Mchanga Beach Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Mchanga Beach Lodge Zanzibar
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... Besides the fascinating architecture of the buildings, there are several historical buildings located in Stone Town, many of which are found on the sea front. These include former sultan palaces, fortifications, churches, mosques and other governmental buildings.
The House of Wonders is one of the most well known landmarks of Stone Town. Built in 1883, it was formerly the Sultan’s residence and the first building to ...
... sacks overflowing with cinnamon, rice, lentils, stalls with coconuts, avocado the size of footballs, mango & pineapple. We then go to Mrembo spa for our afternoon of pampering. We make our own coconut oil & cinamon scrub, sipping on spiced tea & then enjoy the products in the massage room listening to Tareeb music. We finish the session with a henna tattoo which Anna has been looking forward to.
... a lovely restaurant with local music) It was then onto a local bar, where I had a slightly uncomfortable experiences, when a local guy just randomly came up and joined our group and was trying to feel me up. The guys in my group were really supportive and protective and offered me a seat next to them instead. Tomorrow we head further North of the Island for a couple of days of R n R on the ...
... was a muslim
gathering and it had been placed outside a mosque. The next day we
were completely oblivious as life was back to normal and we only knew
because of a Foreign Office email we subscribed to. Upon arriving in
Nungwe we called Jambo Brothers which we had pre negotiated a cheap
price with and they walked us the 10 minutes to the beachfront
location. Accommodation was very basic but the location was good and
it was low cost for Zanzibar. ...
Took an early ferry to Zanzibar. Arrived in the crammed in and beautiful Stone Town, after a guide failing to meet us we had to go and find some accommodation on our own. Got very lost through the tiny twisting streets and eventually found Jambo guesthouse luckily with one of its 3 rooms empty. At night a huge seafood market opens up. every stall you walk past has a guy who charms you into going to his stall as his is the freshest and cheapest! this causes ...