Samaki Lodge & Spa

main road, Uroa Village, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, 458-928, Tanzania | Resort
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This resort, located on main road, Uroa Village, is near Palace Museum (Beit al-Sahel), Jozani Forest, Mbweni Ruins, and Mangapwani Coral Cave.
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    Travel Blogs from Uroa Village

    Hello Exotic Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by nannakez on Sep 20, 2013

    5 comments, 23 photos

    ... s, Juma and his wife, Sayoomo (sorry wrong spelling) and their 3 year old daughter Hanifa. Another transfer failed to show so Juma organized a taxi van to take us all to Stone Town BnB, our home for the next 4 nights. Juma and his wife stayed for lunch and they have arranged to take us to see their house tomorrow. The Stone Town BnB is run by an Australian woman, Judy and her Zanzarbarian husband, Massoud, who trained as a chef in Australia. I think we will be ...

    Kendwa Rocks - the most egotistical blog ever

    A travel blog entry by kendrasworld on Jul 12, 2013

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... Ocean, and it is warm, but the water is still cold enough and I was happy to have my long sleeved wetsuit. The first dive was on a shallow reef and we saw lots of coral and tropical fish such as angel Fish, needle fish, "nemos", a rock fish, and the highlight was a lion fish. It was windy so visibility was only about 10 meters and we heard on good days it could reach almost ...

    From A to Z – Arusha to Zanzibar

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Apr 25, 2013

    13 photos

    ... the mainland. Arabs have greatly influenced the mainland coast and Zanzibar for much of the past 1000 years. The sultans of Oman took the island after an interlude of Portuguese control in the 16th century and trade flourished once again under the Arabs, including the horrific East African slave trade. Germany was a late comer in the European parade of colonial powers, and Tanganyika was the name of the mainland ...

    Sun, Stone and Spices

    A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup on Mar 14, 2013

    19 photos

    ... actually simply due to the perfect climate and soil conditions that spices are so easily grown here and this is the reason for its fame. They do not actually export much more than cloves, and really only use their spices locally. I suspect not only this, but the Arabian influence and their love for curries and spicy foods all contributes but that's just a guess. I bought cinnamon sticks, tandoor, masala and some peppermint and vanilla tea for my brother. I mention this now ...


    A travel blog entry by brendalissens on Nov 07, 2012

    22 photos

    ... was a U-shaped wooden bench. Every couple of kilometres the bus would stop to pick up passengers. And just when you thought the bus had reached its capacity limits a bunch of extra people were squeezed in. An old man sitting next to me fell asleep on my shoulder. A cute toddler on the other side put his hand on my leg staring at me with his big, brown eyes. I was the only 'Mzungu' (European) on the bus.

    If ...

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