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“Hatching” out of my old ways and back to myself….

Posted on Tue January 8, 2019.

Turtle hatching season will start in June and soon the beautiful coast of Tanzania will be filled with thousands of little newcomers. This reminded me of my first magical encounter with a turtle hatchling on the beach of Chole Island.

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On your next family holiday, why not reconnect the old-fashioned way?

Posted on Thu December 13, 2018 in Family Holidays.

What better way to reconnect with your family than a secluded island holiday with treehouse accommodation? Not only do you get to play real-life Tarzan and Jane with your kids, but they also get to experience something truly wild and special. Chole Mjini is a family business and we’re always running family specials to make sure more people get to experience the natural splendour of this unique spot in paradise we call home.

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Swimming with Whale Sharks at Chole Mjini and Kitu Kiblu

Posted on Sun November 18, 2018.

Swimming with whale sharks is a unique experience and a bucket list item for many people. These gentle giants only surface in a few places in the world, for a limited period of time, and finding the right place to have your encounter, isn’t as straight-forward as it might seem.

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Scuba Diving at Chole Mjini and Mafia Island

Posted on Thu October 11, 2018.

Scuba diving is a passion for many people across the world. For the experienced diver, it is the chance to discover new depths, to finetune your buoyancy control, and to find the hidden treasures that lie in wait at every new dive site. For the novice, it that magical feeling of being able to breathe underwater for the first time. It’s seeing a whole new submerged world, where time stands still and you become part of the sea life – drifting weightlessly through a flourishing landscape that remains hidden to most eyes.

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Top 5 Places To Swim With Whale Sharks

Posted on Sat October 6, 2018.

Swimming with the largest fish on earth has become a bucket list item for many. Thousands of people travel all over the world every year, chasing the various whale shark seasons, to get the opportunity to swim with these gentle giants as they migrate to shallower waters to feed.

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