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Kikadini homepage This doesn't do the villas justice - but it does have some good shots and the personality of the owners shines through.
Kikadini Villas is often combined with:
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Beyt al Salaam
|50%|82% (44 reviews)
Beyt al Salaam, previously Beyt al Chai, has recently reopened it's doors (Jan 2014) having changed owners and been completely refurbished.
The Beyt al Salaam is a small boutique hotel which is relaxed and peaceful, and a favourite amongst our travellers. The building ... Read more about Beyt al Salaam
Fumba Beach Lodge
|38%|86% (34 reviews)
Fumba Beach Lodge first opened its doors in 2005, and offers plenty of style, character and creativity - with bright colours and a real feeling of space throughout the lodge. It is the perfect place for those seeking a bit of privacy as there are endless places to sit and ... Read more about Fumba Beach Lodge
Southern Sun Dar
|38%|82% (110 reviews)
The Southern Sun is located in Dar es Salaam's town centre, making it very convenient for those who only have a short stay in the city. With an outdoor pool, restaurant, fitness centre and variety of other facilities, it is a pleasant and good value hotel.
Southern Sun ... Read more about Southern Sun
Chumbe Island Lodge
|25%|98% (38 reviews)
Chumbe Island is a tiny coral island about six miles by boat from Zanzibar Town. Many years ago, Tanzania's had a military base here and strictly restricted access to the surrounding ocean. Thus the area's coral remained untouched – even by local fishermen. After that, ... Read more about Chumbe Island Lodge
Emerson on Hurumzi
|12%|60% (2 reviews)
236 Hurumzi (once known as the Emerson & Green) is a small boutique hotel right in the heart of Stone Town. Mr Green, of the original 'Emerson & Green' partnership, is still the managing director of the hotel, which hasn't really changed much in character since it acquired its new name... Read more about Emerson on Hurumzi
|12%|82% (10 reviews)
The Swahili House first opened its doors in June 2009 and we have since stayed on a number of occasions. Aiming to be a high quality boutique hotel, it is the sister property to Fumba Beach Lodge and built to a similar standard.
Swahili House is located in the back streets ... Read more about Swahili House
Zanzibar Coffee House
|12%|82% (50 reviews)
The small Zanzibar Coffee House Hotel sits above a coffee shop down one of Stone Town's narrow streets. All their coffee comes from the owner's plantation in southern Tanzania. The beans are roasted on site at the hotel, and as a result the entire hotel has a lovely aroma... Read more about Zanzibar Coffee House
Mchanga Beach Lodge
|12%|90% (35 reviews)
Mchanga Beach Lodge has recently reopened under new management, having been closed for six months in 2014. Although it is an old favourite of Expert Africa's, we have not had the chance to visit since the takeover. We do however have high hopes that the new team will continue ... Read more about Mchanga Beach Lodge
Pongwe Beach Hotel
|12%|94% (50 reviews)
Nestled between two outcrops of coral rock and on a secluded stretch of white-powdery beach, Pongwe Beach Hotel is a quiet, simple and great value little lodge. Its sheltered cove is dotted with palm trees, hammocks and sun loungers and at high tide the water cuts Pongwe’s ... Read more about Pongwe Beach Hotel
Chole Mjini Lodge
|12%|93% (18 reviews)
Chole Mjini is one of the most original small lodges that we know in Tanzania. Jean and Anne de Villiers established and built Chole Mjini with a very clear ideology, which contributes hugely to its atmosphere. It stands on Chole Island, just off the coast of Mafia Island, ... Read more about Chole Mjini Lodge
Lake Manze Adventure Camp
|12%|93% (162 reviews)
Lake Manze Adventure Camp opened in 2007 on a prime location overlooking Lake Manze, which is one of the more northerly of a series of lakes and rivers within a rich alluvial floodplain of the Rufiji River. It lies at the heart of Tanzania’s Selous Game Reserve, and was ... Read more about Lake Manze Camp
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