Nungwi Village Beach Resort and Hotel in Zanzibar

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We stayed at Nungwi Village Beach Resort after having spent 2 sweaty days in Stone Town and we were both pretty exhausted from working hard in the run up to the holiday. This resort is amazing.

The experience started from the moment we arrived where there is a rather grand entrance whereby we were greeted by the owners who were delightful and very helpful without being intrusive. 

The stretch of beach that this resort is on is at the far end of Nungwi and borders the start of the fishing village so you get a good mix of locals walking by and plenty of children playing in the sea.

The accommodation is good quality and cleaned on a daily basis. Whenever we did have a problem (such as aircon switching off) it was fixed immediately. 

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The beach resort is excellent if you are looking to be a short distance from the centre of Nungwi but not in the thick of it (not that it is particularly busy or hectic anyway).

The atmosphere is extremely relaxed and the views are stunning. If you are looking for good quality accommodation, a peaceful resort that offers all the quality of a resort but privacy and peace then you are looking for this is the place.

We stayed in the very end bungalow of the resort towards the fishing village which meant we had max privacy and would recommend you request this bungalow.

At the time we stayed there they were building some more accommodation in the style of flats to supplement the 12 exisiting bungalows so this may change the atmosphere - but having met the owners several times I don't believe this will happen.

Nungwi Village Beach Resort is a three star resort hotel located on the Zanzibar's Nungwi Beach owned and operated by natives of East Africa.

The resort consists of several seafront cottages with makuti thatched roofs purposely built to blend with the natural surroundings and it is one of the ideal get away for anyone needing a relaxing holiday.

Nungwi Village Beach Resort is also for those adventurous guests looking for discerning and traditional atmosphere without sacrificing many comforts of modern day while preserving and balancing the delicate fauna and flora of the land and the sea.

The whole resort has been constructed to epitomize this feeling.


98 luxuriously appointed non smoking guest rooms with 33sq meter living space, fully air-conditioned, hand carved Zanzibari furniture, in room safe, mini bar fridge, separate shower cubicle and bath tub, hair dryer, weighing scale and superior guest amenities such as Shoe Mitt, Razor, Shaving Cream, Sewing Kit, Shampoo, Conditioner, Lotion, Shower Cap.. All rooms have private balcony overlooking either the pool or sea. All double rooms have king size bed and twin rooms with interconnecting door are available for families on request.


The cuisine ranges from Continental fusion to seafood and vegetarian food lines.


Facilities at a glance at Nungwi Village Beach Resort:

* Fisherman’s Bar & Restaurant open 9am - late.

* Ngalawa Restaurant open 7am – 11pm.

* Dolphins Pool Bar 9am – 6pm.

* Kaa Grill and Residents Lounge featuring specialty Seafood restaurant, Shisha bar with spectacular sunset views

* Business Centre being upgraded with satellite connectivity (Internet/E-mail services, phones etc)

* Transport Arrangements to and from Nungwi available.

* Indoor & Outdoor Games, i.e. Beach volleyball, Water polo, darts. Our animation team is at hand to customize activities to your needs.

* Standby power Generator

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