ZANZIBAR ISLAND PARKAGES
Zanzibar beaches are a perfect option to rest your mind after a tiring, dusty, wild safari experience in Tanzania or any safari destination in Africa.
Zanzibar is located 25 to 50 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania. It is an archipelago that consists of a number of big and small islands. Most of the Zanzibar archipelago falls under the Zanzibar region which comprises two big islands surrounded by many small islets. One island is Unguja which is informally referred to as Zanzibar, and the other is Pemba Island. Around the shoreline, you can stroll around for hours as there will be far less crowd surrounding you. Resorts, traditional huts, and hotels are only growing in number.
Unguja is prominent of the two where the historical Stone Town is situated. Stone Town which is also known as Mji Mkongwe is reminiscent of the colonial era and slavery period. Due to its rich cultural heritage importance, it is inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can visit this place alongside your Zanzibar beach holidays. Also, take a tour to the spice farms where various fruits and spices ranging from cloves to cinnamon are cultivated which make the area aromatic.
Scuba diving and Snorkeling are getting ever more popular in these islands. Especially in Pemba, there are numerous diving spots with affluent marine ecosystems.
Zanzibar is a dream Land to explore after all bumping, long drive in a dust road from Tanzania wilderness.
Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa.
The tropical island of Zanzibar is one of a kind and a favorite holiday destination after a safari on the mainland of Tanzania.
Zanzibar beaches tours is a Zanzibar itinerary that will take you to northern Zanzibar in Ras nungwi beaches for the best and peaceful beaches.
Meet and greet and transfer to Stone Town at the Tembo Hotel for dinner and overnight (HB).
Zanzibar is on the migration route for Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae).
The tour will start on the Old slave Market site (Anglican Church) through the narrow streets
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