Ras Nungwi

  Beach Lodges/Resorts - Zanzibar and Pemba Islands, TANZANIA

Surrounded by a large coral reef, this luxury resort is a great place to relax, unwind, and be absolutely spoiled!

Rates on request.


Ras Nungwi Location
Zanzibar is an archipelago off the southern coast of Tanzania. It is around one hour by air from Dar es Salaam.

Ras Nungwi Activities
Beach Walking Culture Waterfront Honeymoon Fishing Diving Photography Birding Water Sport Day Tour Swimming Pool Resort Child Friendly

Ras Nungwi Attractions
The Pemba Channel, located near the resort, is well known for its big game fish, so this is a great place for fishermen.

Ras Nungwi Facilities
Each ensuite chalet room has its own private balcony, to take advantage of the magnificent views of the white-sand beach. Nineteen lodge rooms and thirty-five beach chalets are available, all luxuriously decorated with four-poster beds and provided with ceiling fans to take advantage of the sea breeze. Two bars and a restaurant with world-class chefs specialising in the local seafood with island spices make your dining experience at Ras Nungwe a memorable treat.

Ras Nungwi Additional Information
A variety of water sports are available – water skiing, deep sea fishing, scuba diving, wind surfing, snorkeling, beach volley ball, or just taking a swim in the resort’s pool or the one of the most remote and beautiful beaches on Zanzibar. To learn more about the culture and environment, trek through Jozani Forest, take in a dhow cruise, a guided tour to a Nungwi village, visit a turtle sanctuary, or learn about Zanzibar’s intriguing history of slavery and spices through various walking tours.

Ras Nungwi Children Policy
Infants 2 or under - Free; Children under 12 sharing room with adults - each pay 75% of adult rate.

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Check In Time: 02:00:00 PM
Check Out Time: 11:00:00 AM

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