Manda Bay is a lovely owner run lodge set on the north-western tip of Manda Island, one of the islands in the Lamu archipelago. It is surrounded by calm in-land waters with sandy beaches (it is tidal) and provides the perfect place for all to relax, enjoy and take part in any number of waterborne activities. Rather like a safari camp it has a central dining/bar area and meals can be taken alone or around a big table with other guests.
Accommodation & Facilities
There are sixteen rooms constructed from local materials all with ensuite facilities, fans and large walk-in mosquito nets. The home cuisine is excellent, mainly seafood and meals times are flexible to work around all activities.
Wildlife & Activities
Activities include creek fishing, snorkelling, cultural visits to some of the many ruins, bird-watching, visits to Lamu (30 minutes by speed boat), sailing, water skiing, diving, kite surfing, overnight and sundowner trips on their 60ft dhow.
If you’re interested in staying in Manda Bay as part of a safari holiday in Kenya, give our African experts a call. We regularly visit the lodges and camps we recommend and are ready to offer great advice on constructing your perfect holiday.