No doors, no keys (never any thefts), no worries. Yes, it’s true.
andBeyond Mnemba Island Lodge is the quintessential private-island paradise – and a barefoot one too.
There’s no question Zanzibar’s beaches are beautiful (on some you can go “reef walking”.
But tiny Mnemba Island – three miles off the northern coast of Zanzibar, Tanzania – wins the beautiful beach contest. It’s ringed by blinding white sand as soft and fine as flour.
After we waded ashore from our speedboat, staff dressed in camel-colored shorts took our sandals as they welcomed us.
And we never needed footwear again during our stay.
The paths between buildings at the intimate eco-chic resort are all sand, you dine with your toes in the sand, and everyone goes barefoot, including staff.
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