What would you like to do during your stay at Lonno Lodge?

Simply relaxing? Learning History? Practicing Sports or Exploring Wilderness? You can get them all.

If you only have a couple of days off for yourself you do not have too much time to hang around, and you’ll probably spend your days relaxing and tanning and enjoying the good life of the Lodge. Watamu has several attractions you can visit in an hour or two, and depending on your taste, and wishes, you can find yourself fully immerged in nature, in history or in sport activites. Here are a few hints, with our suggestions to better experience Watamu and the North Coast of Kenya.

Something simple ..

That’s right: spending the whole day laying around.

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Start your tour of Watamu directly from the Lodge. We can help you to get a taxi, but surely the greatest way to enjoy this tour is to take one of the so common Tuk Tuk that will stay with you for the whole tour.

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Watamu is still a small fisherman’s village. What better perspective than the sea to give us a glimpse of its most authentic side?

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Low tide,Watamu beach

Stay beside the swimmingpool to get a tan, go for a walk at low tide or go snorkeling to see the incredible Kenya sea life.

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Historical Kenya ..

Gedi is still an unsolved mystery: after much research and various studies, no one can say with certainty what really happened to the village and its inhabitants.

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Lamu Old Town is the oldest and best- preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa, retaining its traditional functions.

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Energies to burn ..

Three great Golf courses available at short distance.

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Aldo

Enjoy a bike ride on the coast with these mountain bikes freely available to our guests, or rent a Quad to explore the interior from the coast.

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Kitesurfing, Scuba Diving, Deep Sea Fishing .. wow!

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Wildlife & Wilderness ..

An indentation in the East coast of Kenya, full of natural channels for small boats, crabs, and mangroves, the only trees that grow in the sea.

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An unusual yet worthy off-road journey to see sand dunes, birds and deserted beaches, following the last kilometer that the Sabaki river travels before pouring its red waters in the Indian Ocean.

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