Fumba Beach Lodge
Fumba Beach Lodge, Zanzibar Island, Zanzibar Archipelago
Fumba Beach Lodge is situated on a remote peninsula south of Zanzibar's Stone Town. It is set in a beautiful area that has been designated a Conservation Area. Fumba Beach is the first and only lodge in the area.
The lodge is set in 40 acres of wilderness with three naturally sheltered beaches. It is small and personal with only 27 rooms. The rooms are scattered throughout the grounds, shaded by a forest of baobab trees and palms. Rooms fall into three categories - twenty of the rooms are deluxe cottages. Each is decorated in bright fresh colours and has en-suite bathroom, private terrace and stunning ocean view. Then, there are four luxury suites which have private roof terraces, open air showers and baths overlooking the ocean. Finally, there are two fabulous baobab suites built in and around the huge baobab trees.
Above the beach there is a beautiful pool, simple open-air restaurant and beach bar carved from an old Zanzibari dhow. The lodge has its own dive centre, which can arrange diving and snorkelling in the Zanzibar Channel and boat trips to sandbanks and small islands. Trips into Stone Town, Spice Farms and the Jozani Forest can also be arranged.
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