Experiences at Lazy Lagoon Island
Swimming and Snorkelling
Low tide washes up a plethora of exotically coloured star fish, sea urchins and crabs. All of these share their habitats with natural mangrove forest. You are free to wander along the 9km island and explore the pristine beaches and coral reefs on your Tanzania vacation. Lazy Lagoon Island boasts swimming at all tides in clear, azure blue water.
Sailing and Boating
Enjoy a sunset Dhow Safari - At around 17:30, when the sun is starting to set, a boat will take you to a deserted sandy beach, where your host will take you on a short evening stroll. On your return, the chairs will be ready and you can enjoy sundowners surrounded by the serene Indian Ocean.
Other activities include: sailing, Laser I and II dinghies, kayaking and deep-sea fishing charters. Diving can be arranged with the nearby diving centre.
Bagamoyo is an important cultural heritage site for Tanzania. Famous for its slave and ivory trade, Bagamoyo was also the first capital of Tanzania under German Colonial rule until it shifted in 1892 to Dar es Salaam. Bagamoyo was referred to as the “gateway to the dark continent“ by explorers including Livingstone, Burton, Speke, Stanley, Grant and others who used Bagamoyo to launch their expeditions to find the source of the Nile.
This beach resort in Tanzania forms part of a small private nature reserve that is home to wild pigs, genets, baboons, duikers and suni antelope. Encounter these small mammals as well as an indigenous forest, plant life and a prolific list of bird species during an expedition on the nature trails.
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