Location: The villas are located on Diani Beach, considered the best beach in Kenya, where it is possible to walk for miles and miles in both directions. The coral reef offers amazing snorkeling and diving opportunities and also keeps water inside that barrier calm, making paddling and swimming a pleasure and providing perfect conditions for kite surfing.
How to get here: The villas are around one hour from Mombasa Airport and five minutes from Ukunda Airstrip.
Structure: The stylish private villas are perfect for exclusive lazy days, fine food and panoramic views. Bright and breezy, flowing fabrics and East African artefacts, carved Lamu doors and wooden beams reflect the regions link with Asia. One large veranda with large hand carved sofas and cushions dominates the front of the villa; a stretch infinity swimming pool sits on the edge of a small cliff merging into the sea and the horizon. The bigger villas take up to 10 guests in 4 spacious bedrooms, each having their own large bathroom. All rooms are air conditioned with mosquito nets (3 double rooms and 1 twin). As size and interior decor in the rooms differ.
Why staying here: Private dining is a la carte, served al fresco or in your villa – your choice, as too is the cuisine. All meals and drinks including local and imported brands of alcohol are included in the rates. Your butler is on hand to look after you from start to finish. Fresh seafood is brought in daily from the beach and includes some of the best crab, prawns, lobsters, octopus and sea fish available. The menus have a Mediterranean influence.
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If you would like to experience the social aspect of Kenya and learn more about its rich culture, this trip is specially designed for that. While still taking in the beautiful landscape and enjoying several game drives, learn more about the rice fields, tea and coffee, as well as the dance and song of Kenyan people. You will also get to relax on the shores of the pristine Indian Ocean while discovering a cultural jam of East Africa – Lamu.View full itinerary