Activities on Offer

We encourage guests to make full use of their swing bed and do as little as possible after all when does one get the chance to do nothing. For those who need more to do we have a number of options 


Swimming with wild Dolphines 

We can only offer this activate between the November and April monsoon. Louis has been going out swim with dolphins for many years and has become friendly with a number of local pods. On a good day, and when the dolphines are in the mood to play one can spend ages in the water swimming and being observed by them! 

There is a small coral island out to sea where we see the dolphins, called Kynika Rock It has excellent snorkelling and lots of different species of coulerful fish. We are also able to get onto the little island which has its own mini white beach and natural rick infinity pool to send some time while we wait for the dolphins to show them selves. 

The trip costs $USD 45.00 per person and a minimum of 4 people are needed to do the trip. We provide equipment and drinks. The trip leaves at 9am and returns around 12 Noon. 


Piki Piki Safari to Lake Kenyatta (Moterbike Ride) Cost US$20.00/per person (Minimum 2pax)

The trip starts with a short boat ride to the mainland where we jump on the back of motorbikes and get chafer driven though rural small farmlands to Lake Kenyatta where one can see lots of Hippopotamus and an incredible abidance of bird life. We then head to Mpekatoni town for a ice cold tusker or Coke at a local Bar before heading home.


Lamu Town Tour - US$80.00 for the boat (Max 6 people)

Lamu Town is the oldest and best-preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa and is a UNESCO world heritage site. When you first arrive at the main Jetty of the town it feels like you have arrived on the set of a medieval film set except this is real life! 

The trip leaves from Kizingo at 9am so as to get to the town before it gets to hot. The boat ride takes 35 minutes. We can arrange a good guide to take you round the town. A must see is the Lamu Museum, the Swahili house museum and the Market.