Kae Minazini Michamvi owes its name to the near village Michamwi Kae, which is located at the Chwaka Bay on the central east cost of Zanzibar. This lovely accommodation is surrounded by an impressive beach coloured in white sand at the edge of the sweeping Indian ocean. Our fenced area, with up to 3 rooms, is perfectly suited for people who like it calm and naturally.
Our Swahili House depicts a single bungalow with a private WC and bathroom. One room of the Swahili House is equipped with a king-size bed, clean bedding and a much appreciated ventilator. For our beloved guests, we offer breakfast with fresh fruits, juices, coffee, tea or omelette. If requested we also offer self-made Zanzibarian food with local ingredients. The Swahili House is surrounded by a porch in front and a fire spot, which invites our guests for a romantic bonfire or a delightful BBQ.
The plot you are staying at is completely fenced with its own guard guaranteeing security. The plot offers a lot of parking space as well.
The well-being of our guests is our topmost priority. Are you interested in a calm and laid-back vacation or do you want it more alive with a lot of activities? Either way, you can have it all at Kae Minazini Michamvi. All around Michamvi you can enjoy such great experiences as diving, skin-diving, kite surfing, stand up paddling or dhau tours through the famous mangrove forests. You are also invited to learn some of the best African dance practices, drumming patterns or authentic african cookery by your host Yussuph.The near historical part of Zanzibar City, Stonetown, can easily be reached and on your wish our partners there can guide you through this remarkable piece of local history.
The village of Michamvi Kae is best reached via taxi starting from the harbour or airport in Zanzibar. It is, alternatively, possible to take a minibus (dalladalla), which takes approximately 2 hours of traveling. Usually buses are driving between 6am and 6pm. However, independently from these buses you can contact us directly and we organise an appropriate transfer. Moreover, payments in Tanzania and Zanzibar are mainly made in hard cash. The next cashpoint is located in Stonetown.