Tembea : Bluebay’s Tropical Paradise

Zanzibar is a whole new world. Famous for its pristine beaches, blue waters and a magnificent holiday experience, the island that is predominantly Muslim presents unforgettable memories.
L-R : Cozy ; Photos by: K. Odoobo
L-R : Cozy ; Photos by: K. Odoobo

Zanzibar is a whole new world. Famous for its pristine beaches, blue waters and a magnificent holiday experience, the island that is predominantly Muslim presents unforgettable memories.

One such Zanzibar is the Bluebay Beach Resort which is situated on the finest wide, white, sandy. The Resort is on the most beautiful 30-acre site with its bedroom cottages located on rising ground overlooking verdant gardens, the public areas, the pool, the more than 1,000 beautiful palm trees, the sparkling white beach and the azure seas beyond.

Blue Bay is special becomes it combines its beach location, an authentic African living experience with modern cottages thatched with makuti (intricate palm thatch) roofs, a poolside bar and restaurant alongside an arena where traditional African music entertains the guests.
 
Alongside the Bluebay is another Gem in the Bluebay hotels group called the Sultan Sands Island Resort which really is just a continuation of the first facility.

Sultan Sands is a uniquely constructed magical Africa resort, with a choice of 76 rooms built in single storey African style rondavels - each with two tastefully decorated rooms with a separate changing room leading into the superbly appointed en-suite bathroom.

It nestles on the beachfront of a 25 acre stretch of subtly landscaped gardens decked with over 1000 palm trees.

With its uniquely rich architectural connotations of the history of Zanzibar, the resort befits its name association with the fabled Omani Sultans who ruled the Zanzibar Islands for centuries.

The Bluebay Jewels are situated on landscaped, palm-decked 25-acres along the famed sparkling white sandy beaches of Kiwengwa on the East Coast of Zanzibar.

And it take you a leisurely 50 minute drive from the Airport and the ancient Stone Town that is today a World Heritage Site, plus a the island’s famous spice farms,  to get to this tropical paradise.

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