Zanzibar has a lot to offer with regard to tourism. Colorful culture, amazing nature and and most of all a peaceful and harmonic atmosphere. Lots of famous celebrities like Bill Gates, Will & Jada Pinkett-Smith, Naomi Campbell, Danny Glover and more have visited the island.
Zanzibar is synonymous as some of the most exhilarating and challenging deep-sea with more than 350 different fish species
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Snorkeling in Zanzibar is regarded among the best in the world.There are more than 350 different fish species that will thrill you and give you unforgettable experience.
Some of the most common species you should expect to see while snorkeling in Zanzibar are butterflyfish, parrotfish, clownfish, boxfish, lionfish, angelfish, stingrays and many more
Zanzibar scuba experience offers a great chance to dive in the best corals in East Africa. Diving in Zanzibar know for it's stunning beaches and unspoiled village life in areas like Paje and Kendwa.
Visit the secret coast of Zanzibar diving, where the real identity of the island is still preserved and untouched from mass tourism.
Dolphins are very friendly and playful. The best part is getting into water and play with them.
Also you will visit the Oldest Mosque in East Africa known as "Kizimkazi" the site of a 12th century mosque, the earliest evidence of Islam in Zanzibar and East Africa
The most popular boat excursion in Zanzibar which has been running since 1996. In this tour you will see traditional hand-built sailing dhows finished to the very highest standards of comfort and safety.
Back to the 16th century when Zanzibar was a commercial empire. The Slave Trade Tour in Zanzibar can help tracing you to the points of history where slavery by any means were concerned.
Visit the house of the good slaves friend Dr. David Livingstone who campaigned for the abolition of slavery which marked its end in 1873.
The island was once used by an Arab slave trader to contain the more troublesome slaves he had brought from the African mainland to prevent their escape before shipping them to the Arabian purchasers, or for auctioning in Zanzibar slave trade market. The slaves were dumped on the island.
Changuu Island lies about 30 minutes by boat from the Zanzibar Island. The prison thereon was never used to house prisoners. The Prison Island Tour in Zanzibar will take you there.
Understand the history of Zanzibar through time. Lots of key buildings are still in place, some being turned into great museums like the infamous House of Wonders and the neighboring Old For
Visit the Anglican Church of Christ built by Bishop Steers in 1874 and get a chance to walk through the streets of Stone Town and get to buy tropical fruits and spices, while hearing different dialects being spoken by the people of the town at the market.
It's the only natural forest in Zanzibar Island which is located in the central east region of the Zanzibar Island. Just about a 20min drive from Stone Town. It is a narrow neck of land between the Chwaka Bay in the north and Uzi Bay to the south. It contains about 100 tree species from a total of 43 families.
The forest is the home of the rare Red Colobus Monkey, which is only endemic to this forest. This part of your holiday mainly focuses on a visit to the naturally reserved forest on this specially dedicated excursion
On this excursion you'll find tropical fruits, spices and other rare species of plants are among the different vegetation. The Spice Tour in Zanzibar is not only an excursion but a rare experience to prove out why Zanzibar is referred to as the Spice Island.
Also you will visit the Kidichi Village which is in Persian Baths "built in 1850 by Seyyid Said bin Sultan" for his wife Princess Shehrzard. They are referred to as "Persian" because their construction was commissioned to Shirazi architects. The word "Hamamni" means "the place of the baths"
On this tour you will be able to see the village life of the locals carrying on with their daily activities like grinding millets with mortar pestles, thatching coconut palms and preparation of bread for evening meal (guests are welcome to taste).
Visit an Unspoiled Village to see locals climbing coconut trees, and coconut products like madafu milk, baskets, rope, poles coconut palm caps. The fun part of the tour is actually having guests trying to climb a coconut free. You wouldn't want to leave Zanzibar without trying it would you?
Nungwi Tour (North Coast) in Zanzibar is a leisure-guided beach tour that takes you via Mvuleni Portuguese House where you can visit the Ruins of the Portuguese Barracks
Visit and Swim at Mnarani Natural Aquarium where you will see Hawksbill turtles that heve been traditionally hunted around Zanzibar for their attractive shells, and green turtles for their meat. The project was established in 1993. You'll also get a change to swim while on tour.
Zanzibar is fortunate in having superb fishing almost all the year. Fishing in Zanzibar is synonymous as some of the most exhilarating and challenging deep-sea fishing is available.
When the North East monsoon blows, the billfish arrive in great numbers.
When is the best season for fishing? It depends on your target fish. We will provide you with the season chart were you will find the best time for your catch.
This is special iconic Zanzibar spice Island tour, for those who wish to explore more about the island but they have limited time or finance to stay long at the Island. This exceptional tour will take to the narrow streets of Zanzibar stone town as well as Spice plantations. You will spend your nights at luxury magnificent Hotel as well as Resort.
This tour offers you an ultimate exotic refreshment at Zanzibar Spicy Island famous beaches as well as stone town tour. Zanzibar beaches are usually stunning, with powdery white sand, shaded by palm trees. While at stone town you will experience more about Swahili culture, spice trade as well as the history of people