Travel to Zanzibar, the heavenly island of Tanzania
Discover the exotic Zanzibar and find all the wealth of a destination that will enchant you with its immense beauty, the hospitality of its in habitants, its historical value and its cultural history that is reflected in every corner of the island.
Explore the idyllic beaches of the island, enjoy your dives under the warm sun and lay down on the soft sandy beaches to admire the romantic sunset as the sun dives into the deep blue of the ocean.
Board on the small boats and try Safari Blue, to get to know all the pristine and hidden beaches of the place and enrich your collection of magical sceneries.
Wander around the busy Stone Town center, become one with the locals and get a taste of the local tradition. Pass by the famous Anglican church and head to the large flea market of the island to discover all the small and large treasures it has to offer you.
You will love the natural beauty of the city by
an excursion to the small Prison Island where you will have the opportunity to swim along with the large sea turtles in exotic sandy beaches.
If you want to experience every aspect of the local tradition, then try the Spice Tour through which you will enjoy all the special and colorful spices and fruits of the island.
Food and local cuisine
In Zanzibar, a wide variety of local dishes awaits you, with meals which will satisfy all the tastes of visitors. Head to a local restaurant to taste the famous meat sorpotel, and also Boku-Boku, the popular dish with pepper shark meat and the delicious octopus with pweza coconut. Keep a little space for the traditional dessert, the fragrant spice cake.
Best time to visit Zanzibar
Zanzibar can be visited all year round. However, the ideal period is from June to September as temperatures are higher and weather conditions are more favorable.
How to use transportation in Zanzibar
Transfer from/to Zanzibar
You can reach Zanzibar by plane as it has its own airport. For your transfer to the center of the island you can use the local Dala Dala transports.
The only means of transportation on the island of Zanzibar is the privately owned Dala Dala transports.