Beach Crab Resort

Address: Ushongo Beach, Tanga, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Ushongo Beach, Tanga.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBeach Crab Resort Tanga

      Reviewed by hailey.koehler

      Beach Crab

      Reviewed Mar 15, 2012
      by (1 review) Fridley, Minnesota , United States Flag of United States

      The ocean here was fantastic! So warm! The food here is amazing! Not very African comparitively, the breakfast lunch and dinner are all so delicious! Andthe bar is also nice and not terrbily expensive. They also have reaonably priced horse back riding and snorkeling is nearby. Not a very busy place when I went but enough people to make a party. The huts are very modest little tent sturctures that are fine except foor all the bugs. We had a problem with huge spiders and milipedes, we weren't harmed but it was scary and hard to sleep. So as far as sleeping accomodations you get what you pay for because it is very cheap. but overall I had a great experience!

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Beach Crab Resort Tanga

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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