Zanzibar Beach Holidays are all about sand between the toes, drink in hand, and tan over the body. Tranquil Zanzibar spices up more the wilderness of Tanzania with its stunning beauty. The Zanzibar Archaeology combines more than 50 stunning islands. Lying on the Indian Ocean coastal, Zanzibar welcomes 376,000 visitors each year. Zanzibar is a widely popular post-Safari Destination combining with some of the stunning beaches in the world. Not only the beaches but Zanzibar has to offer some world heritage sites protected by UNESCO. Apart from this, the island offers iconic wildlife and adventurous water sports.
Embark on a journey to explore the top Zanzibar islands, each offering a unique paradise. From the iconic Prison Island with its giant tortoises to the private allure of Bawe Beach and the marine sanctuary of Chumbe Island, Zanzibar’s archipelago presents a tapestry of tropical beauty, vibrant cultures, and diverse adventures.
Situated amidst the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, this exquisite beach stands as an iconic gem in Zanzibar. Recognized as Prison Island, it’s easily accessible from Stone Town by boat. The island’s allure lies in its coral reefs, tropical greenery, and a renowned tortoise sanctuary housing Aldabra giants, the world’s largest tortoises, for a mere $5 encounter.
Zanzibar is one of the great places to take an aromatic spice tour. The spices were earlier introduced in the 16th century. It was brought by the Portuguese traders to the island, and afterward, Zanzibar became the hub of the spice cultivation. You can take a spice tour to the spice cultivation fields called as Shamba by the locals. Smell and test some clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, and cassava in your spice tour. You can bring a few of them too.
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are incomplete without a visit to Stone Town. Stone Town is one of the oldest cities of the African Continent and a world heritage site protected by UNESCO. The city stands proudly holding some of the oldest architectural constructions.