The quiet settlement of Pangani lies at the mouth of the river after which it is named, surrounded by pristine beaches that make it an ideal coastal holiday destination. This peaceful fishing town has an interesting history peppered with Arabic and German influences, and offers many walking tours to 200-year-old historical sites. An exciting option for intrepid travellers is a boat safari on the Pangani River, where crocodiles lurk beneath the water’s surface and birdlife abounds in the surrounding mangroves. The submerged island of Maziwe is now a marine reserve providing fabulous snorkelling opportunities and dolphin tours.

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Tanzania Self Drive 14 days Bush to Beach Mid range

Tanzania – the land of Serengeti, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar. But did you know, that the country has so much more to offer? Explore the hidden gems of Tanzania and experience the uncharted corners of one of Africa’s most exciting destinations. Far from the beaten tracks, you will find a Tanzania…

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Kijongo Bay Beach Lodge

Kijongo Bay is an eco-friendly boutique beach lodge located on the unspoiled shores of the Tanzanian Swahili Coast. Surrounded by coconut palms, mangrove forest and kilometers of undeveloped beach, Kijongo Bay is the ideal place to relax and rejuvenate. Reignite the romance, or spend quality time with family and friends;…

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Emayani Beach Lodge

Emayani Beach Lodge is situated on Ushongo beach, 70km south of Tanga and 15km south of Pangani. The lodge boosts 12 coastal (swahili) double/triple bandas with solar heated running water, a swimmingpool, bar and restaurant. Each banda has its own entrance to the beach. The lodge has a private airstrip.On…

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