Mama Mapambo Hotel

Address: Jambiani, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in Jambiani.
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Travel Blogs from Jambiani

A restful day

A travel blog entry by larry.phillips on Feb 01, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

We took it easy today - jet lag wasn't too bad. We woke up pretty early after going to bed early and had a great breakfast at the hotel restaurant. After a walk on the beach we went for a swim. After lunch we had a long nap, another swim and then a late dinner.

There has been a nice breeze off the ocean so it tends to moderate the heat.
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Snorkeling and funny guy

A travel blog entry by camomile on Oct 26, 2013

8 photos

... guy A!) Him and Darata made friends while we were on the sand bank few weeks ago and got our asses burnt! Anyway seemed he is worth a trust so we went with him. In the very begging was so weird. When we asked how old is he he answered that he was born in forests and that his mom in not educated so he doesn't know exactly and his mom always says that he is forever 16; new year new 16th bday! Than while driving he said he has no driving license so he is a bid afraid of ...

Tanzania

A travel blog entry by abi_n_ed on Jul 08, 2013

1 comment, 4 photos

Tanzania Week 3 We set off from Arusha on16th June. We are heading off to the most luxurious part of our trip in Zanzibar. We stop at a couple if places on route including at Dara Es Salam where we are advised not to go out our camp. His is fine with us as we are on the beach and have a beautiful sea to keep us occupied. The morning arrives and we load ourselves into a convoy of tuc tucs, which is easily the funnest mode of transport, and off to ...

Zanzibar - "Z" at the end of our Africa Adventure

A travel blog entry by friesendm on Apr 27, 2013

22 photos

... tours – “touts” as Lonely Planet calls them, we found people friendly and thoroughly enjoyed wandering through the maze. At one point, we passed a lady carrying a desk fan on her head. Women transport quite a few things atop their heads, but a shape of a fan didn’t have the grace of a curvaceous water jar. Scott mused that perhaps she was an airhead.

On another street, we witnessed an analog (as opposed to ...

Journey to kendwa rocks

A travel blog entry by chloelanz on Dec 13, 2012

... long. I even considered just checking into the hotel we were out the front of as the couple our bus was meant to pick up were saying it was rather nice and it was on the beach as well. Luckily we didn't have to wait too long before we were on the move again. Our driver asked another mini van that was there to gives us a lift , so we all swapped buses. It was a rather tight squeeze and we were very glad when we arrived at Kendwa Rocks as the dirt roads ...