Welcome to Lazy Lagoon Island
Imagine a private island in the Indian Ocean, the waves lapping the white sandy beach just metres from your bed. The day stretches ahead with promises of sun, snorkeling and mangrove exploration, just interrupted by freshly prepared meals.
The perfect honeymoon
After spending 4 nights in their Ruaha River Camp, we spent the second half of our honeymoon on Foxes Lazy Lagoon Island. Everything was absolutely perfect and every single one of the staff are a complete credit to the company. The manager Sarah - and her dogs Danny and Timmy! - were so welcoming and helpful and nothing ever felt rushed or pressured. Everything completely went above and beyond... Read More
Most amazing place to relax!
Lazy Lagoon is the most relaxing place. It is remote, natural and beautiful. The cottages right on the beach are spacious and comfortable. Sounds of the ocean lull you to sleep and awaken you gently. The food is amazing, a good variety and tasty. Staff are friendly and willing. Manager Sarah is warm and obliging and we loved her dogs, Danny and Timmy, who walked with us every afternoon... Read More
A great spot for a getaway!
A nice spot not very far from Dar es Salaam city where you can spend some time away from the chaotic city life. Very close compared to Zanzibar, if you are limited on time this place is highly recommended. Amazing rooms with a beach view, good food and service! Friendly staff.
What a Great Experience
If you are looking for peace & quiet with the sea right at your bungalow this is the place to go. The bungalow was private, spacious and comfortable right on the stunning white beach. Big comfortable bed with full mozzie net, the bathroom was basic but adequate. We were self driving and arrived at the pick-up point early & caught a lift out with the water supply boat which... Read More
Lazy Lagoon is open all year around. Southern Tanzania has a 6 month dry season between the months of June to November, but the Coastal area does attract some rain showers throughout the year, so it is not quite so predictable.