Fumba Beach Lodge
Fumba Peninsula, Zanzibar Island
Set in 40 acres of exquisite Zanzibar Island wilderness
Fumba Beach Lodge has three naturally sheltered beaches.
Fumba Beach Lodge is an ideal location to explore everything
Zanzibar Island has to offer.
Whether you want to sample the excitement of water sports, the
tranquility of the beaches, relax on a Zanzibar sunset cruise or
explore the secret corners of the fascinating Zanzibar Island, the
staff at Fumba Beach Lodge will be happy to ensure that you
have the holiday of a lifetime.
Just 30 minutes southwest of Zanzibar’s historic capital,
Stone Town, with its magnificent architecture and ancient culture,
Fumba Beach Lodge is concealed well away from the busy tourist areas,
making it the perfect venue for enjoying the peace and tranquility
of this tropical island paradise.
Wake up to the romantic adventure you have been dreaming about
and discover the hidden meaning of Fumba Beach Lodge.
Fumba Beach Lodge Accommodation
The 26 rooms at Fumba Beach Lodge are scattered throughout the
extensive grounds to ensure your privacy, shaded by a forest of
magnificent baobab trees and whispering palm fronds and cooled by
gentle sea breezes.
There are twenty deluxe rooms at Fumba Beach Lodge, each with an
en-suite bathroom, private terrace and stunning ocean view, are
spaciously suitable for families, couples or individuals.
The four Fumba Beach Lodge luxury suites include a private roof
terrace, open air shower and sumptuous bath overlooking the clear
blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
For the ultimate in extravagance, spoil yourself in one of the
two unique Fumba Beach Lodge Baobab Suites cradled in a magnificent
baobab tree creating a romantic ambience.
Fumba Beach Lodge
Restaurant and Lounge Bar
The comfortable open-air restaurant at Fumba Beach Lodge serves
a tantalizing array of expertly prepared dishes including local
Zanzibar specialties, the freshest seafood and traditional international
cuisine in a relaxing and tranquil atmosphere. Well-trained staff
provide a friendly, professional service and take the greatest care
to look after all Fumba Beach guests, young or old, whatever their
Dhow FumBar at Fumba Beach Lodge
The unique beach bar at Fumab Beach Lodge was constructed from
an authentic Zanzibari dhow. Situated under an enormous baobab on
a seaside cliff, you will be absorbed by the idyllic setting to
watch the sun go down.
Baobab Massage Centre
at Fumba Beach Lodge
Welcome to the Baobab massage centre where you can relax, enjoy
and spoil yourself in a way you never dreamed before. Fumba Beach
Lodge have created a unique setting for an ultimate massage experience.
The centre has been built around a majestic African Baobab tree
boasting a six metre high platform with a Jacuzzi in the tree itself
overlooking the gardens and the Indian Ocean in the distance. You
can choose to have your massage either inside the Fumba Beach Lodge
tropical garden or on the Fumba Beach Lodge roof-top terrace catching
Fumba Beach Activities & Excursions
Fumba Beach Rest & Relaxation
Fumba Beach Lodge is situated along two kilometres of coastline
on the Indian Ocean offering three secluded and exclusive beaches
for you to revive your spirit. Fumba Beach cliff top swimming
pool provides a breathtaking view of the Ocean – the perfect
place to relax with a delicious snack or a cool, refreshing drink.
Fumba Beach Scuba Diving
The dive centre at Fumba Beach is fully equipped with the latest
equipment and is run by qualified PADI professionals. For scuba
divers and ‘want to be scuba divers’ Fumba Beach
Dive Centre offer a full range of PADI courses starting with
a try dive for those who have never taken a breath underwater, up
to Divemaster for those looking at a more professional level of
training. Diving trips are run daily on the surrounding reefs that
range from 10-30m depth and host an array of corals and tropical
Safari Blue Snorkelling & Dolphin Tours
Safari Blue is a full day trip and includes use of top quality
snorkeling equipment with guides and instructors, ice cold sodas,
mineral water and beer, a delicious Zanzibari seafood lunch with
grilled fish and slipper lobster, gastronomic fruit tasting, coffee
and Amarula liqueur.
