Watch this space as we are awaiting the new images of the Villa. Super smart, exclusive villa sleeping 12 pax near Pangani, Tanzania.
Please join us for our webinar about The Tides Lodge and Villa – a 15 minute online presentation which will tell you all you need to know about selling this beautiful property.
Where: At your desk!
When: WEDNESDAY 18th November 2015 at 16hr00 GMT
How: Register here! THE TIDES WEBINAR
Cant make it? Don’t worry, register anyway and we will send you a recording of the webinar so that you can watch it at a time that suits you.
Opening in January 2016, the Villa is a magnificent 6 bedroom house with all rooms benefiting from air-conditioning and en-suite facilities. Three rooms are on the second level with magnificent views over the beach and ocean. Tastefully furnished it is the epitome of high class accommodation and a perfect retreat for a large extended family or groups of up to 12 people wishing to enjoy complete privacy and high levels of service. It is totally self-contained, with it’s own swimming pool; dedicated team of staff; has high speed internet; it’s own leisure boat for trips to Maziwe Island.
Your private chef will prepare fresh meals tailored to the specific needs of the group. Of-course we have access to the freshest seafood you will find anywhere and this is the Chefs forte. However any other dietary requirement can also be catered for and something tasty and interesting will be prepared.
The rates are all-inclusive and on an exclusive basis ensuring total privacy. An wide selection of drinks will be available.
The rates are very competitive from $240 per person on an all inclusive basis!
The Tides Lodge is delighted to announce that the refurbishment program is complete and the lodge is looking stunning as they open for the new season. The beach cottages are looking so smart with newly thatched roofs, bathrooms and a fresh coat of paint!
The bar area is looking fantastic and ready for guests who wish to watch the waves roll in over a morning cup of coffee or something stronger as the sun sets over the turquoise Indian Ocean.