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Kilwa Ruins Tour

Kilwa Ruins Tour

KILWA RUINS Kilwa Ruins Trip – half day The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Kilwa Kisiwani (known as the Kilwa Ruins) is a world renowned archaeological site that chronicles the emergence of the Swahili culture in East Africa. The Kilwa ruins found on the island...
Kilwa Kivinje

Kilwa Kivinje

KILWA KIVINJE About a half-hour drive away from the beach lodge is Kilwa Kivinje. This was the German administrative capital of the Kilwa region.   They built a boma to house offices – you can still see it today the locals have long forgotten its original use.Like...
Kilwa Dreams For The Community

Kilwa Dreams For The Community

WORKING WITH THE COMMUNITY We are proud to be the main sponsor of the NGO KIYODEA and we provide support in the following areas: Education​ Projects in Kilwa With limited resources and understaffed schools there will always be educational problems in the developing...
Kilwa Masoko

Kilwa Masoko

KILWA MASOKO If you can tear yourself away from the beach then our nearby town of Kilwa Masoko is well worth a visit. It is the administrative capital of the region, but remains small and welcoming. Wander down the dusty road of Kilwa Masoko surrounded by dukas small...
Hippo Pools

Hippo Pools

HIPPO POOLS Kilwa boasts an incredible array of marine life. Hidden in the mangrove forests around Kilwa Masoko are large hippo pools. Due to hunting in the last year many of these have now dissapeared. We must now travel a 3 hour drive from Kilwa to a sacred site in...
Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve

SELOUS GAME RESERVE The Selous National Park is the largest wildlife area in Africa; at 55,000 square kilometres this UN World Heritage site is larger than Switzerland. The concentrations of wildlife is therefore understandably huge. It boasts Tanzania’s largest...