One hour drive from Stone Town Airport.
Time zone: East African Time (EAT), GMT +3.
Dry seasons: January to April, July to December.
Temperature: Low: 20°C | High: 33°C
Sea temperature: Low: 25°C | High: 29°C
Located within a paradise of its own, Moja Tuu offers an experience like no other. Offering exclusive privacy, luxury, and all the magic of Zanzibar, you can indulge in a wide range of activities both within and outside the resort. With a whole variety of interesting tourist attractions in the vicinity, you are sure to find yourselves entertained during your visit. Waste no more time! Pack your bags, and start your journey - for the wonders of Zanzibar await!
TRANSFERS TO AND FROM MOJA TUU
For assistance with transfers, please contact email@example.com
Our comfortable transport is equipped with A/C.
TRAVELLING TO ZANZIBAR? HERE ARE A FEW PRE-TRAVEL HINTS AND TIPS!
Visas are available for purchase at the airport, upon arrival. Cost: 50 USD/person.
HEALTH & SAFETY
We would like to bring to your kind attention that Kiwengwa, very often, has quite a windy environment, with a few mosquitoes, due to which we would advocate that our guests take caution and carry anti-mosquito sprays.
We would also advice you to wear footwear when going into the sea as pointy corals could be present in some areas.
Kiwengwa, which lies on the East Coast of Zanzibar, witnesses a strong tidal range. The high and low tides alternate every 6 hours and vary by 45 minutes from one day to the next. Low tide allows you to take long walks along the beach in ankle-deep water and enjoy the gorgeous views of the turquoise ocean. The sea is at mid-tide most of the day and this makes for an ideal environment for a swim in crystal clear water.
Moja Tuu accepts all major payment methods (VISA, MasterCard, Cash). There is a fee of 4% on credit cards. We do not accept checks and Paypal.
The closest ATM is in Stone Town (approximately a one hour drive) but most businesses accept credit card payments (5% fee usually applies).
Currencies usually accepted are USD, EUR, and TZS. Please note that bank notes older than 2010 are not accepted on the island.