Tamarind Beach Hotel

Address: East Coast, Uroa Village, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on East Coast, Uroa Village, is near Palace Museum (Beit al-Sahel), Jozani Forest, Zanzibar Land Animal Park (ZALA), and Mangapwani Coral Cave.
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          Travel Blogs from Uroa Village

          White sand, turquoise water and lots of character

          A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jul 02, 2014

          ... odd graffiti on one or two. We visited some interesting places and buildings, the most interesting, though harrowing, being the slave chambers. We first went into the Anglican cathedral which was the first Anglican cathedral to be built in East Africa, it was built on the site of the old slave market and we learnt that the slaves would have been brought there and beaten and then sold. Once they'd been sold they were held in small underground cells next door, 50 ...

          Zanzibar the Spice Island of Tanzania

          A travel blog entry by jarrod.coombs on Nov 26, 2013

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          ... about wearing conservative clothing fell on deaf ears. She came out of the airport in mini shorts only to find everyone in jeans and most of the women covered in scarves. Zanzibar is a Muslim majority with most of the Tanzanian mainland being more intermingled with religions. We got a few dirty stares, but we were in the van on our way to the resort very quickly.

          Our drive was a long one through some very poor villages and lots of farms. I now understand why it was ...

          Beach beach let's get away

          A travel blog entry by alexobt on Jul 15, 2013

          ... due to the aforementioned slowness, but also because I've discovered the monthly rave on the northern beaches is scheduled for the 20th of July. It's a so-called full-moon party, a cunning import from Thailand that draws hundreds (or more likely dozens) of travellers from across East Africa. I assume it'll have all the usual - alcohol, sand, loud music and authentic local culture. I have the sneaking suspicion it'll turn out ...

          Zanzibaaaa! Hakuna Matata!

          A travel blog entry by jvbmeow on Jul 12, 2013

          ... shower before dinner. We met the group at 730 and shared some appetizers. I had two beers and could definitely feel it after all the sun. After listening to the Beegees, Diana Ross, and other typical resort hits, Harris and I decided to skip the dance party and snuck off to our room around 1030 for another long sleep. Our neighbours partied all night but I only woke once and not for long. More beach ...

          Zanzibar / Stone Town Day Twenty

          A travel blog entry by brad1111 on Apr 26, 2013

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          ... pool yet a wonderful roof top bar and restaurant are the cream on top for this little boutique, the latter offering brilliant views again of the abandoned (yet being renovated) Sultan's compound and further out to sea. A favourite in the area however was the Emerson Spice hotel. With no rating system at all in place, it prides itself entirely on its character and in knowing each guest, or at least a little about them prior to their arrival. This is exceptionally important given ...