Coral Rock Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsCoral Rock Hotel Jambiani
If u are in Zanzibar, take afford to stay at Jambiani, Coral Rocks Hotel for some nights, it's worth every penny! nice bungalows next to the beach, awsome food, pool ( for the low tide,- cuz it gets VERY LOW if u fancy 20 min walking for a cooldown), free internet, free watersports activitys!
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Jambo tout le monde! (bonjour, en Swahili)
Zanzibar, l'île aux épices, se situe à 20 minutes d'avion (et quel avion!) de Dar Es Salaam, la ville principale de Tanzanie. C'est une petite île d'un million d'habitants qui vît essentiellement du tourisme. Donc en cette saison des pluies, c'est très calme: les hôtels sont vides ou fermés, idem …
... the island around an atoll. We were in the Indian Ocean and I was surprised at how warm the water was. The snorkeling was amazing! I felt like I was in a fish tank there were so many fish around me. Dawna went scuba diving with Mohammed, the dive master and spent 40 minutes in the water. She was shocked at how quickly the time had gone by and she wasn't at all cold. Her wish to see dolphins up close came true too. As they were diving she ...
We live in the house that we call green house, well because simply it is green! And it is maybe 3 minutes walk to Indian Ocean and very nice beach. The house for African standards is something amazing , but really it is a good house. Here are two house helpers (maids), who cleans house, cooks food and yeah just takes care of us. They are really great girls, very young, whom left their families to earn money for their lives. With whom we live is pastor and ...
Not gonna lie, my morning spent dolphin-watching was probably better than yours. We were woken up at 6am by Simba, our friendly neighbourhood tout. Not one of the worst, but he still fails to give me my 50p change, the scallywag. We reach the dolphin beach promptly but a sort of Russian doll progression ensues - a man swims out to a small boat with a pole, poles that one in, then puts the engine in that boat, poles ...
... a capoeira workout down by sea wall, but left when the fratkids got too numerous and noisy. What could be more romantic than candlelight dinner by the sea? Nothing. Fish, chicken, and a pregnant cat kept us company as we sat on the beach with the sun mostly set.
We couldn't resist one more tourist trap adventure so we went back to Forodhani Gardens where local food vendors set ...