Mbuyuni Beach Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Mbuyuni Beach Village Jambiani
Travel Blogs from Jambiani
... eat and use natural products and be at one with nature. Would be cheaper than the amount i spend on medicine and in lush I figured. After our tour was finished we sat under a cover and had the chance to try some more of the exotic fruit that they grew including, pink grapefruit, star fruit and jack fruit etc, which was great. It got better when we had the chance to sample some of the tea that they grew which was well up my street. Our trip to ...
... was no beach. The water came up to the base of the steps that went down the cliff face. Also, there were bugs that came into the room at night and a dripping shower that wet the floor in the bathroom. Bug spray mostly took care of the night time bug issue but after a couple days we decided to move to the Cristal Hotel which was in Paje, had a beautiful beach and was closer to the action.
We went on a snorkeling/scuba adventure off the ...
... the dive boats we have had over the trip, and this one was a special one. Very African and very rustic. The wood long boat, with small engine, mast, sail and creaky wood planks made for a memorable trip, especially due to the somewhat unkind seas today. The trip to the "Big Wall" our dive site today, was about 1.5 hours on some of the bluest and clearest water we have seen in a while. Once at the dive site we geared up, and all Bond rolled off the side of the ...
... that's what we were told ) and made it kinda a national park with the most expensive hotel there. Of course beaches around the island are just perfect and island are being guarded by people around the island. We are allowed to snorkel around but we can't step the beach. If we do so we are being fined 350$ and I guess nobody would love it haha! and so snorkeling was Amazing! I never had an understanding that what they show on documentaries is so close to truth! So many ...
... the local delicacy called Zanzibar mix, served at many of the food stalls. Cut up potatoes, falafel, veg fritters and braaiied beef kebab served in a very spicy chicken broth and sprinkled with crispy cassava chips eaten on the bench in front of the stall from a plastic bowl. Sanitation of this small restaurant is not for the weak, but the mix was superbly delicious. Dinner was had back at the night market, chicken schwarma and sugar cane juice for each of us. It wasn't quite ...