Flame Tree Cottages

Address: PO Box 1752, Nungwi, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, N/A, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 1752, Nungwi, is near Palace Museum (Beit al-Sahel), Jozani Forest, Mbweni Ruins, and Zanzibar Land Animal Park (ZALA).
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    A travel blog entry by kerrysteller on Jun 04, 2015

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    Wow. A totally different experience. We met up with Jo and Tracey. Very Arabic influence in Stonetown as it was capital of Oman for many years. It is famous for its ornate doors and winding alleys of stone (coral) buildings. It was the Centre of slave trading until it was abolished in 1873 and the Church of Christ cathedral now sits on slave market site. Livingstone ...


    A travel blog entry by nikkicredfern on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... back is an understatement he finally was reunited with it 48hrs later having passed through lots of hands and some of them not so honest he was extremely lucky to get it back. In Andasibe we did two 4 hr rain forest walks where we spotted lots of species of lemurs which was pretty cool as some of them were really close. They really are lovely serene animals and so graceful as they dance through the trees. We also did a nocturnal walk which I loved as it is ...

    Um paraíso cheio de contrapontos | The paradise

    A travel blog entry by sarita.castilho on May 05, 2014

    21 photos

    ... tiny, ramshackle wooden, without any vestige of lives saved or something. James and I were, another German who met on the boat, the instructor and two "helpers / sailors." Was an intense rain, cold, cloudy day and super choppy sea. Had nowhere to hide from the cold and rain on the boat except for a tiny covering that was on precarious radio equipment and navigation. For a moment I thought we were sinking, seemed one paper boat in a huge sea turbulence. I found ...

    Hakuna Matata

    A travel blog entry by bakkepackers on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... water polo game. Meanwhile, I bided my time at the swim-up pool bar and took advantage of the first elliptical I've seen since leaving home. We drank cocktails at sunset, then walked along the sea wall, which the ocean was crashing against as it was high tide. We hadn't sprung for our resort's all-inclusive package (we weren't feeling that much "hakuna matata"), so steered clear of the expensive hotel dining options and instead made our way to a ...

    Tough goodbyes

    A travel blog entry by cganong on Feb 22, 2014

    ... here - rounded tops are Hindu while rectangular carvings are Arabic. The Sultan had two elaborate palaces built, connected by train - one for each wife. He had no children with either so also had 75 concubines who gave him 100 children. Our guide said his parents get to choose his first wife but he can choose the next one, up to six. He was thinking one was enough as even one wife would cause him enough problems! Smart young man. We had a lovely swim back at ...