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Milele villas is a group of two Eco-villas. Ours was called Villa Tatu. Right at the beach; the view is breathtaking and utterly enjoyable.
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It is solar powered, has WiFi, dining area, swimming pool, two non-traditional hammocks, very comfortable beds, hospitable and kind staff. I want to believe I speak for this group when I say we thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the villa. On our first and last night we had bonfires 🔥 by the beach and played games.
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We arrived at night, playing games and having a good time in the vehicle. Got to the entrance of the “road” to Milele and everyone kept trying to remove horrible thoughts from their mind. It was both hilarious and scary 😂😂😂. Very lonely road with no light (because we were in a village), just trees and rough road 🤭🤭. We laughed it out and a few of us held our breaths until we entered the villa, we couldn’t see a lot because it was dark (except for lights in the building) so we silently prayed it’ll be a lot more amazing in the morning.
Wouldn’t have asked for a better group to share this Tanzanian experience with.
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🌍: Nungwi, Zanzibar
Good morning
It’s Sunday and we thought to gift you a ray of sunshine even as the skies are gray in Lagos.
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Have you ever stayed in an eco-friendly accommodation? What was it like?
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🌍: Nungwi, Zanzibar
How do you react when you see another black person in a destination where it’s rare? I’m always really excited and i either smile at them or give a “yeah I see you bro/sis” head nod or start a conversation.
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As seemingly woke the black travel community looks on social media, I still find myself in places where locals have never seen black people and they either want to touch your hair, skin or take photos of you 🤨. Cappadocia was somewhat shocking for me. Surely with the amount of hot air ballon photos on Instagram, it shouldn’t be “a needle in a haystack”  to see a few black people  exploring as well. It was, I only saw ONE person that looked like me.
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If you’ve experienced this, how did you react seeing another black person? If you haven’t, how would you react? Please leave a comment, I’ll definitely love to read from you 👇🏽👇🏽👇🏽. 🎶: Wande Coal- So Mi So
These vegetarian turtles are quite precious to watch. Seaweed is their favourite “dish”. They only put their heads voluntarily above water for seaweed and air.
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It’s like their clarion call. Once they smell the sea weed, they swim closer to eat and sometimes share amongst themselves. They love it so much, you have to make sure none is stuck on your skin. If any seaweed is stuck to your skin, they chase the seaweed and in an attempt to eat it it’s possible they bite you. They have sharp teeth and strong jaws so you wouldn’t want that.
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If you won’t swim with them, would you feed them?
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🌍: Nungwi, Zanzibar
Baraka Natural Aquarium
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A sanctuary for sea turtles in Nungwi. It is basically a glorified natural rock pool but I can not deny it’s interesting to see sea turtles up-close and be able to swim with them. If you want, you can hang on to the back of one and let it take you on a swim.
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Hanging on the back of a turtle to swim, yay or nay?
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🌍: Nungwi, Zanzibar
Changuu was a good time! We spent some time waiting on our snorkel equipment to arrive. Played games, sang and danced until it was time.
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Other tourists kept taking pictures/making videos of us. A grandfather danced to our music 💃🏽💃🏽. We danced to the beach, took some pictures and got on the boat.
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The nomads who got to snorkel and see the coral reefs had a great time but one of us stepped on a sea urchin in an attempt to get back on the boat ☹️. Thank heavens it was not a poisonous one. Snorkelling was fun nonetheless and we will most definitely be doing that  on our trip to MOZAMBIQUE this Christmas 💃🏽.
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Click link in bio to book the last spot.
📸: @isleimpressions
🌍: Zanzibar, 🇹🇿
The oldest Aldabra tortoise on the island is 194years old. We got to feed them, pet them and watch them mate ( 🙊). Their babies were kept in special cages, to avoid being stepped on or lost they’re really tiny until about 9years I think 😩. The youngest we saw outside the cage and big was 12years old.
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Check out the trip highlights 👆🏾
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🌍: Changuu Private Island, Zanzibar
Changuu Island
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Also known as Prison Island, was used  as a prison for rebellious slaves but became a quarantine station for yellow fever cases. Recently, it has become a government owned tourist-resort and a sanctuary for the endangered giant Aldabra tortoises.
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🌍: Zanzibar, 🇹🇿
Mood: Slaying graciously 😍 and wondering why you have not booked the last spot on our trip to Mozambique. One more spot! Click link in bio to book it!
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🌍: StoneTown, Zanzibar
Maru Maru 😩😩
The nomads absolutely loved this hotel. We wished we planned to spend more than one night here but oh well!
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oh God! The food was the most amazing food we had in Tanzania! Dinner and breakfast 😍😍😍. if we had lunch time, we’d have had lunch there too 😭. Nomads loved it so much some said they’d be back to eat there before returning to Dar.
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Did they end up going back or did they forget to? 🤔
What do you guys think?
📸: @isleimpressions
🌍: StoneTown, Zanzibar
Good morning sunshines!!
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Maru Maru, our hotel in StoneTown, the cutest boutique hotel I’ve slept in. Funny that on the way, because of how StoneTown looks, we were scared. I was silently praying it wouldn’t be a “what you ordered vs what was delivered” situation. This prayer lasted till we got into the hotel and it turned into “wow, thank God”.
We were received with refreshingly cold towels and glasses of mixed fruit juice. A very warm(or should we say cool?) welcome. Very comfortable beds with mosquito nets and a help going around with insecticide. ...to be continued
📸: @isleimpressions
🌍: StoneTown, Zanzibar
Our very own Beyoncé. (Beyonce? You might ask. It’s an inside joke you won’t get because you didn’t come to Tanzania with us 😝😝).
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Swipe ⬅️ to see Beyonce and her fans, two men from the Maasai tribe.
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