Fish Eagle Point – Tanga Contacts

These fantastic videos were made by an initiative called Conservation Through Tourism – Kili to Coast. The videos feature us at Fish Eagle Point along with scenes from other beautiful places in Tanzania.
We are a family-run business and live at Fish Eagle Point permanently. We opened Fish Eagle Point just in time for Christmas 2008, so just had our tenth anniversary!
Steve and Cathy Attwell have lived in Tanzania since the early 1990s and are originally from Zimbabwe. Fish Eagle Point used to be where we came on family camping holidays, but when the opportunity arose, we started the lodge and moved here permanently.

We have another property in Arusha (the first Bed & Breakfast in Arusha!) which we opened in the mid-1990s – check it out, The Outpost Lodge.

We Love Nature!
We love living amongst nature, on a beautiful and untouched stretch of the Indian Ocean. It has its challenges, but we love looking after the coastline and forest around us and do everything we can to ensure that the natural environment around us is protected.

Some of what we have done over the years: working with a charity to relocate turtle nests and roll out educational projects, working with the government to facilitate patrols for bad fishing practices and mangrove protection, working with organisations to rehabilitate the reef, and numerous other projects. Besides the land the lodge is on, we rent as much land as we can around the lodge to protect the forest.

Our Local Community
We believe that protecting the environment and creating awareness of conservation will benefit the communities around us. We are passionate about working together with the community and have worked with some amazing organizations over the years to build and improve on schools, community offices/meeting rooms, clinics, classrooms, housing for the elderly, rainwater systems, desks, and multiple other projects. Most of our staff come from the local area (we are one of the only few employers in this new Mkinga region so all staff has been trained by us). We have sourced almost all of our building materials from this area and used local building ‘fundi’s’ and practices to create a lodge that is both artistic and natural.