Anyone dreaming of the joy of a hideaway on the glorious stretch of white sand coast, consider heading to the Indian Ocean mainland coast for some of their time in the country. The coastal area provides absolute seclusion on the whole trip of Tanzania. Tanzania coast offers the actual beach luxury.
Just a short hop from Dar es Salaam, a short stay on one of the wonderfully relaxing and highly romantic beaches before or after your safari vacation or Kilimanjaro adventure is recommended.
The mainland Tanzania coast has long been the appealing lure of visiting Zanzibar and the Spice Islands. Some of the noted beaches are Paje Beach, Zanzibar, Mafia Island, Pemba Island, Pangani, Sange Beach.
The accommodation facilities are quite good. Often built in beautiful and quiet coastal spots where the locals are not used to many visitors. Yet the visitors get the chance to discover the cultural values of the locals. The sea foods of the coastal areas are also famous.
How about under the sea? Do you think it has its own beauty under it? Have you ever imagined what are the creatures living under the sea? Tanzania coastal area lets you explore the inside beauty through various types of water sports activities.
If you want to experience all these, then Tanzania coast is your destination.
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Our guides, our accommodations and our tour not only lived up to our expectations, they exceeded them. We were a group of six. We were met at the Nairobi airport by Mark, who drove us to our hotel (Eka). In the brief time we had with him, we thought Mark was great. Read More...
Everything was very well arranged. Except for our first gate entry which took more than 1 hour everything else was perfectly planned and done. Excellent professional and polite service through out our stay. Read More...
It is always a little intimidating traveling overseas and there were some minor hiccups in communication, however, the situation was dealt with promptly and professionally. The trip was organized to our specifications with much appreciated recommendations to improve our visit. Read More...