Experience pristine paradise at Kiwayu Island, part of the Lamu Archipelago in the far north of the Kenyan coast. White coral, virgin beaches stretch for miles, bordered by crystal clear waters. Dolphins and whales are regular visitors and the area is perfect for snorkelling, water sports, laser sailing and deep-sea fishing expeditions. See contemporary coastal life on a visit to the island’s two villages, go for a picnic, explore mangrove forests, coves and caves, your options are many! Game drives in the the mainland, at the Boni and Dodori reserves that border the island, can also be a welcome break.