Foxes Lazy Lagoon Island Lodge, Tanzania
Imagine a private island in the Indian Ocean, the waves lapping the white sandy beach just metres from your bed.
The day stretches ahead with promises of sun, snorkelling and mangrove exploration, just interrupted by freshly prepared meals.
Lazy Lagoon features 12 en suite beach bandas with twin or double beds, and an upstairs ‘loft’ with two twin beds, ideal for older children.
Each spacious banda has both an upstairs balcony and a porch with unimpeded sea views and access straight on to the beach.
Lazy Lagoon is built using local materials and using traditional Swahili architecture. All the buildings have tall steep roofs designed to catch the sea breezes , keeping you cool in the East African heat.
The coral off the coast is home to myriad fish, sea anomies and countless other creatures to drift over and marvel at. For the more ambitious, a dhow trip can take you further out. We have a number of sets of fins, snorkels and goggles for different ages and sizes.
We also have a number of one and two person Kayaks to explore the coastline around the lodge from a different perspective. We have plenty of life jackets for all activities.
Wind and tides permitting, we have an excellent Laser I and Laser II to take out sailing, and an experienced manager to guide you.
How to get there:Qatar Airways offer daily flights from London to Dar es Salaam or Zanzibar, via Doha.
Being an island Lazy Lagoon is only accessible by boat. The boat crosses several times per day so we will arrange to ferry you across on the most convenient crossing.
Lazy Lagoon is 70km north of Dar es Salaam and accessed from Mbegani Fisheries Institute.