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Why we like it
- Located 35kms south of Dar Es Salaam
- A pristine coastline creates the feeling of a private tropical island
- Accommodation is offered in individual cottages, beautiful suites and a family house
- Activities on offer include windsurfing, sailing, snorkelling, horse riding and fishing
- Wildlife includes turtle watching, excellent birdlife and prolific sea life
- For honeymooners the suites with private plunge pool are the perfect retreat
Discover the enchantment of the pristine tropical shoreline at Ras Kutani with long walks on the white idyllic deserted beach.
Joanne Swinton took great care in proposing a trip tailored exactly to our requirements, accompanied by great customer focus.
- FJ, Perthshire
Between a beautiful freshwater lagoon and the warm Indian Ocean, Ras Kutani lies along a soft white sandy beach, engulfed in colourful bougainvillea, surrounded by lush tropical undergrowth and palm trees. Spend lazy days walking along the pure, white sandy beach, or swimming in the warm ocean. There are cool thatched areas for dining and the lounge bar and plenty of fresh seafood and gorgeous cuisine with a pan-African flavour. Ras Kutani takes you away from the modern world to relax and enjoy this pristine part of the Tanzanian coast there is internet access available when needed. Ras Kutani is a 10 minute flight from Dar Es Salaam making it the perfect beach option at the end or the beginning of a safari holiday.
Best time to be there
October to May is the best time to visit the Cape. Game viewing is better during the drier months of April to September. The wildflower season is generally from mid August to mid September. The whale watching season runs from June to November.
11 hours 30 minutes/10 hours 30 minutes non-stop
GMT +2 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever certificate if arriving or in transit for more than 12 hours from an endemic area.
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