in a secluded and idyllic stretch of the Tanzanian coast, where the Indian
Ocean laps the shores of
can be found a small and intimate beach lodge of unique distinction.
The nearby fish fertile marine parks, the centuries of sea-faring Swahili
culture, the deep-sea fishing paradise and game park fabled for ocean-bathing
elephant and lion, make this beach lodge the perfect haven for those in
search of peaceful tranquility, special interest activities and an
NUMBER OF ROOMS & DESCRIPTION:
A stay at The Tides offers the elemental charm and back to basics luxury
that is the perfect balm to a hurried safari, tiring trek or frantic
lifestyle. This discreet and charming lodge consists of 7 colorful and spacious
beachside cabanas, with en-suite facilities, and a host of exceptional
features that integrate the visitor seamlessly into the surrounding
environment. The rustic makuti-thatch roofs that ripple in the Indian
Ocean breeze, vibrant
and collection of traditional artifacts and Swahili furniture conspire to
create a distinctly unique environment in which to unwind your mind for
anything from a few days to a few weeks.
RESTAURANTS & BAR:
restaurant, soothed by sea breezes, serves up a sumptuous global cuisine that
brings together contemporary Pacific-Rim flair, European classics and new
world tastes with a lavish array of seafood, brought daily by dhow-borne
fishermen to your table. The lamp-lit dinners, set to the serenading surf-sigh
romantic experience. The beachside bar completes this vision of paradise with
an exotic repatoire of lush cocktails, ice-cold beers and tropical juices to
slake your thirst and cool your brow.
OTHER FACILITIES & SERVICES:
if the bleached-white sands, crystalline jade seas and calming sway of the
palm trees were not reason enough for a visit, The Tides offers a unique
range of activities with which to introduce the visitor to the surrounding
attractions. Be it snorkeling off the nearby
Saadani Game Reserve, where bush meets the beach. These unique excursions
offer a rarely seen insight into Tanzanian coastal life.