Tunza Lodge

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Nice enough place in what is a pretty dire town.

Tunza lodge is not so easy to get to, down an unmade road but the beach at Tunza Lodge is lovely.

I intended to stay only one night and move on to a different spot in town, but I ended up staying for 2 weeks!

The atmosphere was so relaxing and inviting. The bungalows are adorable, perfectly equipped with whatever you need, clean, and allow you to wake up to the sounds of waves crashing on the beach.

I spent a lot of time just relaxing and soaking up the amazing atmosphere. After watching unforgettable sunset views I spent time playing pool, eating wonderfully prepared Nile Perch, and hanging out with locals and/or other visitors.

Tunza Lodge is an extremely special place and if Mwanza is your destination, you have to spend at least several days there!!!

Food for lunch was ok – both had burgers, not great and far worse than i had hoped for - mine wasn't that well cooked.

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Was a bit worried about dinner, but not to worry, we both had local fish and the food was superb - wish we had gone more local for lunch.

Room was fine – mosquito net could have been in better condition and I usually like a door to the bathroom (instead of a curtain), but for a night it was no problem.

The room was a clean and quiet, bathroom was clean, with nice hot water (great after a few days travelling in country).

In the morning it was a very short trip to the airport, which was appreciated and the staff were happy to put on an early breakfast – which was very good. Would happily stay here again

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