Expansive ocean views and balmy sunsets invite guests to lose themselves in complete tranquillity. Located on the very edge of the Unguja Island where the Indian Ocean reaches the shore, Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge
is the most voguish property to grace Zanzibar’s west coast and the embodiment of a utopian beach escape. The lodge is set on the west coast of Zanzibar, twelve kilometres north of Stone Town, and its bungalows are spread out over a 1.5-hectare area, allowing for excellent privacy. Palm trees embellish the grounds and magnificent, panoramic sea views can be soaked in from each unit,
a taste of perfection.
In Krabi, our Centara Grand Beach Resort And Villas Krabi are right next to a secluded beach, backed by dramatic limestone cliffs and only accessible by boat the experience is the best. You can switch between beach and pool easily here, with a spectacular two-tiered pool that comes with widescreen views of the sea. Krabi is also the ideal place to go beach hoping to find some peaceful coastal strips, too. Railay Beach in Krabi is one of the world’s best, and it’s well-known for its towering limestone cliffs. Phra Nang Krabi is another great beach which you can get to via kayak from Railay Beach, stopping off at a cave shrine filled with monkeys on the way.
Located north-west of Lake Victoria’s, the Ssese Islands is a famous destination point for both visitors and locals alike. Perfect for bird-watchers and anyone looking for tranquillity, the islands boast a lot of exotic birds, monkeys, and even the occasional crocodile and hippo. Trips between islands can be arranged from Kalangala by lake taxi or private boat. You can rent a bicycle, enjoy a nice bonfire at nights, or visit the party scene on weekends along Kalangala Bay. Have a bite to eat or enjoy a refreshing drink at one of the many restaurants and pubs in Kalangala Town nearby.
The best beach is in Gisenyi with Serena luxury hotel right on the beach. In Kibuye however, being at Bethanie guesthouse overlooking Kivu waves hitting the nearby island is a wonderful feeling. The lake is a favourite get-away for Rwanda’s residents—relaxing days on the beach, water sports including kayaking, canoeing and windsurfing, and beach volleyball are among the activities that families and friends enjoy while at the shores of Lake Kivu. Take a leisurely ride along the western shoreline of the country on the “Munezero” tourist boat from Gisenyi to Kibuye to Wonderful of all are the beautiful Twin Lakes; Burera and Ruhondo which are situated in the northern region of Rwanda and close to the home of Home of mountain Gorillas (Volcanoes National Park) and near the border with Uganda. The lakes provide deep blue waters ringed. by steep hills and tall waterfalls. These twin lakes are great spot be visited in Rwanda
Turtle Bay- Watamu Beach
Turtle Bay is perfect for a calm and relaxing day by the sea. It stretches over 7km along the Indian Ocean and is located 15kn south of Malindi. Owing to its massive size, people love to take walks along the beach, swim the clear waters, enjoy the reefs and busk in the white soft sand