Zanzibar is a melting pot of cultures and tradition. A traditional trading point on the east African spice route, the island is famous for its vast spice farms and beautiful azure beaches. Stone Town is a bustling and unique little town with thin cobbled streets and thousands of vendors selling everything from fabrics to tasty food. Zanzibar is surrounding by many small islands if you are looking to disappear completely, and day trips to the bigger island of Pemba Island or Mafia Island is a must. A combination of African, Arabic and eastern influences make this islands a real cultural treasure. We just love it.
If you believe a holiday isn’t a holiday without some Vitamin D and a dose of warm turquoise water, add Zanzibar to your safari package. It’s incredibly easy to get to, stunningly beautiful and even if the term “sunbathing” sends a chill down your spine, there’s plenty to do.
The traditional wooden dhows or sailing boats billowing across the Indian ocean are a common sight in Zanzibar. But don’t just watch them – hire one for the day, complete with its local crew, and discover the hidden corners of the island on your own terms.
Tourism in Zanzibar has escalated in recent years and some of the hotels have lost their local flavor and personal touch. We can help you to make sure you don’t end up with a cold dinner buffet and an overcrowded swimming pool – just book with us!!
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It is situated on the Swahili Coast, adjacent to Tanganyika (mainland Tanzania)
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