Travel reviews by Mrs C from Cambridge
Total number of trips
Lodges stayed in
TANZANIA TO ZANZIBAR
Tanzania and 2 other countries between 14 Jun 2016 and 6 Jul 2016
We were sorry to hear that this traveller did not enjoy their trip as much as they could have done. We have spoken to them at length to ascertain precisely why and in hindsight, a shorter stay on Zanzibar would have been preferable.
Sand Rivers Camp
"FLY CAMPING A MUST"
"TRYING TOO HARD - CLINICAL"
"The Extra Mile"
"TOO BIGGER GAP FROM PREVIOUS ACC."
Unguja are working on improving their soft furnishings at time of writing.
Paths are cleaned twice a day, but strong winds make it difficult to keep them clean all of the time. The natural environment is very much part of the beauty and charm of Unguja Lodge – and it attracts wildlife to the gardens as a result.
From our discussions we understood that these travellers wanted to go to quiet, un-touristy areas and we're sorry if we misjudged this. There is not much within walking distance of Unguja Lodge - it is really off the beaten track.
Sadly waste disposal is a huge issue throughout the whole of Zanzibar; it is not a just a problem around Unguja. Zanzibar is a very poor island, with poor governance – and very limited public services, like rubbish collection.