Mike’s Camp

Lamu Archipelago

A romantic and adventurous eco-camp, surrounded by dunes, white beaches and mangrove forests.

Location

On the dunes of Kiwayu Island in the Lamu Archipelago, in the Kiunga Marine National Reserve.

Accommodation

7 spacious and comfortable bandas, individually designed, made of wood and woven palm leaves. Each has private veranda and en-suite bathroom.

Activities

Scuba diving, snorkeling, kite surfing and wake boarding, fly fishing and deep sea fishing. Kayak, dhow and motor boat excursions. Scenic flights by plane, visit to the local Swahili villages and the town of Lamu.

Wildlife

The waters around the island are home to whales, dolphins, marlin, sailfish, dorado, barracuda and a multitude of reef fish. Sea turtles nest on the beaches, while mangrove forests host many species of water birds.

Why

A remote and wild island to live “barefoot”, with 11 km of deserted beaches washed by the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. The Kiunga Marine National Reserve: beaches and sand dunes, mangrove forests and coral reefs teeming with life. The wide variety of activities, from diving to deep sea fishing, from kayaking to kite surfing.