Come closer, because only a flight with the drone can catch this tremendous beach hotel property in its whole location with all different fascettes of attractons of nature and wilderness..


With 1100 squarekilometers Africa's only Park reaching the ocean is not big, but it has all different kinds of wildlife.





U-shaped is the wall which protects the whole 14 acre of the hotel towards the sides and the back from the wilderness while the beach front remains open. Just about in the middle of the back wall a guarded arc which seems to have been cut out of the Roman impire, marks the main entrance towards the hotel property.



More Roman architectural elements can be found in the main building of the resort, 'The Club House'.
On top of the main building the inserted Baobab tree offers sufficient shadow for a cool rest having sea view.




atrium view
Viewed from the interior towards the ocean: The bar & restaurant area in the middle, offices, reception and washrooms to the right while the left hand side accommodates kitchen and stores.


Towards the windy sea side the open arcs are guaranteeing the restaurant guests a steady breeze and a gorgeous view on the sea front.




5 double suites or 10 rooms directly along the shore are offering you all you need for a luxurious resort stay. suites



suite room Fridge, air-condition, fan, internet and TV - what else do you need?



Office furniture and a third bed are part of the back of the suite.

room accessoires 




Ventilator, air-condition, mosquito net and a steady sea breeze are part the 10 suite rooms.



Not solely the National Park is the attraction of the hotel;  fishing, diving, snorkelling as well as sailing and kayaking can be exercized directly along the shore of the hotel.The guests who prefer to discover untouched loneliness by themselves go out to the virgin sandbank.




aerial view

Sorry, the drone video is still in preperation, but will follow soon. Therefore here the enduro clip




Ideally located at the edge Saadani National Park, between Tanga and Dar es Salaam at the closest passage from the mainland to the Spice Island. The exciting holidays of the guest start at getting to the hotel  - crossing the National Park!



Size, measurements and constellation of the constructions on the property are best displayed on this site plan. Further a projected  plan with many more accommodations is also shown on the extra website of this bigger site plan.



site plan


 zanzibar view

Only 22 seamiles or half a day by local transport and your reach the shores of Zanzibar!





 beach entry

Try it before purchasing it! Ask for the details and the conditions of an attractive rental offer of the whole resort.




150 km North of Dar es Salaam

Property size

76,630 square meters

Beach front

380 meters

Property Type

Hotel property

Vegetation Hundreds of coconut palms, flowers,Baobab trees and indegenous shrubs
Documents/Permits Title deed, all necessary hotel and beverage license
Buildings 5 double suite chalets = 10 rooms, 11 double cottages =  22 rooms, mainbuilding with bar; restaurant, reception, 5 office rooms, kitchen, 3 stores and a boutique shop. The long stretched staffquarter has a carpentry and workshop, storage space, men's and women's facilities with 2
toilets, separate locker rooms, a laundry room and a generator and water maintenance rooms. The camping site has a seperate self-catering kitchen and restaurant construction and a faciity center equipped with lhady's restroom with 3 toilets, 3
showers and 4 sinks, men's restroom with 3 toilets, 3 showers, 4 sinks and 2 urinals as well as a laundry room and a dishwashing area plus an additional storage room. Near the beach a diving and fishing center made out of local materials.
Neighbour Locals and investors
Special Features A lonesome, unspoilt beach, ten minutes to the National Park, lots of coconut palms and in the middle a well designed Roman architecture
Distance to tarmac road 40  kilometers
Distance to next settlement 500 meters
Distance to shopping facilities 1 kilometers
Price Price on request



P. O. Box 105 200 Dar es Salaam/Tanzania

FAX 002 55 22 2701317