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The name Zanzibar refers to the archipelago, the island of Unguja and also the urban centre. The origin of the name is thought to have Persian or Arabic origin. In Persian the name is believed to have derived from the words ‘Zangh Bar’, meaning ‘the Negro Coast.

Where better to go after an action-packed wildlife safari or a tough Kilimanjaro climb? Zanzibar is a tropical paradise just off the coast from Dar es Salaam. Imagine endless blue skies, stunning white sand beaches framed by whispering palm trees dancing to the rhythm of African drum beats long into the night. Zanzibar is also often described as a ‘cultural melting-pot’, owing to the various different people who have settled here over the ages – all of which have all left their mark in one way or another. From the bustle of the bazaars to the exquisite architecture of Stone Town, your memories of Zanzibar will last a lifetime.

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If you are looking to combine a Tanzania safari or mountain climbing holiday with an island getaway, then Zanzibar is the perfect destination as it offers the ultimate blend of culture, history, and relaxation. We can assist with helping you arrange the perfect Zanzibar holiday. Whether you need help booking flights, accommodation, or activities, we can customise a package that best suits your needs.

Indian ocean beaches

Brilliant white beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Indian Ocean provide the perfect places to relax and soak up the busy sightseeing.

Just south of Zanzibar town are Fuji Beach and Chuini Beach, which both offer a range of water sports, while to the north there is Mangapwani where the only noise is likely to be the sound of the ocean. On the northern tip of the island is Nungwi, where visitors can watch fishermen’s boats being built or swim in the coral lagoons.

On Zanzibar’s northeast coast are the beaches of Matemwe, Mapenzi, Kiwenga, and Uroa, with their wide stretches of uncrowded sands and opportunities to explore the underwater world. Other well-developed resort areas: Pingwe, Bwejuu and Jambiani are to be found on the south-eastern coast.

The ocean offers warm clear blue waters, idyllic islands, excellent reefs for snorkeling/SCUBA, fantastic deep-sea fishing, water sports and of course delicious fresh seafood. You can also opt to go for an early morning boat ride to swim with the dolphins.

Other things to do in Zanzibar:


With over 1,200 years of interesting and culturally diverse history, Stone Town is a unique place that is a must-visit for anyone planning a trip to Zanzibar. Walk around and you’ll see shutters hanging off their hinges, paint peeling from the walls and urban decay where there was once extravagant facades. But despite the years and years of deterioration, you can’t help but feel this adds to the town’s magical charm.


Zanzibar has got its name as the “Spice Island” for a reason, and no trip is complete without exploring some of its famous spice plantations. If you’re a foodie at heart and love to cook, these educational tours offer a great insight into how spices are harvested.


35 km southeast from Zanzibar City is Jozani Forest Reserve, an area of 10 sq km whose thick forest, with trees over 100 years old, are one of the last remaining sanctuaries of Red Colobus monkey.


The Zanzibar International Film Festival was established in 1997 to promote the art and culture of the Dhow region, which consists of the Arabian Peninsula, the Indian sub-continent, Asia, Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.


Once the main slave-trading port in East Africa, you can learn more about Zanzibar’s haunting past by visiting Stone Town’s former slave market. At its height in the 18th and 19th centuries, some 45,000 slaves were shipped from Zanzibar to Brazil, India and Arab countries.


Prison Island is another popular destination. The island was used to contain disobedient slaves where a jail was also built in 1893 but never used. Today the island’s most famous inhabitants are giant tortoise and it is a popular place for a swim, a stroll or a picnic.



Arrive in Zanzibar

Day 1

Prison island | spice tour

After delicious breakfast at your hotel you’ll start with a half day at prison island a home of Aldabra Giants tortoises origin from Seychelles broughr to Zanzibar on 1919, it’s just 35minutes boat ride to see, touch and feed the Giants tortoises.

After that we’ll head back to stone town and start the journey to spice farm where you’ll experience spices on their origin trees, taste,touch, smell and eat some seasonal tropical fruits and coconut (zanzibar coca cola) you also evidence a coconut climber

Dat 2Full day sea adventure (kwale island) Safari blue

After delicious breakfast at your hotel you’ll be driven to southwest coast for the full day adventure, sandbank, relaxing on the beach, swimming, snorkeling coral reef with dozenof coral fish, sunbathing, fruits and seafood lunch of lobsters, shrimps calamari prawns etc. Soft drinks and mineral water also will part of it.

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