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Lamu Island is becoming a more and more fashionable hideaway of the jet-set society and refuge for nature lovers.
The island is the cradle of Swahili culture and has a unique style and look close to the "Moorish" flavour and the oreintalism. Its traditions have been totally maintained and its "capital" Lamu Town belongs to the Unesco World Heritage. What also makes the island so unique is its tranquillity (there are no cars on the island), everything is processed or transported by dhows (Latin Sails boats) and donkeys. What makes its so special : its 15 kms of untouched sand dunes lining the beach.