Mbuyuni Beach Village

Address: Jambiani Village, East Coast of Zanzibar, Jambiani, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on Jambiani Village, East Coast of Zanzibar, Jambiani.
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      Travel Blogs from Jambiani

      Day 12: the British empire strikes back

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Aug 15, 2014

      1 photo

      ... but instead it was a large man covered in ivory. Guess it was Babars day off? Zoe: well our last day in Moshi has been extended since our flight was cancelled and we are now leaving later. Big decisions today, where do we go? There are four options really, stay and sit at the hotel which would surely involve more Monopoly Deal, go sit at the western supermarket and have a coffee, sit at one western cafe or sit at the other. Big choices. ...

      Total relaxation.

      A travel blog entry by denisegerry on Mar 01, 2014

      12 photos

      ... at the beaches and women go out during low tide to harvest a particular type of seaweed that they sell. It is very low key, very real.

      Dawna stayed on for a few more days after I left. My flight from Stone Town to Dar Es Salaam was uneventful. Then my KLM flight from Dar to Amsterdam went beautifully as well. Amsterdam to Calgary went without a hitch and when I got my flight to Kelowna I was happy to be home. I had undertaken an ...

      Tanzania - Zanzibar

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

      1 comment, 205 photos



      • Over the centuries, Zanzibar has been visited and occupied b explorers, traders and settlers. Persians, Arabs, Indians, and Europeans have all had their time, and left their impression.
      • In 1840, the Sultan of Oman transferred his seat of government to Zanzibar.
      • The introduction of clove plantations and the flourishing of the notorious slave trade saw Zanzibar develop into a ...

      Dar es Salaam - Kipepeo Beach Backpackers

      A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Aug 28, 2013

      ... and a much newer building. Besides for the witchcraft display, with some great photographs of the doctors, some engaged in their trade, there was also an unattended display of traditional musical instruments begging to be played, so naturally we obliged them. The rest of the old hall seemed rather slapped together, but with great potential. Sad to see so many photographs of significant fossil finds in Tanzania now residing in museums elsewhere in the world. A highlight is ...

      Sarongs, CDs, taxi? Weed?

      A travel blog entry by alexobt on Jul 10, 2013

      A filthy hangover awaits me this morning. I knew the instant I tried to open my eyes and found them glued shut by the contact lenses I failed to remove last night that it was going to be a difficult day. Looking back, drinking beer at 4am in an attempt to sober up was probably an error. But then so is sucking the local whiskey straight out of their plastic sachets I guess.Eventually we make it over to one of the beaches on the eastern coast, which ...