Manda Bay is a small privately owned boutique lodge located on the northern tip of Manda Island in the Lamu archipelago on Kenya’s coast. An unspoilt, secluded location where you can switch off from the rest of the world, take your shoes off and enjoy simplistic beauty in palm thatched cottages and open living spaces. Manda Bay combines the ultimate bush and beach experience with miles of soft white sand on a private beach and Coconut palms mixed with Doum palms, Acacia Tortilis and a variety of wildlife.
The small boutique lodge located on the tip of an unspoiled, idyllic island in Lamu’s archipelago where you kick off your shoes and enjoy simplistic beauty in palm-thatched cottages and open living spaces.
Manda Bay is full of palm trees such mean for stunning sunsets. They also have the most delicious coconuts on them – make sure to get coconut water straight from the tree after a day in the sun!
Manda Bay is known for its stunning beaches, clear turquoise waters, and abundant marine life, making it a popular destination for snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing. The area surrounding Manda Bay is also home to a diverse range of wildlife, including monkeys, crocodiles, and various species of birds.
Lamu, on the other hand, is a historic town located on the nearby island of the same name. It is one of the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlements in East Africa and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Lamu is known for its narrow streets, traditional architecture, and vibrant cultural scene, including music, dance, and festivals.
Overall, Manda Bay and Lamu are both beautiful and unique destinations that offer visitors a chance to experience the natural beauty and cultural richness of Kenya’s northern coast.
Manda Bay is the perfect escape for families, honeymooners, and couples looking for the ultimate ‘no shoes, no news’ experience and is renowned for its wonderfully relaxed atmosphere with a variety of activities on offer.