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A secluded luxury air conditioned 4 Bedrooms Villa looking straight to the ocean on the white sands of Zanzibar. Located North East in an area suitable for dyving, this beautiful Villa enjoys a quiet, exclusive and serene location suspended on a coral rock. Its tropical fenced garden features an infinity pool of 12 meters by 5 meters looking out onto the vast turquoise Indian Ocean. and Mnemba Island. The stairs beside the pool lead into a private portion of the beach, a perfect lagoon for swimming at mid and high tide. For low tide times the view from the pool by the house is unparalleled!
The main house comprises of a fully equipped and open plan kitchen, leading down to a spacious living area. From there you can enter out onto the shaded decking area where you will find stylish loungers for you to enjoy the kaskazi (monsoon) breeze.
Leading up from the kitchen, a floating staircase takes you up to the master suite, the only room that is situated upstairs. This master room of approximately 150 square meters is complete with two balconies, a contemporary style bath and shower and Zanzibari furniture, including a romantic Swahili bed. The villa also includes three more Swahili inspired bedrooms downstairs, complete with modern ensuites and their own private decking areas one of which is set to the side of the villa itself to allow for additional privacy. All rooms have spectacular views of the turquoise Indian ocean and the infinity pool.
The Villa is managed by a professional and friendly management team. Other services include a cook, daily cleaning services, laundry, internet and airport transfers. Restaurants are at 10/15 minutes distance by car, there are some very local where you can spend a nice lunch or dinner with your feet on the sand!
Customized tours and excursions can be arranged on request.
Rooms & Bathrooms
Double Swahili bed, Single Swahili bed, private bathroom with shower, Wi-Fi, Air Cond, mosquito nets, sea view, outdoor equipped area
Double Swahili bed, private bathroom with shower, Wi-Fi, Air Cond., mosquito nets, sea view, outdoor equipped area
Double Swahili bed private bathroom with shower, Wi-Fi, Air Cond, mosquito nets, sea view, outdoor equipped area
Bedroom 4 (Master Suite)
Double Swahili bed, Single Swahili bed, open private bathroom with bath tub, living room area, Wi-Fi, Air Cond, mosquito nets,2 private balconies one with ocean view
Towels for the swimming pool
Features & Amenities
Swimming pool 12x5 m (Open all year)
Outside furnished dining area
External parking place
Private access to the beach
Manager on site
Linen, towels, beach towels
Cook (meals 25/30 $ per person)
Drinks and beverages
Sleeps up to 10
Pets allowed on request
No Smoking Villa
Check in and Check out are flexible
Rental car and shuttle service from and to the airport recommended
0.500 Km restaurant
3 Km Matemwe
55 Km Stone Town
The location of the villa allows for swift access to the coral reef, and its beach is perfect for walks at sunrise. The numerous rock pools will also keep younger visitors entertained. In Matemwe and on Mnemba island there are 5* PADI diving schools that offer a range of courses, superb dive trips and snorkeling excursions. You will also find kite surfing available in Matemwe. We recommend and organize fantastic excursions to Stone Town city, a fascinating maze of narrow streets and alley ways which lead you past numerous old houses and mosques, ancient palaces, shops, bazaars; to Mnemba Atoll (a paradise to relax, swim and dive), definitely without dispute ones of the best diving and snorkeling spots in Africa, or even in the world, or to other secluded beaches where you can enjoy a fantastic seafood barbecue meal.
A 30-minute boat ride away is Mnemba Island and the world-renowned coral reef that provides some of the most spectacular diving and snorkelling in the world. Here you have a good chance of seeing turtles and wild dolphins, in addition to the colourful reef fish that dart around the coral. Stone Town is just 60 minutes from the villas, allowing for easy day trips into the winding streets of the historic town, and excursions to all corners of this fascinating island.
Further details: The history of Zanzibar has been influenced by many nations, including the Arabia, Persia, India, Portugal, Britian and local tribes from the African mainland. This is clearly noticed in the architecture. Stone Town is a place of narrow lanes, intricately carved wooden doors, towers, terraces and fabulous mosques. In 1964 Zanzibar united with Tanganyika to form the present day Tanzania, although it still enjoys a high degree of autonomy within the unified state. Zanzibar is an archepelago of islands in the Indian Ocean that lie 30km off the coast of Tanzania. The two largest islands are Unguja (usually referred to as 'Zanzibar') and Pemba. Zanzibar Town (including it's old quarter of Stone Town) is the capital of Zanzibar, and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Tourism and spices are Zanzibar's main industries are spices and tourism. It is often still referred to as the Spice Islands due to the production of cloves, nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon.
Important cultural considerations
Zanzibar has a long history of religious tolerance and although the islands are 99% Muslim, alcohol and tobacco are freely available. Visitors are, however, requested to show consideration for the culture of Zanzibar by dressing modestly and refraining from public displays of affection. When walking in towns and villages, women should wear clothes that cover their shoulders and knees. Men should not walk bare-chested or wearing swimming trunks. Many visitors refuse to cover up and this causes offense and often outrage amongst the local population, even though these feelings may not be directly expressed. As one sign says, “Short skirts are like nude” On the beaches swimwear is acceptable, but topless sunbathing is not. During the fast of Ramadan, it is considered the height of bad manners to eat and drink in public places or while walking down the street. Non- Muslims should not enter mosques unless specifically invited to do so. Only take pictures of people if you have their permission, and don’t peer too obviously through the doorways of private houses in Stone Town.
Nudity and topless sunbathing is prohibited by Tanzanian Law.
from July till September very low levels of rainfall and average temperatures around 25°C. From October till December generally very humid with short rains and temperatures rising into the 30s. In January and February the heat soars with average highs.