|Walk:||Nungwi Walk 1|
|Location:||Africa > Tanzania > Zanzibar > Nungwi|
What should we know?
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|Environment type:||ocean, rock pool, white sand|
|Location type:||rural, villages|
What can we see or do there?
|Attractions:||Mnarani Natural Aquarium|
|Services:||Baraka Beach Restaurant, Fishermans Grill, Guru Guru Bar and Restaurant, Mabwe Roots Bungalows Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant|
|Shops:||New Worldwide Supermarket and Grocery|
How much will it cost us?
|Currency:||Tanzanian Shilling (TZS)|
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When should we go there, and for how long?
|Average time taken:||1 hour, 15 minutes|
|High season:||June to October, December to February|
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How can we get in contact?
|Country calling code:||255|
What are the numbers and averages?
|Though the ocean view remains similar, this beautiful walk lets you appreciate the distinctions between the beaches along the Nungwi coast. You pass by rock pools, fishing villages, 5* resorts and eateries, and budget wooden-shack bars. There is some hassle from beach sellers but they are easy to shake off and for the most part you will be left alone to enjoy the surroundings. – Sarah|
|This walk is not possible during high tide, so time your excursion well or rely on using the backroads through the village.|
|Do dress modestly (especially through Nungwi Beach 2) and bring supplies – there aren’t too many shops along the way. You might also want to bring some shoes should you have to head inland.|
|To turn this into a longer activity, consider stopping by for the chef’s special at the Fishermans Grill or an afternoon beer at Mnarani Natural Aquarium.|
|If you have a tip about Nungwi Walk 1 and would like to share that information with the community, contact [email protected] and we’ll post it right here in the directory.|
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