We recently stayed at Unguja Lodge for two nights as a precursor to our 'Footsteps of Livingstone' southbound trip on the Shongololo Express from Dar es Salaam to Vic Falls. Our experience at Unguja Lodge was superb - right from the pre-visit correspondence with Elies (who really went out of her way to assist with connecting flights, transfers etc) to the stay itself. We had a Baobab villa which, despite not being sea-facing, was absolutely magic - we loved the cleverly designed, open spaciousness (yet with excellent privacy) that the villa offered. The variety of indigenous wild life is a testament to the eco-friendly way that this resort has been developed and is run. The food was delicious - it was much appreciated to have a fresh fish dish on offer every night. The staff were very friendly and overall there wasn't anything to fault. We can't wait to get back for a longer stay so that we can do some diving (which looks most promising).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Eleven spacious private villas. From your ocean view terrace you can watch the local fishermen sailing the Indian Ocean. A breathtaking sunset is yours. All villas are beautifully decorated in Zanzibar style. In our beautiful garden with old mango and baobab trees many indigenous animals find their home. The rare Red Colobus monkeys often come and play. In the middle of the tropical garden, a large specially conditioned swimming pool is situated. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Unguja Hotel Kizimkazi
- Unguja Resort Kizimkazi
- Unguja Lodge Zanzibar Island/Kizimkazi