The Safari Blue snorkeling trip explores the Menai Bay Conservation
Area, which is home to two different species of dolphins, the
Indo-pacific humpback and the bottlenose. We are lucky enough to
see dolphins on 85% of our snorkeing safaris. In the morning we
set down on one of the beautiful sandbanks where one can relax,
swim or snorkel. There is plenty of good quality snorkeling equipment
and the experienced snorkeling guides will show you the pristine
coral reef, which teems with tropical sea life. Instruction
is also available for beginners. After snorkeling cold drinks, fresh
coconuts and local snacks are provided.
After snorkeling we go to Kwale island where we have our
“desert island” restaurant. The buffet lunch includes
fish, slipper lobster, calamari, rice and sauces all served hot
from the grill. Our crew also prepares and presents a gastronomic
fruit tasting with a large selection of delicious tropical fruits.
Join our crew for a sail on an “ngalawa”- a local canoe
with outriggers which has been carved from a single mango tree.
As Safari Blue comes to an end and we return by traditional lanteen
sail, the full splendor of the African sunset reveals itself.
Historic Zanzibar Stone Town
Come and join us as we show you the Historical, architectural
and cultural sites of beautiful Old Stone Town. The narrow winding
streets are lined with stores selling local crafts, antiques, jewellery,
clothes and spices. The Orphanage Shop near the Old Fort, sells
crafts and paintings by local artists and the orphans themselves.
The half day Tour includes visits to the Town Market, Old Slave
Market, National Museum, High Court, Slave Chambers, Old German
Consulate, Former English Gentlemen’s club, House of Wonders,
Old Fort, Sultan’s Palace, Livingstone House and anywhere
else your interest lies. You will see Zanzibar's bustling market,
winding alleyways, ornately carved and studded doors, two cathedrals
and countless mosques. Stone Town has excellent gifts shops with
plenty of souvenirs and handicrafts for you to delight your friends
and family back home or find the perfect keepsake for yourself.
Jozani Forest, 35km southeast of Zanzibar, boasts a rich diversity
of flora and fauna making it a most magical place. A huge variety
of wildlife lives in and around the forest most notable are the
large troops of endemic Red Colobus Monkeys (Procolobus Kirkii)
- one of the most endangered monkey species in the world. While
walking in the lush rainforest you could also see other monkeys,
colorful birds, butterflies and if you are really lucky you might
catch a glimpse of the extremely rare Ader's Duiker.
The numerous walking trails cater for all levels of fitness and
encompass a whole spectrum of bio-diversity, ranging from Evergreen
Thickets to the Mangrove Boardwalks. Just down the road from Jozani
is Zala Park a small privately run conservation and education project
displaying some of the indigenous animals of the region. Guests
are asked to make a small donation to enter with all proceeds being
repatriated back into the local community.
Zanzibar Spice Tour
Since the abolition of the Slave Trade, spices have been at the
heart of Zanzibari enterprise. The sheer variety highlights the
Island’s strategic location as well as the depth of cultural
interaction. Indeed no trip to Zanzibar is complete without a visit
to one of our carefully selected Spice farms. Our Spice tour offers
you the opportunity to indulge your senses with a kaleidoscope of
smells, tastes and textures from the punch of a chili to the refreshing
succulence of green coconut flesh, we promise that this tour will
awaken your senses.
Menai Bay Conservation Area
Menai Bay has been dedicated as a conservation area since
1998 due to its outstanding natural beauty. Established by the World
Wildlife Federation (WWF), Menai Bay Conservation Area was designed
to give Zanzibaris in the Fumba area a vested interest in their
environment so they will protect it. The project is aimed at teaching
villagers how to conserve their natural heritage, and how to profitably
exploit it in a sustainable manner. Eco-tourism plays an
important role in that profitability and Fumba Beach Lodge is the
first and only lodge offering accommodation on the pristine Fumba
Prices are per person in US Dollars and include half board.
US$105 per person
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US$ 240 per person
Chidren u/12 yrs
sharing with 2 adults
children u/2 yrs
US$150 per person
US$200 per person
US$ 200 per person