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It sits 60 miles from Dar es Salaam and its lively streets.
Put aside some time for enjoying the refreshing ocean breeze and collecting washed up treasures at Jambiani Beach or Paje Beach.
You'll discover some pleasant natural sights outside of Kiwengwa. Why not head 17 miles to Prison Island? Alternatively, soak up some of nature's finest artwork at Jozani Forest Reserve, 18 miles away.
Don't be surprised if you find some like-minded travellers at Kiwengwa Beach.
Be sure to visit other close-by sights, such as Spanish Dancer Divers and Mapenzi Beach. You'll come across them 4 miles north in Pwani Mchangani. Not ready to return the rental car just yet? Mnarani Natural Aquarium and Nungwi Natural Aquarium are in Kendwa, 15 miles to the north of Kiwengwa.
Zanzibar Town is situated 17 miles away from Kiwengwa and is a vital part of the region. Nearby sights include the Slave Market, the House of Wonders and Old Fort. Looking for more? Livingstone's House and Darajani Market are also within easy reach.
Whether you prefer the stylishness of Michelin stars or munching on a snack from a street stall, sampling the local food and drink is one of the most amazing things about travel. So why not tantalise your taste buds by trying some of the area's delicious offerings?
Searching for some insight into the regional food? We recommend trying ugali (maize porridge) and fish, two staples which make up a range of dishes here.
There's always a local meal or two that you've absolutely got to try, and during your time in Kiwengwa, ugali (cornmeal) is certainly among them. Vitumbua (rice cakes) is another much-loved dish that's not to be missed.
Kashata ( made from coconut and ground nuts) is a dessert that sums up this place in a single mouthful. Order up a serving and then get another to go!
It can be hard to sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to good beers, but one brew worth knocking back is tusker beer. Grab a pint and bottoms up!
You can expect excitement in the air around the 26th of April. The locals will be getting themselves ready for Union Day, a day of national celebrations.
It's hard to say goodbye to a region as rich and beautiful as Zanzibar, but it will always welcome you back should you decide to return.
Zanzibar International Airport (ZNZ) is the nearest terminal, 20 miles to the southwest. Ensure you give yourself enough time to get there.
You needn't stress about booking your hotel in Kiwengwa. The ebookers travel guide currently contains more than 21 properties. Though, it's almost always better to plan ahead!
The Dream of Zanzibar and Diamonds Mapenzi Beach - All Inclusive are a selection of accommodations worth taking a look at. If you like what you see, you better move swiftly! These establishments are highly sought-after for their cosy beds and professional staff.