County Government of Lamu
Situated along Kenya’s northern coastline near Somalia, the Lamu Archipelago is a charming group of islands consisting of Lamu, Manda, Pate, and Kiwayuu. Lamu town serves as the headquarters of Lamu District, one of the six districts in Kenya’s Coast Province. The region shares borders with the Indian Ocean to the east, the Tana River District to the south-west, the Garissa District to the north, and the Republic of Somalia to the north-east.
Encompassing a land surface area of 6,474.7 square kilometers, the county comprises not only the mainland but also more than 65 islands that form the Lamu Archipelago. The total coastline length is 130 kilometers, and the land water mass area measures 308 square kilometers.