Ras Kutani

Ras Kutani rests 25 km south of Dar es Salaam within a virgin coastal forest, between the deserted beaches of the Indian Ocean and the quiet inlets of a freshwater lagoon, creating an idyllic hideaway. 

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Special Interests:

Adventure
Flora
Bird Watching

Ras Kutani rests 25 km south of Dar es Salaam within a virgin coastal forest, between the deserted beaches of the Indian Ocean and the quiet inlets of a freshwater lagoon, creating an idyllic hideaway. Relaxation is the keynote to Ras Kutani with a few easy activities, including spa, snorkeling a shipwreck, boogie boarding, kayaking, walks and watching turtles hatching.

In the heart of the retreat lies the welcoming bar and open air lounge, as well as the expansive restaurant terrace with a ceiling of African stars. The accommodations blend into Ras Kutani’s exquisite environment, offering alfresco luxury living with a Swahili twist. Accommodations feature four exclusive hillside suites with private plunge pools, the family house and the nine beachfront cottages with spacious verandas, overlooking the warms waters of the Indian Ocean.

  • Beach Drop Off
  • Bird Watching
  • Kayaking
  • Massages
  • Snorkeling
  • Surfing
  • Turtle Tracking
  • Walks (Self Guided)