Not a good value. Very expensive compared to the poor service and accomodation. Warnings everywhere that it is not safe to walk outside the camp, so you find yourself stuck in "the camp". This makes it very resort-like, but without the service you'd expect from a resort.
Very unfriendly staff and owners and not helpful at all. At a certain moment one of the owners wanted to close the bar/restaurant and just shut the lights without even warning us. So we found ourselves in the completely dark camp, where it is not safe! Once the lights were out I certainly didn't feel safe!
The only positive thing about this place to stay, is the food (lucky visitors, because there is nowhere else you can eat, since they warn you not to leave the camp...)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Mikadi Beach Lodge derives its name from the Mikadi tree which thrives along the beautiful Tanzanian coastline. Jo (Zimbabwean) & Lucho (Chilean) married and owner/managers, took over the lodge in February 2008 and since then have embarked on a complete refurbishment of the place. If you have your heart and soul in a place this emanates to staff and clients alike. We are in love with Mikadi and that shows in everything we do to make your stay with us both enjoyable and memorable. They say location is everything and we are in the perfect location! We are only 15 / 20 mins from the Zanzibar ferry so ideally placed for those travellers wanting to visit Zanzibar. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mikadi Beach Hotel Dar Es Salaam