Chumbe Island Coral Park is an award-winning private nature reserve that was developed from 1991 for the conservation and sustainable management of uninhabited Chumbe Island off Zanzibar, one of the last pristine coral islands in the region. The park includes a fully protected coral reef sanctuary and forest reserve that harbour extremely rare and endangered animals, a Visitor and Education centre,, nature trails, historical ruins, and a small eco-lodge.
Accommodation on Chumbe Island is – in many aspects – something really special. It’s what Robinson Crusoe could only have dreamt about! The 7 bungalows provide both privacy and a sense of freedom of living in the open. Many of the clients find these bungalows exceptionally romantic (honeymooners love them), but any individual with a passion for natural beauty will find these bungalows captivating beyond measure. All bungalows are equipped with double or twin beds in the sleeping area under the palm thatched roof, self-contained bathrooms, large living rooms, equipped with handmade furniture and decorated with African art and colourful fabrics.
The restaurant takes place under the impressive roof of visitor’s centre, which overlooks the sea between Zanzibar and mainland Tanzania. The chef provides an abundant supply of mouth-watering dishes that are a mixture of Zanzibarian, Arabic, Indian and African tastes and satisfy both vegetarians and non-vegetarians.
|GUIDE PRICE||Double room from $520 per room per night on full board|