About Zanzibar

Zanzibar is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean situated on the Swahili coast, adjacent to Tanzania. The island is separated from the Tanzanian mainland by a channel. It consists of two large islands;

Unguja Island (also known as Zanzibar) and Pemba Island among many other smaller islands. Zanzibar island has a total population of about 980,000 people with about two thirds living on Unguja or island. Besides Zanzibar city, other towns on Unguja include Chaani, Mbweni, Nungwi among others. The people belong to diverse origins where the majority are the ethnic Swahili, some ethnic Arabs, Somalis and Indian people. Zanzibaris speak mostly a dialect of Swahili called Kiunguja which has a high percentage of Arabic loanwords, and enjoy the status of standard Swahili in other countries where it is spoken. Zanzibar is also named the world's oldest functioning Swahili city. Many local residents also speak Arabic, English and French to a smaller extent. Zanzibar's population is almost entirely Muslim, with a small Christian minority. Zanzibar cuisine is a journey through the Swahili culture. Authentic Zanzibari dishes provide the opportunity to experience tropical East Africa, with all the influence of India and the ancient Arab world, mingling seafood, fresh tropical fruits and rich spices for a taste of adventure.

The archipelago experiences a Tropical monsoon climate all year round. Being near to the Equator, the islands are warm all year round. The rainfall regime is split into two main seasons; a primary maximum in March, April and May & another rain peak in November and December. The months in between receive less rain, with a minimum in July. The warmest period is from December to March, during which the temperature hovers from 32°C to a maximum of 38°C.

The East African island is a breath-taking spot to escape from the world. You'll enjoy the crystal clear turquoise blue water, shallow sand and the many small nearly deserted islands that will linger in your memory for a lifetime. If you're wandering on what to do in Zanzibar, there are a lot of things to do and experience on this beautiful island. These may include visiting Stone town, a spice farm tour, Prison Island, beach hopping, visiting Cheetahs rock, Nakupenda Beach Nature reserve, visiting Jozani forest which is the last sanctuary in the world to see the Zanzibar red colobus monkey and many other mind-blowing sights.

Zanzibar 4nights/5days

Enjoy a mix of exotic beaches during your stay!

Prices Starting 520 USDPer person sharing Book Now



DAY 1 Abeid Amani Karume International Airport - Hotel in Zanzibar 

Transfer from Abeid Amani Karume International Airport to hotel in Zanzibar


DAY 2  Stone town and Spice farm tours

Stone town tour- Stone town is well known for its architecture and it is also one of the oldest cities in Africa. On this tour, we will explore this historic city town sights like the Anglican cathedral, Palace museum, the  Old Fort Hamman Baths, Catholic cathedral, Darajani market and other sights.

Spice farm tour- Zanzibar Island is well known for spices and herbs. On this tour we will visit the Jambo and Tangawizi spice farm where you will learn, explore, smell and taste different kinds of spices, herbs and tropical fruits like cloves, nutmeg, vanilla, coconuts, black pepper and many more.


- Transport

-Guide fees

-Entrance fees


DAY 3  Full Day at Leisure in Zanzibar     

There is no service included. You can explore the city on your own.


DAY 4  Snorkeling experience in Zanzibar

This tour includes three different activities; dolphin tour, snorkeling at Mnemba reef and Sandbank

Dolphin’s tour; Dolphins can be found at Kombe, Tangini, West Garden, Kichwani or near Mnemba island. You will spot groups of 10-30 dolphins around any of these areas.

Mnemba island reef; It is one of the best reefs on the planet where you can see different species of fish in this area. For snorkel lovers they can call it a Haven Magical.

Sandbank; It is located nearby Mnemba and the water here is incredibly clean and so flat . It looks like a  natural pool. It is the best place for relaxing, swimming, kids can play in the sand and taking memorable pictures.


- Transport

-Guide fees

-Snorkeling equipment

-Entrance feesE


 DAY 5  Hotel in Zanzibar- Abeid Amani Karume International Airport

Transfer from Hotel in Zanzibar to Abeid Amani Karume International Airport



-Accommodation by the beach

-Airport transfers

-Daily breakfast & dinner

-Mnemba Island with Snorkelling

-Stone town & Spice farm tour


 -Return air ticket

- Peak/festival period surcharge

-Driver & Guide Tipping

-Early Check-in

-Late Check-out

-Luggage truck & Porter fees

-Any personal expenses

-Anything not included in the quotation


Terms & Conditions

- These are indicative prices. Actual prices are subject to availability at the time of booking.

- Offer is valid for a minimum of 2 people travelling.

- Discounts available for children below 12years.

- All tours are on sharing basis.

- Accommodation is in a double room, single room occupancy attracts an additional cost.

- Itinerary & tours can be adjusted according to the client’s preferences and prices may vary accordingly.

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