Kilindi is a 15 unit piece of functional art scattered along a picturesque-perfect stretch of Northern Zanzibar. Designed by Neil Rocher in conjunction with some long-serving Tanzanian specialists, Kilindi brings a welcome dash of pizazz to the island. Standing watch over the time-honoured Dhow Routes, along a crescent of coral-bright sand, each of the fifteen pavilions embrace cascading rain-water pools, lush tropical gardens and domed private spaces of rest, indulgence and well-being.
Scattered over 52 acres above the best beach on the island, the 15 “pavilions” each have two rainwater pools (with a waterfall in between), as well as domed living and sleeping spaces open to the sea. If you want to get away from it all on Zanzibar, then Kilindi might be the answer. The rooms overlook Tumbatu Island in the north, and bordered by casuarina forest. Kilindi will be far and away the most exclusive spot on Zanzibar.
All meals are included.
The activities offered here are historical stone town tours, jozani forest tours, sunset dhow cruises, safari blue dolphin tours, snorkeling, kayaking, and more.