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A typically bumpy flower filled drive leads to a glimpse of the azure sea, step out of the car and note the powder soft sand, then the smiley faces greet you and the relaxation begins.
Steve and Angela and their excellent staff are most hospitable...More
We came here after a few days in Nungwi, and realised within moments, that we should have spent our entire time in Zanzibar here- this is a real gem and a unique spot right between Jambiani and Paje, and as such is so quiet and...More
This is a lovely, no frills, beachy, comfortable place to stay. Going in September we often had the place to ourselves as they are finishing up winter. Breakfast made to order everyday by very friendly staff, as well as dinner. Our family stayed in a...More
This is a great place to relax, esp if you have one of the huts overlooking the beach. Being woken by the sun coming in and watching the sunrise over the fishing boats is a pretty nice way to start the day. The units are...More
We spent 10 nights in Pakachi in August and we loved each and every day we spent there.
My husband, my daughters (4 yrs and 2 yrs) and I really appreciated the kindness of the owners, Steve and Angela, who are always ready to help...More
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US$54 - US$96 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The water in our showers and bathrooms comes from a tidal borehole that is filtered by the sand and coral and has 0.6% salinity ( Sea water has 3.5%). As freshwater is so precious here we strive to maximise... More
The water in our showers and bathrooms comes from a tidal borehole that is filtered by the sand and coral and has 0.6% salinity ( Sea water has 3.5%). As freshwater is so precious here we strive to maximise it's quality in an eco friendly way. If a customer is desperate to wash themselves in "freshwater" we can provide a vessel for that purpose.
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"No need to worry about a banda right on the beach, you are a few steps away on the sandy paths through the..."