Menai Bay Beach Bungalows
Travel Blogs from Zanzibar
... We had a casual walk around and then devoured Prawns, Octopus,
Squid, King Fish, Red Snapper, mussels all for just over a tenner for
both of us.
The next day we went to Prison Island
via a local Dhow boat with two Canadians. Upon arriving on the island
we went to visit the Giant Tortoises which had been imported from the
Seychelles’ many years ago. They are huge and the oldest one there
was over 100 and the reserve had ...
... at that time! It was a short journey of 2 hours to get into Zanzibar.
Zanzibar, is tiny! We stayed in Stone Town, in a hostel called 'Karibu Inn' it was clean, comfortable, had breakfast included and the staff were lovely and so welcoming. Once we got there, we threw our bags in the rooms and went straight off to explore the beautiful, historic town.
The shops are fantastic, full of quirky jewellery, masks, paintings and clothing. However, two shops really ...
... seaweed farmers in Zanzibar, about 450 of them are working in Paje.
- The idea behind the Seaweed Center is to guarantee the women better working conditions and enriching the product for example by making seaweed soap. The soap can be sold to hotels and tourists and in that way increasing the monthly income of the local women.
- The women earn very little compared to their tough work, an average income may be about TZS 11,000, or USD 9 per ...
Interesting use of an air raid siren, to announce the sunset for Ramadan! Now we know why people looked at us funny when we were drinking water on the street a few days ago! Ramadan = no public eating or drinking sunup to sundown for us (to be polite) and no intake at all for the locals! Most restaurants are closed for the day but we managed to find ...
... 8217;t fit well, allowing water to leak and lenses to fog up. Combined with a high rolling swell, (I had occasional flashbacks to the movie “Perfect Storm”), the beautiful coral and colorful fish beneath us were tantalizingly out of our reach, or vision. After about 30 minutes of chasing our energetic snorkel guide, who dove frequently to point out undersea wonders, several of the girls threw up the proverbial white flag and asked the guide ...
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P.O. Box 3140, Kiwengwa | 5 star hotelfrom $216
P.O.Box 3276, Kiwengwa | 4 star hotelfrom $147
Kelele Square , Stone Town | 5 star hotelfrom $321
Po Box 2586, Mazizini | Hotelfrom $93
PO Box 71, Pingwe | 4 star hotelfrom $107
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- Excellent place for Honeymooners!
Nungwi | 5 star hotelfrom $189
Mfumbwi, Jambiani | 2 star hotelfrom $88
PO Box 100, Mahonda | 4 star hotelfrom $230
Prison Island, Stone Town | Hotelfrom $148
nungwi, Nungwi | 4 star hotelfrom $147
PO Box 4807, Nungwi | 4 star hotelfrom $153
Pongwe Beach, Pongwe | 3 star hotelfrom $209
- Possibly the most beautiful place in Africa!
- Perfect Pongwe
Shangani Street, Stone Town | 3 star hotelfrom $132
PO Box 1784, Nungwi | 4 star hotelfrom $233
Kiponda Street, Stone Town | Hotelfrom $183
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- Home Sweet Home!
Chuini Ruins, Bububu | 4 star hotelfrom $120
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Pwani Mchangani, Pwani Mchangani Mdogo | Hotelfrom $97
236 Hurumzi St, Stone Town | 2 star hotelfrom $159
- Total lack of professionalism
- Very average indeed!
- Disappointing and overrated
Behind Cine Afrique, Stone Town | Hotelfrom $46
P.O. Box 3546, Zanzibar | Hotelfrom $105
Omonia Square, Nungwi | Hotelfrom $217
Paje by Night Street, Paje | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Playa de Dimbani, Kizimkazi | 4 star hotelfrom $122