Watamu what to do and to see

Welcome to Lonno Lodge & Welcome in Watamu.

We will be happy if you decide to stay here at the Lodge Lonno. We would like to tell you that we like to see you all day in the pool or at our restaurant but, in reality, this is not the case. Watamu is a beautiful place, full of things to discover and we think it’s part of our job to help you discover this fishing village, its coast and its sea. There are so many things you can do while in Watamu, that enjoying a relaxing lie- on-the-beach holiday can be difficult! Ask us for more information.

Watamu what to do?

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Watamu what to do – Know its history.

Watamu Marine National Park and Reserve was established in 1968 with Malindi Marine National Park and Reserve. They were established by the Kenyan government. Watamu Marine Park is now part of a UN recognised World Biosphere Reserve

Watamu what to do – Wildlife.

The park’s coral reefs form the physical and biological backbone of the area. With over 150 species of hard and soft corals, such as brain corals, fan corals and sponges, it provides for abundant nutrients for fish. The main park has over 500 species of fish and the reserve over 1000. There are also whale sharks, manta rays, octopus and barracuda as some of the larger species in the park.

Watamu also has different species of turtles and a turtle watch program which has managed to secure the main park’s beach as a 99% viable sea turtle nesting site for endangered sea turtles. This beach is patrolled and monitored vigorously.The turtles nesting in Watamu include the Green, Hawksbill and Olive Ridley turtles.

Watamu what to do – Move your self in the area.

Moving in Watamu and to the local attractions is really simple. Our minivan (or the Land Rover, in the case of more challenging routes) and our driver are available for our customers. If our vehicles are already busy with other customers, a taxi will be at Lonno Lodge in only 10 minutes. Rates are displayed at the reception.
For small displacements the characteristic and economic Tuk-Tuks are everywhere.
Customers will also enjoy free use of our mountain bikes.
For small tours to Mida Creek is also available our boat

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