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Spot was absolutely amazing in January with winds consistently good all days on our stay.
Only negative is that almost everyone speaks German which makes it tough for none-German speakers.
Don’t forget to bring some of your own clothes to give to the nearby village...More
I spent a wonderful two weeks at Mwazaro. I was there in the quiet season so my experience will be very different to what it would be like in the busy period – I was the only guest for the first week!
The staff made...More
I was there in the off season, so there were only two guests.
The cottages are right on the beach. So lovely and peaceful to sleep with the sound of the ocean. No ambient light to disturb the beautiful sky.
The food was delicious.
The 2 nights at Mwazaro Beach was memorable one..a small and nature friendly accomodation with private beach and no beach boys...spacious rooms with private shower, excellent food and friendly restaurant staff not to forget mzee Ali....
I will always recommend it to my friends
An execellent, relaxing place with very safe and perfect wind conditions! People should know the next Kind of City is Diani what is amost 1 hour drive on a bumpy street.
Beautiful beach, good food, wonderful and perfecty friendly and helpful staff, good equipment, beachboys...More
Hi, I hope you don't mind me getting in touch! I'm due to stay at the Mangrove Lodge in November; I'll be flying from Nairobi and I wasn't sure the best way to get there.....
19 October 2016|
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Well, I was traveling by bicycle, so I am not really aware of the transport situation. I know that one lady was returning to Mombasa airport by taxi, but I don't know what she was to pay. Certainly there are many buses and... More
Well, I was traveling by bicycle, so I am not really aware of the transport situation. I know that one lady was returning to Mombasa airport by taxi, but I don't know what she was to pay. Certainly there are many buses and minibuses coming from Mombasa which would drop you off at the Shimoni junction. At Shimoni junction, there are many motorcycle taxi guys ready to take you to Mwazaro or Shimoni.
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"Although it says stone bungalows have its own private bathroom, this is shared with another stone bungalow"