Lamu Old Town
Lamu old town is Kenya’s oldest Town and is situated on the Lamu Island north of Mombasa (225miles) Conservation Area.
Lamu Old Town is the best-preserved Swahili settlement along the East African coast having been inhabited for over 700 years while other similar neighboring settlements were long abandoned.
Lamu Old Town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001 due to its deep cultural and historical significance to the world.
The town has become a booming tourist attraction site and everyone deserves to experience the beauty of its culture, glorious architecture, sandy beaches and so much more.