This cocktail bar built into the rocks overlooking the beach is a secluded and magical sundowner spot.
Life in Senga Bay revolves around the sea, and there's always something happening on the beach. Go early in the morning to see the boats coming in from night fishing, fish being auctioned and locals of all ages gett…
About 10km south of Senga Bay is Stuart Grant’s tropical fish farm, which breeds and exports cichlids. If you’re interested you can do a half-hour tour of the farm and its several hundred tanks.
Situated in a garden off the main road, this local eatery serves simple dishes such as chicken, beef and veggie curries, chambo and omelettes. Eat within its colourful interior or alfresco.
Senga Bay has a few strips of craft stalls, but the longest is a few kilometres out of town on the Salima road.
Popular little spot for both locals and visitors to commune with a cold beer.