Features:Mumbo Island is a pristine, deserted tropical island in the world’s first freshwater national park: Lake Malawi National Park. Here, just 7 comfortable tents (including a double family tent) are perched on rocks high above the water and tucked into the foliage. Mumbo Island Camp adheres to strict principles of eco-architecture, so the dining area, bar and water sport gazebo, are all hand built from timber, thatch and canvas and solar energy is used.
Features:A little barefoot haven on an island in Lake Victoria. White sandy beach, palm fringed shore, fantastic tropical birds, and rooms perched on the edge of the water so you sit in bed with your morning tea, feeling like you are on a boat with the waters of lake Victoria lapping at your feet. Perfect for a bit of R&R after a busy safari! We offer sailing, fishing, trips to the nearby Ngamba chimpanzee sanctuary (run by the Jane Goodall foundation).
Features:The San Domenico Palace has become the most famous monastery-hotel in the world. A luxury hotel within ancient walls where much recalls monastic life creates a startling contrast, making all more fascinating and exciting. The 105 Rooms and Suites are located in two different wings: The Garden Wing, built within the former 14th century Convent and the Grand Hotel Wing.
Features:Idyllically situated on the sea-front of ancient Stone Town, and flanked by an exotic mix of sultan's palaces, Portuguese forts, ancient dhow harbours, and bright bazaars, the Zanzibar Serena Inn is a haven of tranquillity and opulence amongst the bustle of one of Africa's most ancient and most enchanting towns