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Unwind With Friends And Family At One Of The Best East Africa Resorts

Posted on: December 4, 2016

Those who love to bask in the sun, enjoy bathing in the blue waters of the ocean, like to walk on the fine white sand and build sandcastles often choose to visit Lamu Island, a part of the Lamu Archipelago of Kenya. The Lamu old town is a popular destination for the visitors who want to see the oldest and the best-preserved Swahili settlements. The Majlis, one of the most popular East Africa resorts, is the perfect destination for visitors who want to spend their vacations in the lap of nature. It is an idyllic, stylish, unique, and luxurious beach resort on Manda Island in the Lamu archipelago. The resort is one of the most preferred accommodation options that have superbly appointed luxury suites built in traditional style, yet equipped with all the western comforts.

The resort provides numerous sought after recreational activities focusing on wellness, sailing, water sports, the Swahili culture, and fishing. Breathtaking views and perfect settings make it one of the most preferred destinations for honeymooners who want to enjoy the calm, serene, and solitary environment of the resort. The privately owned luxury beach resort offers 25 exquisite suites and deluxe rooms. The suites are divided into 3 beachfront villas. Each villa opens to the beach and has a private veranda with mesmerizing sea view. There are many East Africa resorts; however, they do not match the elegance and luxury offered by the Majlis. The resort is uniquely constructed by using the archipelago’s natural resources including white coral blocks with hand carved timber. The villas are beautifully integrated among the indigenous trees and plants. The construction and the interiors evoke the East African heritage.

The resort offers various facilities such as swimming pools, bars, restaurant, activity center, etc. The beach hotel is also a perfect destination for arranging corporate events, weddings, or reception parties. The boutique hotel offers an exotic vacation, a beach getaway, or safari trips. The visitors can indulge in various recreational activities including boat excursions, safari, cultural excursions, fishing, water sports and snorkeling, etc. They can visit Lamu Town which is the oldest living Swahili town in Kenya. The architecture and rich Swahili influences of the town make it one of the most charming spots for the holidays. There are various museums and ruins to visit in the town. The Majlis works with the local community and conserves the environment. The resort is an Eco-friendly resort and one of its own kind among the East Africa resorts. To know more about the resort, visit