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Greystoke Mahale | Tanzania | Lake Tanganyika
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Your home at Greystoke Mahale is in wildly exotic wooden bandas, looking out across the soft sand beach, with interiors fashioned from old seasoned dhow timber and decorated with style and panache.

The six open-fronted bandas are set just on the forest line, looking out over the lake, with dressing rooms behind and upstairs chill-out decks; they are designed with flair, generosity and passion for the most demanding of castaways.

The bathrooms are set just behind, and accessible via a short wooden boardwalk. They all have flush toilets and powerful showers, with hot and cold water available on demand.

Life at Mahale is easy in this barefoot paradise. If a morning's 'chimping' sounds a bit too energetic, you can relax on your own chill-out deck, spend lazy hours staring out over the lake, and it's just a short stroll to the mess for coffee or an early evening sundowner at the bar.

6 open-fronted bandas made from dhow wood, on the forest edge, overlooking a pristine beach and the crystal waters of Lake Tanganyika.

Each banda has its own dressing room, upper chill-out deck and bathrooms set close behind, with flushing toilets, powerful showers with hot & cold running water.

There is a large dining area with library & bar and a second separate 

bar area on a headland overlooking the lake. 

Conservation & Community:

The Tongwe Trust, founded officially in 2006, supports community-based projects throughout Tongwe-land - from Village Forest Reserves of extraordinary biodiversity, through boat-building and eco-tourism, to schools, dispensaries and village micro-enterprise. The Trust is also collecting an invaluable archive of Tongwe folklore, herbal medicine and music.


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