Kae Minazini Michamvi Accommodation be situated on the outskirts of the village of Michamvi Kae, located on Chwaka Bay on the east coast of Zanzibar. If you are looking for peace, relaxation and a little solitude on snow-white beach and azure water, is this the place for you. We currently have 1 guest house for 2 persons in a closed area. The accommodation is about 100 meters from the beach. The area offers many opportunities for activities and tropical nature experiences.
“Yussuph's place was divine. The compound is peaceful, secure and has a lovely community house where meals are served. The beach is literally 2 minutes away. Just know that the tides fluctuate from dry beds to water up past the sand. You have to check the tides to swim. But even lowest tide is beautiful and watching the women farming seaweed is wonderful. The Swahili house is made of authentic materials and decorated with lovely shells. The one room house has a comfortable foam bed with net, desk and shelves. The floors are wall to wall covered with mats. I had great water pressure and the no problems with the toilet. There are several restaurants nearby --several beachfront--that are delicious and atmospheric. Try all the juices offered and the shakes! Yussuph is a wonderful cook and every breakfast is delicious with fresh fruits, chapatti & omelet and fabulous fresh squeezed juice. There is a quiet, peaceful mellow vibe here that was ideal for my R&R I needed from my work on the mainland. Thank you Yussuph!”
White beach sand, turquoise sea views. Fisherman's Cottage is in the hub of the village beach vibe. Being right on Mfumwe beach, means you can have your coffee, early morning swim and watch the breath taking sunrise. Feel free to join in the afternoon soccer game. Kite to your hearts desire. Or just watch with a cold glass of wine. The kitchenette is equipped for easy meals but there are restaurants close by. This is authentic Zanzibar. Not for the Resort holiday maker. Join in the fun.
“This is pure paradise & authentic Zanzibar! We had the luck to stay for 5 days and loved every moment of it from the breathtaking landscapes (white sand beach, stunning sunrises, turquoise cyan waters, amazing tides, a lightening/ thunderstorm too!) to the warmth of the local people. Everyone greets you with a “Jambo” and checks if you are good. Monica has outstanding hospitality with her team of cottage managers Saidi and Farida and the little Hai who will make you feel at home from the start - make sure you try Farida’s food! It is the best around. The cottage has everything you need and you can watch the sunrise from bed and the daily football games from the porch - a vip spot in the shade. Watch kids play and laugh with joy all day, women farm seeweed, men get coconuts from the tree and fisherman with their wooden boats and dhows in the distance. Jambiani village is charming and you can walk any time and feel safe and at home, whether on the beach or in the streets. Saidi will help you organize any tour you want - Blue Safari, sailing on a handmade wooden trimaran with captain Hassan, spice tour, Stone town tour - we tried it all and loved it all. We especially loved spending time with the locals and the children teaching them some english and math. We hope to come back as our hearts stayed in Jambiani! Many thanks Monica & team!”
We live in a lovely house set on the white beach sand and we invite you to be our guest. There are two beautiful rooms for our guests. You can take the one with side see view to the ocean and beach. You will fall asleep with the song of the tide and wake up when the rising sun lights up the horizon. The house and the lifestyle that goes with it is an amazing and exotic adventure that we will gladly share with our guests. For us will be pleasure to be your host. Welcome!
“Great place on the ocean, the owners are nice, gave a lot of useful tips. The house has an interesting decor. Nearby there are good cafes where you can eat. Additionally, we took breakfast, they were just great. Unfortunately, we were not in a very good time from the point of view of low tides, so we were not able to fully swim in this part of the island. Thank you for your hospitality.”