Just as the name; Zanzibar evokes dreams of romance and mystery and the reality will not disappoint the traveler bored with mass tourism and seeking an enlightening and enjoyable holiday experience. Zanzibar (the name includes the main island, Uguja and Pemba) has for centuries attracted seafarers and adventures from around the world.
We offers you the unique opportunity to Visit Zanzibar's historic stone town, where the sultans once ruled. Relax on one of the 25 dazzling white palm-fringed beaches, where the azure waters of the Indian Ocean beckon swimmers, divers, fishermen and water sport enthusiasts alike.
Breathe in the fragrant scenes of cloves, vanilla, cardamom and nutmeg, and discover why Zanzibar is called "The spice Island". Explore the forests, with their rare flora and fauna.
Or visit some of the ancient archeological cities. Spend a few days here after a safari on the African mainland or, better still, allocate a week or two and immerse yourself in the magic that is Zanzibar.
Zanzibar island, known as Unguja, is approximately 95 km long and located 35km from the Tanzania mainland. Few countries in the world can equal Zanzibar's long white sand beaches leading to warm aquamarine waters providing the backdrop for excellent diving and snorkeling. With a history steeped in the slave trade and as an important trading post for cloves and spices the island is now a popular tourist destination and essentially a nineteenth century phenomenon.