Ras Kutani is an idyllic seaside resort, situated just 25km south of the colourful city of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Resting between quiet secluded shorelines of the Indian Ocean and a crystal blue freshwater lagoon, this idyllic hideaway is a piece of paradise.
A quiet and secluded resort with warm waters and sandy solitude, Ras Kutani is a haven of rejuvenation. The calm lagoon is home to many stunning bird species, and an enchanting forest surrounds the watery setting, where chattering monkeys call. Ras Kutani supports and protects this beautiful ecosystem, home to a vast diversity of flora and fauna. The camp is made from locally sourced and sustainable natural materials, that blends seamlessly into the surrounding environment.
Ras Kutani Accommodation
Ras Kutani boasts 4 private hillside suites with incredible views of the oasis landscape, and 9 beach cottages for a barefoot retreat on the Swahili Coast. Hill House with 2 spacious en-suite rooms, is ideal for groups and families. The cuisine is colourful and traditional, with local catches famously spiced. Relax at the beach bar and lounge, sipping on cocktails as you enjoy the pastel lit skies.
Ras Kutani Activities
Ras Kutani is a tranquil resort, and a haven of rest and rejuvenation. When you are not sipping cocktails on the beach, enjoying a luxurious in-house spa treatment, or lazing in your terrace hammock, you may also enjoy:
Snorkelling – Explore the shipwreck just off shore, and witness beautifully coloured Indian Ocean marine life. Beach Activities – Try kayaking, body boards, or volleyball Forest Walks – Explore the beautiful coastal forest which lies just behind the camp, home to over 132 different species of tree Turtle Hatching – A seasonal occurrence, join an NGO initiative and spot this wonder of nature on secluded beaches nearby.
Contact Greatest Africa to plan your perfect Tanzania escape. Greatest Africa was founded in the Greater Cape Area of South Africa, and also offers private wine tours in the exquisite Cape Region. Our exclusive tours are guided by boutique wine producer Richard Hilton, of Richard Hilton Vineyards, who is also the founder and MD of Greatest Africa.