The Main Pavilion hosts a ‘waterfall’ bar which overlooks a large 25-metre infinity pool that seemingly conjoins with the sparkling warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Dining is an experience in itself. Kilindi offers a multitude of private and intimate locales to enjoy the freshly prepared fare from our Executive Chef’s kitchen. If not dining in the privacy of your own Pavilion, the Main Pavilion’s alfresco terrace awaits; or perhaps choose a romantic dinner on the pristine sands gently lapped by the ocean waters; the choice is yours.

Facilities & Activities

15 eastern-styled domed Pavilion Rooms nestle amongst a 50-acre tropical garden, the perfect and intimate retreat for each and every guest. This ‘close-to-nature’ approach of Kilindi’s design provides the true essence to any stay. The Pavilion Rooms have their very own private plunge pool as well as open-air ‘rainfall’ shower rooms that create the feeling of being at one with nature.

With each Pavilion served by a dedicated Butler, your are guaranteed a personal and professional service; and should you wish to leave the oasis of privacy that is your private Pavilion, your Butler can advise as to the many activities and excursions that Kilindi and the island can offer.

The very mention of the spice island of Zanzibar seems to stir the soul in much the same way as it has done for voyagers down the ages. This tropical island is today one of the world’s most sought-after idylls especially by travelers who pursue a purity that only a true paradise can deliver. Kilindi Zanzibar is a rarity in the world of luxury boutique hotels. Originally designed for Bjorn Ulvaeus, one of the members of the world famous Abba ‘pop music’ group, Kilindi is a true blend of the very best of diverse cultures.

The Hotel

Kilindi offers the following exiting activities at an additional cost:

  • Scuba Diving and Snorkeling
  • Deep Sea Fishing
  • Spice Farm Tour
  • Stonetown Walking Tour
  • Safaris to Tanzania National Parks Exotic
  • Dhow Sunset Cruise
  • Day Trips to; Jozani Forest Kizimkazi
  • Dolphin Spotting