Uroa Bay Beach Resort Zanzibar

Uroa Bay Beach Resort Zanzibar

Uroa Bay Beach Resort Zanzibar is a quite and little fishing village on the east cost of Zanzibar.Local people live traditionally fishing (theres also a fish market on the beach; its very folkloristic to see the fish auction!) and seaweed harvesting (usually used for cosmetics).This coast is affected by the tides phenomenon (not to be missed!) and do not enjoy the beautiful sunsets that this island gives (strictly in the north-west of the isle); anyhow the wide, white and sandy beach is one of the most beautiful of the isle. Guests can have nice promenades during the low tide or do jogging too.Our Resort offers to its guests a private beach with typical sunshades and sunbeds, just next to the Bar Pwani to relax in the sunshine with something cold to drink.The Restaurant Jua is located in the main makuti building, next to the Bar Rafiki.It feature for its furniture in local local wood and It has 150 seats; the main meal as breakfast, lunch and dinner, are served here with buffet service (7-10 am, 12.30 - 2.30 pm, 7.30 - 10 pm).For those who would have their meal later or just a snack during the day, they can choose from our menu la carte (10 am -10 pm).Our two Bars, Rafiki and Pwani, the last one on the beach, offer our guests cocktails, soft drinks, local alcoholics and spirits drinks, the, coffee, ice cream and juices made with fresh fruits.This coast is affected by the tides phenomenon (not to be missed!) and do not enjoy the beautiful sunsets that this island gives (strictly in the north-west of the isle); anyhow the wide, white and sandy beach is one of the most beautiful of the isle. Guests can have nice promenades during the low tide or do jogging too.Our Resort offers to its guests a private beach with typical sunshades and sunbeds, just next to the Bar Pwani to relax in the sunshine with something cold to drink.

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