SeVi Boutique Hotel Zanzibar is in Kigomani, a hamlet of the larger Matemwe fishing village on the longest beach of Unguja. It’s a postcard-worthy complex of bungalows scattered among palms, exotic foliage, colourful blossoms, and fragrant herbs, in a tropical garden facing a small bay in the Indian Ocean.
Zanzibar itself is a sunseeker’s paradise, with turquoise and crystalline waters that further all kinds of pursuits, from deep-blue dives to daring kitesurfing and wave rides on ngalawa canoes. The island opens a myriad of opportunities for the more active travellers – hikes in the rainforest to see the red colobus monkeys and the bushbabies playful amidst exuberant foliage, fishing trips with local villagers, and immersive cultural experiences that reveal the Swahili heritage. There are also UNESCO-listed sites, magnificent sunset cruises, safaris, and a world of culinary wonders scented with the world’s most fragrant spices.
For such a small island, Unguja packs a lot to see and do. Encounters with the green turtles, ogling the dolphin pods from the distance, reef tours, and walks in the wilderness are just some of the pursuits that enhance your retreat at SeVi Boutique Hotel Zanzibar. Open your eyes and mind to the precious sights of the island, and you will truly appreciate the immense privilege that comes with the location when you vacation with us.
Some places are so revered that tourists flock from all over the world to see them. Others are off-the-beaten-path gems. Whatever your travel inclination, Zanzibar will exceed your expectations. One of the top attractions of Zanzibar, Mnemba Island is opposite our hotel, a short boat trip away. We are also close to the Kiwengwa / Pongwe Forest Reserve, and the Mnarani Marine Turtle Conservation Pond.
Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (IATA: ZNZ, ICAO: HTZA) is one and a half hours away by car when you stay at SeVi Boutique Hotel Zanzibar.
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