Changuu Private Island

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Details of Changuu Private Island

15 exclusive deluxe cottages are located in the northwest side of the island, discretely distributed along the sea line, affording maximum privacy and seclusion.

Short Overview

Also known as Prison Island or Turtle island.The islet lies 3 ½ miles to the northwest of Zanzibar Stone Town, and it is oblong in shape, about ½ a mile and 250 yards wide at the broadest part. Getting there after a comfortable 20-minute boat drive from Stone Town by a traditional dhow (fishing boat) takes you to the most unique experience in life.

  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling

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