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A spoon of Moringa

Here at Chem Chem, we are proud of our commitment to sustaining a holistic and organic kitchen. In Tanzania, we experience a 12 month season of exceptional produce which ensures we always have access to the freshest fruit and veggies.

Spices are the heart and soul of any Tanzanian dish and our Chefs are masters at using these spices to create unforgettable flavours. Remember that Zanzibar is one of the busiest Spice Trade Ports in Africa!

Did you know that we have a local rice growing in the community neighbourhood? Tanzania’s best on our doorstep! Planted and harvested still in the traditional way, Magugu rice is long and thick, with the most delicious aroma. It is extremely versatile and we use it to create the creamiest risottos and as the perfect companion to our flavorful curries.

Tarangire is famous for its ancient Baobabs, but very little people know the power that is nestled in the seeds of a Baobab – it is a powerhouse of minerals and Vitamin C, a natural body detox and it can help to control cholesterol levels. We use the ground baobab powder in the making of our biscuits, bread and yoghurt – to give you that extra boost while on safari!

Not enough? What about the Moringa Leaf- the African bush’s natural mutli-vitamin and complete energy booster. The leaves of the Moringa Oleiferea contain 7 x the vitamin C of oranges, 4 x the calcium of milk, 4 x the vitamin A of carrots, 3 x the potassium of bananas, and 2 x the protein of yogurt. Anybody still complaining that Safari is not a healthy vacation!

The Chem Chem lifestyle credo says that food is a large part of your experience with us. It is during a bush-breakfast or a starry-sky-dinner that you will divulge what amazing experiences you gathered out in the bush. It is in these moments where you sit down to fully digest what you have just lived through – and for this our Chefs make sure that each meal served to you enhances your unique and precious moments in the African Wilderness.