Lamu Yoga Festival
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Latest News from Lamu
Lamu Island is a peaceful sanctuary. It only takes 4 hours to walk the whole way round it and has a tiny population. So, honestly, there's not many newsworthy stories to tell you about. But when something does happen, we like to share it! Particularly when it's good news...
It's such great news that the turtle population in the Lamu archipelago has, thanks to the efforts of the Lamu Marine Conservation Trust, risen by 50% in recent times. Find out more about their work and the island community by watching this great video.
2020 Yoga Festival
After the success of last year's 6th Lamu Yoga Festival, we're pleased to let you know that the dates for the 7th Festival will be from 4-8 March 2020. Around 400 yogis attended in 2019, along with 30 teachers from all over the world, so next year's is bound to be a similar success. Find out more by visiting lamuyoga.org
Thank you Norway
This is no ordinary cooker! It's an incredibly efficient waste incinerator that will help keep our gorgeous island clean in the most ecological way possible. So, a big thank you to our friends in Norway.
Lamu Island Tourism
There's been a noticeable up-tick in visitors to the Lamu archipelago in the last couple of years. It's still delightfully peaceful and laid-back, so we're not talking about vast throngs of tourists. Just a happy improvement in numbers that's great for the local economy.
Diving from Lamu is best from November to March. There is only one specialist dive operator in Lamu who we can put you in touch with either before you arrive or during your stay. It's run by a very friendly Englishman and the diving is from a traditional dhow at sites around one and a half hours sailing time from the island.