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Nungwi Garden is located next to Nungwi beach. An hour drive from Stone Town. Our hotel is located right after the Z hotel/Amaan entrance road, on the left.
All are available and can be arranged through our hotel with 3rd party specialist companies based in the Nungwi area.
The hotel is not a beach front hotel, but we are a short 2 mins walk to the Paradise Nungwi beach. We are close enough to the beach and away from the noise. Kendwa beach is also a 15min drive away (transport can be arranged at the hotel) or a 15 walk from Nungwi Beach.
all rooms are non smoking; however please feel free to smoke on your balcony, where ashtrays are provided.
Yes, we do have a backup generator.
There are sunbeds available on the beach at a small fee.
Yes, we organise tours and excursions at the best available rate from licenced tour operators. We are not liable for any tours or transport loss or incidents from guests if cash is paid and a hotel invoice is not produced or if booked outside the hotel.
The local currency is the Tanzanian Shilling but US Dollars are widely accepted. Credit cards are accepted at most hotels, but not at many shops and certainly not at the local markets. Nungwi Garden only accepts card payment by visa & mastercard. Card payments incur a 4% surcharge.
The Indian Ocean which surrounds Zanzibar is wonderfully warm all year around, averaging about 27° C/ 80° F.
The prevailing religion in Zanzibar is Islam, so it is important when outside the resort to dress conservatively without exposing too much skin. At the hotels or in the beach resorts, bikinis and less conservative clothing are fine.
Each room at Nungwi Garden has its own safe for your valuables. However, like when you’re travelling anywhere in the world, you are advised to be careful with belongings.
Yes. You will need to consult your doctor about anti-malaria medication. Check with your local health authority for any vaccination requirements.
The requirements for Yellow Fever vaccination changes from time to time so although it is not required for travellers from places where Yellow Fever is not endemic at the moment, this may change and you should check with your local health authority before travelling. However, if you are coming from an area where Yellow Fever is endemic, eg from Kenya, you probably will be asked to show your vaccination certificate.’ If you do not have the correct certificate you will need to be vaccinated at the airport prior to entry into Zanzibar.