Indigo Beach Zanzibar is a seaside boutique hotel offering the delights of the South East coast of Zanzibar with its Crystalline blue waters, unspoiled beaches, tall shady coconut trees…
Indigo Beach Zanzibar features whitewashed walls, marine blue roofs and cozy bungalows, Indigo Beach Zanzibar, is full of coastline charm. The garden is planted with coconut palms and exotic trees rustled by the cool sea breeze. From the deck of the pool you’ll find a direct view on the lagoon, that spreads its color less than 30m away.
This unpretentious boutique resort sits in the village of Bwejuu on Zanzibar’s southeast coast, on a vast stretch of beach where fishermen haul in their catch on traditional wooden boats. It’s easy and honest; a comfortable timeout for those seeking powdery white sand, without the boisterous party venues and high prices you often find in this popular corner of the island.
Accommodation and Meals
9 bungalows typical of a beach lifestyle, each with a private lounge area (“baraza” in Swahili) and garden, an external bathroom, with 3 of these bungalows offering ‘Family’ rooms option.
8 romantic sea view bungalows & one family garden view.
Bedrooms are large, with enticing queensize beds wrapped in mosquito nets; we slept very well, though we did hear occasional noise from low-hanging palms scratching our roof. You also get a lounge with a sofa, a private slice of garden, and an outdoor bathroom with a rainshower and screens of reeds for privacy.
Meals are taken under the shade of a Bedouin tent, at exquisite dhow-timber tables surrounded by white sand and lush, green gardens. The tasty, no-frills food spans many international cuisines, but there’s an emphasis on local specialities and super-fresh fish.
This South East coast boasts some of the most beautiful beaches in Zanzibar and a magnificent lagoon that sparkles as the sun rises,! The city of Stone Town and the airport are an hour away by car