Matemwe Beach Villas

Details

Details of Matemwe Beach Villas

Each villa has the following facility:

  • A master bedroom, and two twine bedrooms all en-suite, fully air-conditioned, with wardrobe and dressing facility; 
  •  Fully equipped modern kitchen facilities; 
  • Air-conditioned dining and living area with DStv, wide screen desktop computer, dedicated broadband and wireless internet connection; and. 
  • A family room and a veranda overlooking the beach and the deep blue seas beyond.


From the veranda one would enjoy the soothing view and comfort of the ocean – You may also enjoy similar view from your bedroom!! The villas are in a compound and surrounded by beautiful palm trees, verdant gardens and are separated by a swimming pool and a rock garden. Other facilities include: open kitchen for barbecue and traditional dishes; servant quarters; parking and open dining area. Visit the Gallery for a full view of the facilities. What you see is what you get – nothing has been staged!!!

Our outstanding private beach villas are ideal accommodation for beach lovers,  families and groups as awell as businessmen, researchers/academics; and professionals in search of serenity, total privacy and exclusivity. 

Short Overview

Modern private Villas are located at Matemwe-Kilimaju village, north east of Unguja Island, Zanzibar; approximately 40Km or 30 minute drive from Stone Town, Zanzibar. The Villas are situated in a sunny, white sand beach off-shore from the world-famous Mnemba Island, whose circling reef has some of the best snorkeling and diving locations in East Africa.

  • Air conditionAir condition
  • On the beachOn the beach
  • PoolPool
  • Scuba divingScuba diving
  • SnorkelingSnorkeling

Let's plan your trip to the Matemwe Beach Villas
One of our safari experts will get back to you within 24-hours.
Have you seen Netflix’s Our Great National Parks series yet? Are you feeling inspired by the episode featuring Kenya’s incredible Tsavo? The biggest national park in Kenya hosts an amazing variety of animals, plants, and adventure! The new Netflix documentary series, narrated by none other than former American president Barack...
It has long been a thorn in the side of travel agencies like us to send out safari vehicles packed with single-use plastics. Our Tanzania team has already found and implemented a solution: we have now installed refillable water canisters in our safari vehicles. We designed custom brackets to fit...
A safari can be much more than sitting in a car - one of the coolest ways to explore the natural beauty of Tanzania is by bike! There are so many things you can do with a mountain bike in Tanzania. From a short 2-hour ride through the coffee plantation...
The thrilling drama of the crossing at the Mara River is arguably the highlight of the wildebeest migration. Every year, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest brave the treacherous currents and lurking predators in the water to reach the safety of the Maasai Mara on the other side and continue on...
Witness Tanzania’s breathtaking landscapes from the sky If you ask the average person the best way to enjoy a safari, the idea of flying over the wilderness in a balloon may not come up. But, if you ask us, we will definitely tell you all about the wonderful and unique...