Chapwani Island Resort

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Details of Chapwani Island Resort

Ten cosy rooms and one sunset villa furnished in local style, each one with a sea view allow you to share this exclusive resort with only a few other guests and to take advantage of an exclusive, personalised service in a real oasis of peace and quiet.
A natural background for those who want a romantic get-away, pure relax and an unspoilt environment, Chapwani island offers a complete break away from timetables and daily life.  In the rooms you won’t find any telephones nor televisions : just enjoy the natural sounds in peace of this rare tropical scenery.


Each room in Chapwani evokes the Zanzibarian elegant but casual style:  high pointed roofs with wood beams, ceiling fan and and  brightly coloured materials.

The Chapwani experience extends far beyond your room. A welcome cocktail fruit, a manager at your disposal to satisfy your requests, we take care of you throughout your visity.


In Chapwani the flexibility and politeness of the staff, means you will have an unforgettable stay.
For any travelling, you can use our free service – there is a boat every morning at 10 which leaves the island for Zanzibar Town and comes back at 13.30. If you would prefer to be more free and autonomous we can organise transport at other times during the day, with a slight fee.

We have the possibility to show you the real and more authentic Zanzibar, where sea and land join together in a unique blend of colours and perfumes. Whether you are in the water, on a sand dune, on the beach, among the historical dwellings of stone Town or immersed in the fragrances of the Street of the Spices, you will be able to enjoy the never-ending beauties this land holds in store for you.

Short Overview

Chapwani is a private island of 5 hectres situated north west of Zanzibar town, which can be reached in one of our boats in 15 minutes.Ten cosy rooms and one sunset villa furnished in local style, each one with a sea view allow you to share this exclusive resort with only a few other guests and to take advantage of an exclusive, personalised service in a real oasis of peace and quiet. A natural background for those who want a romantic get-away, pure relax and an unspoilt environment, Chapwani island offers a complete break away from timetables and daily life.  In the rooms you won’t find any telephones nor televisions : just enjoy the natural sounds in peace of this rare tropical scenery.

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • HoneymoonHoneymoon
  • InternetInternet
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool

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