Jambiani Beach is located on the east part of Zanzibar around 55 km away from the airport. It is a small white sand beach comparing to the rest on the island. It has some dozens of hotels and restaura...
It’s an area with a great beach (depending on time of year as sometimes the tide is too low and lots of seaweed). Very lively and you can walk along the beach and go from hotel to bar to restaurant t...
One of the most peaceful relaxing places in the world! Big tidal fluctuation but not a big deal for me, just swim when water is high and relax or swim in pool when low! It's a rural village with bea...
Great place to meet locals and take them up on their offer of a sail boat ride. You will be approached regulalry offering trips on the sea here and other trips - trust these guys!! I had two sailing ...
Zanzibar, melia resort enjoying the breeze of the Indian Ocean
After staying at the famous Matemwe Beach on the island, the landlord Tim said goodbye to his flight career, and his wife Joyce moved from the Middle East to this comfortable and comfortable island to establish their home on the sea. The whole house was hand-made by their own hands. From the moment they entered the door, they were embraced by a gentle Indian Ocean sea breeze. They walked into the living room and had a hole in the sky, like accidentally crossing the door of time to the HNA era.
The whole house is designed according to the traditional Swahili architecture, using the unique stone and palm leaves of Africa. The ground is covered with Persian rugs. The intricate wooden carved doors make people shine. Arabia The characteristic conical roof and the hollow wooden lattice wall keep the breeze in the house. Even in the hot summer by the sea, it is a cool place to lie in the house. It is really a summer resort. In the green corridor next to the house, the lilac flowers are quietly blooming, and every night they sleep with flowers.
The residents of Zanzibar Island are but many Maasai people have migrated to the Indian Ocean to do small business. On the beach, there are many Maasai guides who wear tribal scorpions, sandals made of tires on their feet, and a stick to find tourists. We have encountered a lot.
One of the Maasai calls themselves Pete, saying that he has been on Zanzibar for three years and is walking around the beach every day. I have been dealing with tourists for a long time and I have learned a good English. After that, we gave us a famous Maasai dance and danced.
Is it a love story on every beach?
Is it every wave, it is a romantic taste.
Is it that you love me, you will come with me on the beach and walk in the sunset.
I can think of the most romantic thing, is to take you to see the sea. The sea is located on the edge of Zanzibar. It is located in the coastal city of the Indian Ocean on an island in eastern Tanzania, east East Asia. It is a new tourist hotspot that has emerged in recent years. The island is a blend of traditional African black culture, Islamic culture and Indian culture.