Miti Miwiri (meaning two trees in Swahili) offers fantastic value-for-money accommodation on Ibo Island. The two storey house in the old town was renovated using traditional materials and modern techniques. Miti Miwiri currently has nine rooms that can accommodate between 2 and 4 people per room. It has a large, lush garden where you can relax, and a veranda with magnificent views over the mangrove bay and the stone town. It also boasts a quirky cocktail bar, and good, affordable meals are served.
The owners Jörg and Elder can help you arrange plenty of activities on and around Ibo - guided historical tours, snorkeling, fishing, boat safaris and dhow excursions, island visits, canoeing, bicycle hire and bird watching.
Miti Miwiri offers inexpensive motorised boat transfers from Tandanhangue to the island and transfers by motorbike from the air strip to the guesthouse at $5 per person each way (one at a time of course…)
Rates (not including breakfast):
Low Season (20 - 31 January, February, March, November, December 1 - 19)
From $50 per room per night
Mid Season (April, May, June, July, September, October)
From $60 per room per night
Peak Season (January 1 - 19, August, December 20 - 31)
From $65 per room per night
Miti Miwiri is located in Bairro Cimento, the town area of Ibo Island.
Kaskazini can arrange air transfers from Pemba, a scenic 25 minute flight over the Quirimba islands, which is by far the fastest and most convenient option to Ibo.
The other alternative is a rather long and bumpy drive to Tadanhangue, close to Quissanga, from where you can catch a dhow. Remember the boats can only cross at high tide.
We also offer safe, reliable 4x4 road transfers that take approximately 2,5 hours in the dry season and as long as 5 hours in the wet season, followed by a one hour motorised boat trip to the island.
Our office hours are:
Mondays to Fridays 08h00 - 15h00
Saturdays 09h00 - 12h00
Sundays - Closed
Mobile: +258 823096990
(Between 08h00 - 16h00, local time)
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