Rates & Seasons
From $ 790
To $ 1,550
Fully-inclusive, Per Person
If you have ever harboured the secret wish of finding yourself the sole inhabitant of a beautiful tropical island, but without the effort of having to lift a finger to fend for yourself, Mnemba Island Lodge is just the place for you!
Discover sheer, unpretentious paradise on this private island, where the simple pleasures become your most treasured of memories for many years to come.
Relax and unwind in the exclusivity of your own stretch of beachfront, where simple yet luxurious bandas peep out onto unblemished sands from the dappled shade of the casuarina pine forest.
Why Stay at Mnemba Island Lodge
- Barefoot paradise on a private island with just ten guest bandas
- Some of Africa's best dive sites on a coral atoll in a marine conservation area
- Snorkelling, swimming directly off the beach, as well as kayaking, windsurfing, fly-fishing and deep sea fishing
- Mnemba is a breeding site for the highly endangered green turtles
Set on a private island off the north eastern tip of Zanzibar, Mnemba offers guests the perfect destination to get away from it all. With just ten palm-frond guest bandas on the entire island, the only intrusion may be a visit from a curious suni antelope or two at sundown. The balmy blue waters invite you to explore the surrounding Indian Ocean. With a dive school and two dives boats for just 20 guests, you will never feel crowded during your underwater adventure.
Toes in the sand
Sea breezes waft through high palm-frond roofs and large windows in your beachside banda. Overhead fans in a spacious bedroom filled with soft, natural fabrics and traditional woodcarvings cool down the warm tropical nights. Enjoy ocean views stretched out on the built-in barazas on your veranda. A shady corridor of woven palm leaves leads to a large shuttered bathroom where a massive stone shower awaits behind a glass beaded curtain.
Whisper of waves
Open thatched dining and sitting areas provide the perfect place to watch the sun set. Deep pillows and low wooden tables open up onto majestic views of the white beach. Enjoy lunch served on large, wooden carved platters, while island crabs scuttle across the sand. Later, when the magnificent African sky lights up with stars, dinner is served on the beach, with the bright moonlight reflecting off the waves as they gently lap on the beach.