Peponi Beach Resort

Address: Plot 637 & 657, Kigombe Village, Tanga, Tanzania | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plot 637 & 657, Kigombe Village, Tanga.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsPeponi Beach Resort Tanga

    Reviewed by cathyshaw69

    A great getaway

    Reviewed Jun 28, 2015
    by (7 reviews) Elgin , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    Loved staying here. Great accommodation, the food was good and the bush babies made the stay super special!

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by barbikewley

    A great camping site

    Reviewed Jun 14, 2014
    by (6 reviews) , South Africa Flag of South Africa

    A wonderful camping site in Tanzania which is not renowned for its camping sites. Right on the beach, a wonderful position.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Peponi Beach Resort Tanga

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Tanga

    Tanzania, the start of our next adventure.

    A travel blog entry by cathyshaw69 on Jun 28, 2015

    2 comments, 12 photos

    So, Gary got to Dar Es Salaam 4 days before the rest of us, and it's just as well he did! Because we had left our Landy in storage since our trip to the Serengeti last year. The TIP (temporary import permit) had expired, which we mistakenly thought would be easy to renew or extend. Not so! It took 4 solid days of beaurocracy, bowing and scraping …

    Old Gurishael had a farm.

    A travel blog entry by meaghanbingley on Feb 06, 2015

    18 photos

    So I was fortunate enough to be joined by 2 more volunteers this week, both of whom are from Ontario and are representing YCI on an aggri-business project for the next 4 weeks. As a result, we were able to arrange a little side trip to Pangani town (which is about 55km away) to visit another local school and a farmer that has become a local 4H success story. Rising at 5:30am was no easy feat for this girl... however, watching the African sunrise over a field of sisal and palm trees ...

    Everybody's working for the weekend...

    A travel blog entry by meaghanbingley on Feb 03, 2015

    12 photos

    ... urge to save you some graphic details and images. See, in Tanzania and throughout much of east Africa a cultural belief persists that people with albinism hold magical powers. This makes their blood, tissue and bones of great value to witch doctors who are trying to cure injured or ill patients. This has resulted in the unfortunate and unfathomable murder (and dismemberment) of countless men, women and children. To such an extent that there is ...

    Food for thought?

    A travel blog entry by meaghanbingley on Jan 23, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... the rest of the world, there is wealth here too, but it is in the hands of a few. Approximately half of the population is still living on less than $1 per day and the citizens here have an average life expectancy at birth of 53 years. I've spent some time talking with many individuals over the course of the few weeks that I've been here now, all are very proud to be Tanzanian and are overwhelmingly grateful for the presence of peace within ...

    Welcome to Tanga

    A travel blog entry by meaghanbingley on Jan 10, 2015

    4 photos

    ... There is a mourning period for the culture you have left, and this is particularly vivid when you are traveling solo in a country where gender equality is a notion that is just starting to take hold.

    However, I am happy to report that I have been consistently surprised by the generosity, kindness and hospitality of the people here in Tanzania and in Tanga in particular. The feelings of intimidation are being washed away and replaced with a deep ...