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Starting from € 675 per day per villa based on two adults sharing
This is one of the world’s most romantic all-inclusive resorts offering all the luxurious comforts and amenities in an intimate setting with the most personal attention throughout your stay. Six private villas each over 130 square meters with a Bedroom, Living room, full en-suite bathroom, walk-in dressing room, extra room with it’s own en-suite bathroom and a large furnished terrace with a view of the ocean. Nestled between tropical gardens and white sandy beach, this Retreat provides a range of beautifully appointed facilities reflecting the warmth and character of the local architecture in an elegant yet relaxed setting: Swimming Pool, Dining room, Evening bar, Pool bar, Private beachfront Banda
Nearby facilities include the Fitness Center, Flood lit Tennis Court (above activities included), Massage & Selected Treatments, Rising Sun Dive Center (PADI 5 star), The Water Club (water sports activities), Internet Facilities and Laundry (all payable locally).
It has become known for its romantic charm and is undoubtedly one of the most popular honeymoon and wedding Retreats on the Island. The wedding ceremony will take place under a beautiful Palm & Bougainvillea canopy on the white, sandy beach. In the evening you will enjoy a private and intimate dinner featuring the island’s finest produce, fused with the spices and flavors of the Indian Ocean… Ask for further details concerning wedding and events.
Towels for the swimming pool
Features & Amenities
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Coffee & Tea
Selection of house wine & beer
Selection of in-house spirits
Mineral water, juices & soft drinks
All inclusive Resort
Minimum age requirement of 16 years
Long trousers required for men at dinner
Check in time from 1 pm
Check out time 10 am
Available transfer form and to the airport on request
2 Km Bwejuu
53 Km Stone Town
88 Km Kendwa
90 Km Nungwi
The history of Zanzibar has been influenced by many nations, including the Arabia, Persia, India, Portugal, Britain 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. To truly appreciate Stone Town, it is best to explore it on foot with the guide who will lead you through the narrow and winding streets, telling you all about ancient secrets, stories and taking you to the sites where it all happened… 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. It is often still referred to as the Spice Islands due to the production of cloves, nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon ...