Protea Hotel Amani Beach
Ras Kutani is an idyllic paradise, 30 km south of Dar es Salaam.
A stunning white sand beach, a sweetwater lagoon and hardly any tourism.
Ras Kutani lies between the deserted shores of the Indian Ocean and the quiet coves of a sweetwater lagoon, creating a barefoot paradise.
Only 30 km south of the bustling metropolis of Dar es Salaam is a little paradise.
No other people than a few tourists and the necessary staff are living in Ras Kutani.
This secluded Cape, about 30 km south of Dar es Salaam, is a haven of tropical-island style without leaving the mainland.
Ras Kutani doesn’t produce its own products.
There are possibilities for snorkeling, but there are no possibilities for diving.
Ras Kutani has a tropical climate and is an alluring destination all year round.
April and May:
There is a higher chance of rain. This essentially means a tropical shower in the morning and sometimes at night. The temperatures are pleasant (30 degrees).
June to October:
This is the “cool” period in Ras Kutani. The temperature has fallen slightly to an average of 28 degrees during the day.
November to December:
Precipitation varies and the temperature slightly rises.
December to February:
This is the hottest period of the year (33 degrees during the day).
1. From July to October, you can witness the awesome humpback whales that migrate along Ras Kutani.
Ras Kutani is made of infinite pieces of creamy white sand – only interrupted by a single footprint – and the rippling of the cool blue waves. The emphasis is on pure relaxation …
In Ras Kutani, breathtakingly beautiful water birds reside around the lagoon, turtles lay their eggs and swim humpback whales.
Common animals include various species of birds, monkeys, turtles, and tropical fish.
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Looking for pure relaxation on bare feet?
Ras Kutani is the perfect place for you to retreat after an adventurous safari and fully relax in blissful luxury.