- Animal Reserves
Boni-Dondori National Reserve, Kiunga Marine National Reserve.
- Geographical View Points
Ancient sea-view points.
- Agricultural Activities
The people of Lamu are mainly small scale farmers. Subsidiary crops include, sorghum, cashew nuts, coconut, beans and rice.
Sisal is grown on large scale as a cash crop.
- Coastal Public Beaches and Coral Reefs
Lamu Public Beach and numerous beaches along Lamu coastal line.
- Unique Attraction Sites, Festivals and Activities
The Lamu Cultural Festival, Maulidi Festival, Matondoni Dhow Making Village, .
- National Museums
Lamu National Museum.
- Lodges and Resorts
Msafini Hotel, Peponi Hotel Lamu, Lamu Guest House, Petleys Inn Hotel, Kijani Hotel, Palace Hotel, Sunsail Hotel, Stone House Hotel, Fatumas Tower Guest House.
- Ruins, Historical and Archaeological Sites
Lamu Fort, Takwa Ruins, Siyu Fort, Lamu Old Town, Pate Ruins.
- Tourist Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks) and Gardens
Swahili House, German Post Office. There are very many ancient recreational grounds. Lamu Town also has an airstrip and a modern port under
construction which will serve all the East African countries. Monetary institutions (banks) available in Lamu town and other major trading
centres in the county, police stations and posts, learning institutions and medical facilities and petrol stations also available. Sporting activities also done in Lamu County.
There are also very many curio shops at various spots in the county which sell artifacts and jewellery.
- Inland Beaches and Fishing
Manda Island, Pate Island, fishing is a major activity for the locals living in Lamu.
- The Indian Ocean
The Ocean has greatly influenced tourism in Lamu County. There are numerous public beaches and beach resorts and hotels that provide services
to both local, regional and international tourists that visit Lamu County and other coastal counties every year.
Lamu Town is located on the main coastline of Kenya. The town is accessible by road, air and sea. Lamu Town lies at the mouth of the Lamu Port,
Southern Sudan Ethiopia Transport (LAPSET) corridor project which will see the town develop into a resort city by the year 2030. The construction of the
harbour and docks in Lamu are already underway, which will see the town become a major port in East Africa. The project will also see the construction
of a major railway and road network which will pass through Isiolo, to Marsabit into Ethiopia and Southern Sudan.