Hakuna Matata Beach Lodge & Spa | Photo Essay

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Hakuna Matata Beach Lodge & Spa is a holiday lounge community in the city of Bububu, Zanzibar. It is located about 25 minutes from the energetic core of Zanzibar Island, with relaxing ocean views, well manicured lawns, and ocean swimming available during high-tide. Hakuna Matata Beach Lodge & Spa is a privately owned lodge.



You may arrive to Hakuna Matata Beach Lodge & Spa with the weight of the world on your shoulders, but you will leave refreshed and renewed.

Join me here and on TripAdvisor, next week, for the full review of Hakuna Matata Beach Lodge & Spa.


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