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About Emayani Beach Lodge

Situated on the coast, near the town of Pangani, Emayani enjoys a peaceful setting amongst a coconut grove, just metres from the Indian Ocean. Accommodation comprises en-suite thatched bungalows on the edge of a white sandy beach.

Far away from the crowds on the still untouched shores of Tanzania’s coast lie the beautiful beaches around Pangani. Blessed with miles of deserted beaches and the offshore Marine Reserve of Maziwe Island, it is here where you find tropical beach dreams come true.

Made out of local and natural materials, our spacious and comfortable bungalows provide intimate accommodation that is just steps away from the Indian Ocean. Gaze at superb sunrises from the privacy of your own veranda, enjoy miles of pristine beaches or simply dip into the warm waters of the ocean.

All the bungalows have large comfortable beds with mosquito nets and shady verandas. The lodge also has a restaurant which serves fresh seafood, a bar and a well-stocked boutique. Guests can enjoy swimming, exploring the tidal pools or walking along the beach.

The area is rich with bird life and other activities include snorkelling at the nearby reefs, picnics on off-shore sand bars, a trip up the Pangani river, sea kayaking, sailing and cultural tours to the historical Pangani town and day excursions to Zanzibar.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Lodge
  • Sleeps: 24
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM

Languages Spoken

  • English

Important Information

Balance will be due 30 days prior to your arrival. At Emayani Beach Lodge we accept Visa cards, though a surcharge of 6% applies on the total amount of the invoice.

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Emayani Beach Lodge is 10.6km from the centre of Pangani , the nearest airport 82.2km (Zanzibar International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling