Lamu Island Tourism, Kenya
Lamu Island is an island with breathtaking views and natural with the beaches are very beautiful. Lamu Island is a part of the Lamu archipelago of Kenya. Lamu is the district capital of the coastal Province, Lamu, Kenya. The city is located on the island of Lamu has 21,000 inhabitants. Many excursions that can be visited on the island. Tourism developed from the 1970s, especially around the eighteenth century Swahili architecture and traditional culture. Lamu old town was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2001. In the old town there are old buildings are well-preserved and is the oldest building in East Africa Swahili architecture. The old town is also composed of a stone coral and mangroves. In terms of urban structure and Architecture graphic Lamu indicates cultural influences come together no more than several hundred years ago from Europe, Arabia, and India, which utilizes the technique of traditional Swahili to produce different cultures.
Anchored in Lamu Island is now like a step back in history. The wind constantly blow from the sky blue of the Indian Ocean. The turquoise waves splashed against the soft white sandy beach. The great ships of the ancient design wooden comb along the coast, white screen triangle similar to the wings of a butterfly. The ships, which contain coconut, fruits, fish, cows, chicken, and passengers, headed for the port of Lamu. Despite Lamu has lost her past vibrant traditional African culture, pre-20th century still flourish here. Under the warmth of the tropical sunshine, life goes on as the has-been. Here, anyone can see the past and the present together. Lamu Island is a unique and beautiful that nobody will be dark by the time.