Experience the wonders of Zanzibar whilst spoiling yourself to the ultimate luxury beach getaway. Baraza Resort is an exclusive boutique hotel located along Bwejuu Beach - one of the top 30 island beaches in the world!
The definitive luxury resort
The opulent Baraza Resort, with its 30 luxury villas, is a stunning, fully inclusive, and exclusive boutique beach resort. Each villa highlights the essence of grandeur through its beautifully lavish interiors, delightful fabrics, and hand-crafted furniture. The villas show off enchanting brass lanterns which complement the striking architecture that pays tribute to Zanzibar’s Arabic, Indian, Persian, Asian, and Swahili history. The villas feature large bathrooms, spacious terraces, and each one has its own individual plunge pool.
Relax in style
Baraza Resort is well-known for its luxurious Frangipani Spa. The spa features a special pool, and the spa has relaxation rooms both inside and outside. It also has a lovely Sultan’s bath, yoga centre, fitness centre, and tennis court. It offers an impressive number of treatments, each designed to help guests wind down and take in the beauty of Zanzibar. Why not enjoy a delightful massage by candlelight and forget about all you worries?
Experience the magic of Zanzibar
Baraza Resort’s beautiful architecture celebrates the designs and traditions of the Swahili culture. The resort allows guests to enjoy a touch of the Sultan’s Palaces of Zanzibar through its gorgeous architectural designs and då_cor. Baraza offers guests a true taste of Zanzibar through its exotic menu that features delightful Arabic, Indian, and Swahili flavours – all made using the island’s best produce and amazing local spices. Each dinner aims to honour the different influences that Zanzibar cuisine has been exposed to. Baraza promotes Zanzibar’s plentiful culture and heritage by letting guests cook with the renowned chefs. Guests can also take a few Swahili lessons and they can learn all about Zanzibar’s history by making use of the jam-packed library.
Baraza Resort is a convenient 45 minute drive away from Zanzibar International airport.
When to go:
Tanzania offers a diversity of wildlife like no other, culture immersion and a land of continual contrasts. East Africa’s biggest country by a long way, home to the famous Serengeti, exquisite Zanzibar, Ngorongoro Crater, Africa’s highest mountain and Africa’s largest lake it really does have it all. Here’s what to expect in Tanzanian’s different seasons:
June to October is the winter/dry season. This is when the bush is less dense and animals are much easier to spot as they generally congregate near waterholes. There isn’t much rain at this time of year, the skies are blue and there are a lot less mosquitoes than in the summer months. It is also the best time to see the incredible wonder that is the great wildebeest migration, although parks are generally busier at this time, as a result. For more on the migration click here.
November to May is Tanzania’s wet season. It is also the low season, so the reserves are less crowded and rates are lower. The landscape is lush and green and many newborn animals can be seen. The plains are alive and many migratory birds are visiting. Although rain is heavier during this time it is only between March and May that it can sometimes be cloudy and continuous.