The palm-fringed beach of Manda Bay Island in Lamu archipelago is the ideal destination for honeymooners or families on a Kenya watersports holiday.
For guests in search of a hospitable, personal and welcoming environment, away from the hustle and bustle of Kenya hotels, look no further Manda Bay located on the North-Western tip of Manda Island. Adjacent to Lamu, Manda Bay lies on the calm, sun-drenched shores of the Indian Ocean.
Situated on a long palm-fringed sandy beach, it's a perfect retreat for honeymooners and families alike on a Kenya watersports holiday. Stylish beachfront and sea view cottages, discreet hosting and mouthwatering cuisine make this a castaways dream.
Choose from adventurous watersport activities or just unwind, relax and escape from the pressures of life in the fast lane. At low tide, Manda Bay boasts 3 km of beach where you can walk. This is a true island paradise.
Watersports at Manda Bay include paddle boarding, windsurfing, kayaking, banana boat rides, snorkelling and more. One of the best ways to explore the archipelago is sailing on Utamaduni (the Manda Bay Dhow), Utamaduni is a Kiswahili word meaning way of life or culture. Manda Bay has its own fishing boat called Cheza available for half-day or full-day fishing excursions during fishing season (September to May).
Manda Bay facilities include a swimming pool, exercise room, bar, dining room and sitting room.