime seafood, its botanical pool and its onsite spa. But don’t miss out on the fishing opportunities, or sunset cruises along Mida Creek. From here you can also practise your golf swing or head off on safari. The adventures are unending, the luxury is undeniable.