Situated on the beachfront of the wide, sparkling beaches of Kiwengwa in the east coast of Zanzibar, nestled on a 25 acre stretch of subtly landscaped gardens decked with over 1000 palm trees. The Zanzibar Island lies 35 KM off the eastern coast of Africa and is one of the two main islands of an autonomous state within the larger republic of Tanzania.
This beach resort is less than a leisurely hour's drive from the Airport - Zanzibar International Airport - on an all weather tarmac road. To fly into Zanzibar, visitors take a 45-minutes flight from Nairobi, Kenya, which is the region's largest city with air-links to virtually every major world city. Many other international airlines fly to Dar es Salaam, a city on the coast of mainland Tanzania, from where you can take a local flight to the island or choose to cross over by ferry. The trip by sea last approximately 2 hours.
The resort is a uniquely constructed, with a choice of 76 rooms built in single storey African style rondavels, each with two tastefully decorated rooms with a separate changing room leading into the superbly appointed en-suite bathroom.
Each Room (in the both room categories) offers a spacious bedroom, separate dressing room, en suite bathroom and a verandah or balcony.
The furnishings are tasteful traditional Zanzibar furniture - including either one large bed or two queen size beds with mosquito nets, separate dressing room, en suite bathroom with a shower and a spacious verandah. A touch of modernity is added by the split-level air conditioners, ceiling fans, satellite TV's, mini-bars, hair dryers, safes and telephones. Smoke detectors and fire alarms complete the picture.
''Mwambao Restaurant'' is the main dining facility for the Resort where Breakfast and dinner are taken for those on Half Board Meal Plan and lunch for those on Full Board or All Inclusive meal plan. ''MawimbiI Bar'' is the main drinks outlet at the resort.