Lantana Galu Beach
“The perfect combination of home comfort and hotel luxury.”
Lantana Galu is Beach is situated directly on Galu Beach which is one of the most spectacular and unspoiled beaches of the Kenyan coast, 5 KM south of Diani Beach.
Set in beautiful tropical gardens, overlooking the Indian Ocean and extending on to a long quite stretch of sandy beach, the property comprises a collection of elegantly furnished and serviced holiday villas, apartments, bungalows and penthouses.
The homes are available for holiday lets on a self-catering basis or meal plan basis (breakfast or breakfast and dinner) with meals being served at Lantana’s beachside restaurant & bar: Le Café.
The property includes two leisure swimming pools with paddling pools for children: the beachside pool and the garden pool. Also included are: a coffee bar, fully equipped gym, massage & beauty studio, business centre, convenience shop and 24 hour reception.
“Added space, more privacy, more comfort”
The design of the homes has been inspired by Swahili architecture. The interiors are modern with clean open plan living spaces flooded with natural light and natural ventilation taking advantage of the sunny, breezy coastal climate.
The overall look and feel of the furnishings is contemporary Swahili: traditional wooden carved furniture combined with modern elements, creating a fresh perspective on coastal interiors.
Each home is fitted and equipped with everything that a modern home would require and includes all the furnishings to be expected of a luxury home.
Facilities within each home include air conditioning in all bedrooms, DSTV, DVD player and free wireless internet connection.
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Ya Kesho supports families in need at the south coast of Kenya, making sure they can send their children to a good school. The hope is that a solid school education will help these children find a good job in the future, the central goal being the future independence of these children and their families.
The funds donated to Ya Kesho are used to finance primary and secondary school education for a group of 7 to 10 children so that they might contribute to their own and to their country’s future. The aim is to give the children a chance to stand on their own two feet and not to have to rely on donations forever.
The Ya Kesho fund finances school fees and school related items such as books, uniforms and boarding for children until they finish their secondary school education.
The founders of Ya Kesho have personal connections to the children they support. They visit the children regularly at their schools and are in frequent contact with their parents.
After they complete their High School education, Ya Kesho supports the children with helping them to find scholarships or appropriate apprenticeships in various companies and organisations.
Ya Kesho currently supports 7 children:
Suleimi (22), Abubakhar (19) and Yahya (16) who are attending Secondary Schools close to home and who board at their schools.
Juma (17), Imran (9), Saumu (11) and Ernest (5) are in Primary Schools in Diani and live at home.
The Kinondo Kwetu Clinic started its operation in November 2008. It offers basic healthcare at a very low cost, a cost that is waived for those who cannot afford it. Since it started, the clinic has been recognized for its good work for HIV and TB patients, as well as for its laboratory and its more recent maternity unit.
After four years in operation, the Kinondo Kwetu Clinic has taken on an important role as a model to other clinics in the Coastal Province.
The clinic has a program which at present caters for 320 HIV clients per month. To this end, Kinondo Kwetu Clinic, through its chief officer Mr. Harrison Kaingu, has partnered with Bomu Charity clinic, which every Wednesday sends ten people to assist in the clinic’s HIV program and financed by USAID and CDC (Center for Disease control).
Another partnership is with Mercy-USA for Aid & Development which provides nutritional support through the World Food Program for severely malnourished and underweight children. 69 underweight children needed nutritional support in 2011 and received support until to April 2012.
Safe childbirths are another important task for the clinic. To this end, it has initiated a Safe Delivery Program and an Antenatal Program. Sometimes deliveries take place in very primitive homes, with the assistance of traditional birth attendants. The safe delivery program aims at engaging the traditional birth attendants to bring expecting mothers to the clinic. To reach this purpose, the clinic has engaged traditional birth attendants in a welfare scheme for which they are remunerated. This program has had a very good result. In 2010, a total of 42 deliveries took place at the clinic. For 2011, this figure for the first eight months was 129. More and more mothers now come to the clinic for antenatal care, which also helps to bring down the figure of childbirths with tragic outcomes. The clinic’s target is to cater for 300 deliveries per year.