Kipungani Explorer Hotel in Lamu

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Visit Kipungani Explorer for the best Malindi beach vacation accommodation.

Located on Lamu Island, two hours from Nairobi by plane and boat, Kipungani Lamu Kenya is the perfect desert island escape.

Kipungani bay Lamu hotel borders a variety of eco-systems, including mangrove creeks with barracuda, soft sands where turtles lay their eggs and the Kinyika Reef, where guests can swin with the turtles.

Along with the usual advantage of a coastal holiday, Kipungani Lamu offers a unique opportunity to discover the local culture.

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The Lamu Kenya lodge has close ties with the local villagers, who will demonstrate their ancient boat building and mat-weaving techniques and take guests fishing or prawn netting in the Dadori Nature Reserve.

Model education and health facilities have been built with the support of Kipungani and its guests.

Accommodation in the Lamu Island hotel is in 13 luxurious thatched chalets and four raised stilt houses, all with king-sized beds,palm furniture, private verandahs and bathrooms with showers and flush toilets.

Kipungani offers a variety of water sports as well as nature trails and day trips to places of interest.

Kipungani Explorer Hotel in Lamu Town Kenya

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