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The Safari Experts Africa is pleased to be taking part in the Lamu Cultural Festival to be held on the 24 - 27 November, 2011 in The Island of Lamu a world heritage site recognized by UNESCO.
Lamu Cultural Festival has been a celebration of the unique Swahili heritage of the Lamu Archipelago. Its a three day festival is a showcase of traditional dances, displays of handicraft and competitions on water and land (Swahili poetry, donkey races, dhow races, henna painting), Swahili bridal ceremony and musical performances.
The Lamu Cultural festival is a wonderful opportunity to experience the island’s unspoiled beaches, medieval ambience, architecturally magnificent Old Town, gracious population, and traditions of an enchanted island where history continues to live.
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