Sansibar – Relax at Neptune Pwani Beach Resort (Tanzania)

Kategorien: Reiseblog, Africa, Tanzania

For the last days of our world trip it was important to us to have a nice destination at the end, where we can just sleep, relax and sunbathe a little. And if you are already in Africa, what better way than Sansibar?. So this is our travel post from the Neptune Pwani Beach Resort 🙂


The Days
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of our Trip around the World

Neptune Pwani Beach Resort in Sansibar

Already in the run-up to our trip we had found an unbelievably good offer in the all-inclusive Hotel Neptune Pwani Beach Resort & Spa on the east coast of Sansibar (Google Maps).

Neptune Pwani Beach Resort & Spa is a 5* traditional resort right on the long sandy beach of Sansibar. And because of the all-inclusive, it was great that we didn’t have to worry about anything at the end of our long journey.

The beach on the east coast of Sansibar

Our only activity in the 6 days was a trip to dive & snorkel to nearby Mnemba Island. The report and a diving video can be found here. Otherwise we were mostly located by the pool. We didn’t find the beach so beautiful. Especially at low tide it should be noted that the water really retreats very far.

Enjoy the last days of the world tour

The great thing was: Sabrina and Sebastian from our safari happened to be in the same hotel, so we often met, had dinner together or in the evening at the bar we drank one or the other cocktail and played a trick.

It was just perfect and we had some nice relaxing days on Sansibar. A perfect conclusion to a magnificent world tour! ❤

Alle Reiseberichte aus Tansania

Im Jahr 2014 hatten wir bereits eine mehrtägige Safari durch den Kruger Nationalpark in Südafrika gemacht und waren davon so begeistert, dass für uns fest stand, dass eine Safari auf unserer Weltreise nicht fehlen darf. Die Wahl fiel recht schnell auf Tansania, da man hier prima eine Safari & Erhohlung am Strand verbinden kann.

Reiseberichte Tansania » Unsere 7 Tage Safari in der Serengeti
» Der Arusha Nationalpark & der Ngurdoto Krater
» Der Tarangire Nationalpark – Home of Elephants
» Der Lake Manyara Nationalpark – Home of Tree Climbing Lions
» Der Ngorongoro Krater im Nationalpark Serengeti
» Der Serengeti Nationalpark – ein UNESCO Weltnaturerbe
» Eine Morgenpirschfahrt im Serengeti Nationalpark
» Das Lobo-Gebiet in der nördlichen Serengeti
» Die nördliche Serengeti & Rückfahrt nach Arusha
» Arusha & unser Flug auf die Insel Sansibar
» Sansibar – Entspannen im Neptune Pwani Beach Resort
» Mnemba Island – Tauchen & Schnorcheln auf Sansibar