Owner Sarah Peled writes:
Tembo Kijani is a small, family-run ecolodge on the Swahili coast of Tanzania between Pangani and Saadani National Park. The lodge combines the African bush with the Indian Ocean, western standards with being “eco”, Europe and Africa.
Four Bush Bandas (70 Euro Single, 110 Euro Double-only full board) and three Sea Bungalows (100 Euro Single, 160 Euro Double-only full board) leave the place with lots of privacy and a familiar atmosphere. All the guest units are nestled in the bush, but are not more than some steps away from the lonely, white sand beach.
Tembo Kijani is a place to relax, enjoy great food from local produce prepared by our German chef, take long strolls on the beach without meeting anybody or explore the surrounding by foot or boat. One-day safaris to the Saadani National Park are offered as well for 200 USD per person (minimum 2 persons).
Transport from the nearest airstrip Pangani/Mashado, Tanga City or Pangani can be arranged.
The lodge is run entirely on renewable energy, the buildings are constructed from natural materials and the place is left as untouched as possible in order not to disturb the wildlife, hence little gazelles, monkeys, snakes, squirrels and other animals can be seen in the bush.
For more info see http://pangani-ecolodge.com