Address: Dimbani Beach, Kizimkazi, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Dimbani Beach, Kizimkazi, is near Prison Island - Changuu Private Island, House of Wonders (Beit-el-Ajaib), Darajani Bazaar, and Hamamni Persian Baths.
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          Travel Blogs from Kizimkazi

          To the Beach!

          A travel blog entry by natleith on Jul 23, 2014

          11 photos

          ... the whole time, then we drank the coconut water which was amazing, next we got to try all of the local fruits, green oranges, marmalade oranges, watermelon, the best pineapple i have ever had, dragon fruit, lychees, and many more delicious treats. feeling very satisfied we arrived at our resort where i promptly parked my bum in a lounge chair by the pool and soaked it all ...

          Tanzania - Zanzibar

          A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 28, 2013

          1 comment, 205 photos

          ... or Tusker (itīs supposed to be Kenyan beer).

          Day 2: October 29, 2013

          Since Silvia and Gabriel had to leave Zanzibar on the 31st of October we had to speed up the whole process of planning. Therefore that day we woke up at 7.00 and after having breakfast in our guest house we met with Silvia and Gabi in the Forodhani Gardens. We passed by a few tour agencies just to obtain more information about the tours and their prices. At the same time ...

          A plan that was never really a plan

          A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 14, 2013

          ... as the waves grew larger. The initial laughter as the waves started to splash into the hold were soon moans of distress. I had some serious questions about how close the dhow was to its carrying capacity with a distinct lack of free board being present. The constant bailing did little to relieve my mind, in fact I calculated the bailing equated to 460lt per hour or almost half a ton! There was somewhat of a joker in the crew who seemed to find my passage ...

          Spotting The Big 5

          A travel blog entry by hannahbatchelor on Jun 28, 2013

          ... crossed that continues!). We are often driving through open planes, or cultivated farm land, the scenery is really stunning. It's a lot more mountainous than I expected. Local children get really excited by the truck, and we get lots of energetic waves! We have started truck-dancing to break up the long drives, our favourite song at the moment is 'Drive By' by Train, it always gets us all up and dancing. The constant bumps and corners make it pretty funny to ...

          Zanzibar / Stone Town Day Twenty

          A travel blog entry by brad1111 on Apr 26, 2013

          10 photos

          ... remarkable tides that one must see it to believe it. Tides here can rise and fall up to six metres, resulting in six hour increments when one can walk out to sea, seemingly for miles. The next six hours you will have water lapping at your feet as you sit on the shore. Full spa, gym, conference, yoga and dive learning centres compliment the restaurants that cater for kids (not that they get many) all the way through to to romantic dinners for two. All rooms have balconies and ...