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Kiwayuu (alternate spelling Kiwayu) is a small island in the eastern part of the Lamu Archipelago, situated in the Kiunga Marine National Reserve. The main economic activity is fishing, and there is one school, no clinic and one well on the island. The main attraction for tourists on Kiwayuu are the tidal pools and snorkeling/diving pools located on the eastern side of the island (the Indian Ocean side).
- Jeffrey Gettleman: Bare Feet, Sand Stairs and Isolation to Suit a Prince, July 22, 2007, The New York Times
- Kiwayu on Google map (zoom in)