Unguja Lodge

Address: P.O. Box 675, Kizimkazi, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Lodge
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This lodge, located on P.O. Box 675, Kizimkazi, is near Palace Museum (Beit al-Sahel), Jozani Forest, Mangapwani Coral Cave, and Zanzibar Land Animal Park (ZALA).
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      Travel Blogs from Kizimkazi


      A travel blog entry by thecheeses on Aug 10, 2014

      2 comments, 13 photos

      ... treating you well, see you soon K xx ps bake me a cake when I get back thanks lol x

      Oliver: Hey Atko family. I am writing this blog whilst watching 5 dancers doing the ‘’Kaiser hands" in front of me. As jeff Wheeler once said "Kiss my face” as we are having great fun and lots of food here whilst the weather is presumably English back home. Can’t wait to see you and missing you lots. P.S hope harvest has been good and there are high yields!!!!


      Interesting weekend (soup, party, locals)

      A travel blog entry by camomile on Nov 04, 2013

      11 photos

      ... but more like bread , I don't know ) and soup. I took only soup as those chapaties they are so fat because of all the oil they are cooked on. While waiting for breakfast I counted flies in the place. Next to me was a Masai guy eating meat and around him, on him and his table was around 100 flies, but in the whole room 1000 times more! Yak! After few minutes my new Masai friend Pita also entered the place for breakfast and was great to see him! After my unlucky breakfast he shared ...

      Zanzibar - day 42 to 45

      A travel blog entry by africaadventure on Aug 31, 2013

      1 comment, 31 photos

      ... and this is dragging on a bit long, today we went on a walk around Stone Town, again! This time was with a local gentleman named Juma who explained the history and origins of so much of what we'd been walking past obliviously. It was great to hear and he was very helpful with our loads of questions. One thing I'll mention as its a personal one. I asked him what the locals opinion of dreadlocks are, as during our many hours spent walking and cycling I was possibly called ...

      Perfection and Pain

      A travel blog entry by samsonite32 on Jun 11, 2013

      58 photos

      ... in my toes as well. Let me just pause the story for a moment to describe the sea urchins here, as I know they differ from place to place. Imagine a large orange covered in spines a long as spaghetti all over it which get thinner and thinner into extremely sharp but strong points, which are able to go through bone. Oh and they’re black in a crystal clear water on white sand so, usually, very easy to spot. In fact when the sand had settled again it was ...

      East African Adventures

      A travel blog entry by annabelle_tz on Feb 20, 2013

      ... east of the island with no luggage. Fortunately it was delivered late the following day, but unfortunately an opportunist had claimed mum's camera. A trip to the police station later for a report and absolutely zero hope of every getting it back, we are extremely grateful that that's all that is missing. Down here in Bwejuu the tide is rarely up and heating like a bath is not the most refreshing, yet the tranquility of the place is amazing, and a great place to be for a few ...