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About Zanzibar

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa. On its main island, Unguja, familiarly called Zanzibar, is Stone Town, a historic trade center with Swahili and Islamic influences. Its winding lanes present minarets, carved doorways and 19th-century landmarks such as the House of Wonders, a former sultan’s palace. The northern villages Nungwi and Kendwa have wide beaches lined with hotels.

History of Zanzibar

What really makes Zanzibar stand out from other beach destinations is the area’s rich history; with settlements in the region dating back as far as the 13th century on Pemba and the 14th century on Unguja. Of course, you can go back almost 20,000 years to uncover the full depth of Zanzibar’s history, but it is its role as a major trade port and colonial site that makes it such a fascinating melting pot of cultures and architectural styles. The island of Unguja was a part of the Portuguese empire from 1503 until 1698, when it fell under the sway of the Omani Sultanate who used the island as a major port for the trade of spices as well as ivory and slaves taken from the mainland. It is this Arabic influence that is perhaps most evident in the architecture and culture of Stone Town, and historic sites such as the Palace of Wonders and the former slave market still stand as testament to this time in the region’s history. From 1890 until the islands gained their independence in 1963, the region was administered by the British Commonwealth. With three different colonial rulers, the trade they brought from around the world, and the distinct local culture that existed before European expansion, it’s easy to see how Zanzibar has become such a melting pot of cultures and styles. On the same street you’ll find Arabic and colonial architecture while native African, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Caucasian children play together in the streets. A visit to Zanzibar and especially Stone Town can be compared to time travel. As you wander the town’s complex network of alleys and laneways, you’re literally surrounded by history. In fact, Stone Town is a World Heritage site for precisely this reason

Culture in Zanzibar

Zanzibar is home to people from across the world, and it is this diversity that makes it such a unique travel destination. This cultural convergence can be seen in the diversity of the region’s food, in the polyglot nature of the Swahili language that was born here, and in the distinct architectural styles that exist side by side in Stone Town. Zanzibar’s distinct charm is a result of its years of cross-cultural exchange, and it’s all the more charming for this jumble of cultures, beliefs, and languages.

ZANZIBAR BEACH HOLIDAYS

5 Days package in Zanzibar

  • Jozan Forest
  • Prison Island
  • Mnemba Island
  • Dolphin Tour
  • 6 Days package in Zanzibar

  • Jozan Forest
  • Prison Island
  • Mnemba Island
  • Dolphin Tour
  • Stone Town
  • 7 Days package in Zanzibar

  • Jozan Forest
  • Prison Island
  • Mnemba Island
  • Dolphin Tour
  • Stone Town
  • Sand-ban Picnic
  • 8 Days package in Zanzibar

  • Jozan Forest
  • Prison Island
  • Mnemba Island
  • Dolphin Tour
  • Stone Town
  • Sand-bank Picnic
  • Zanzibuggy
  • MOUNT KILIMANJARO PACKAGES

    5 Days Marangu Route

    Is the easiest route referred to as the Coca-Cola route.

    6 Days Marangu Route

    Is the easiest route referred to as the Coca-Cola route.

    6 Days Machame Route

    The machame route is also known as "Whiskey"Is the most popular route.

    7 Days Machame Route

    The machame route is also known as "Whiskey"Is the most popular route.

    6 Days Umbwe Route

    The Umbwe route has a well -deserved reputation of being the most challenging route when climbing Mt.Kilimanjaro.

    7 Days Umbwe Route

    The Umbwe route has a well -deserved reputation of being the most challenging route when climbing Mt.Kilimanjaro.

    7 Days Rongai Route

    Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north near Kenya

    8 Days Rongai Route

    Rongai route is the only route that approaches Kilimanjaro from the north near Kenya

    7 Days Lemosho Route

    Is the Scenic trail route on Kilimanjaro

    8 Days Lemosho Route

    Is the Scenic trail route on Kilimanjaro

    Tanzania Safari

    Tanzania is a fascinating country with diverse landscapes – majestic summits, clear lakes and mighty streams, lush rainforest and open savannahs. These often unspoiled areas form unique habitats for a large variety of animals as well as over 1000 bird species. Mt Kilimanjaro (5895m) is the highest mountain in Africa and Mt Meru the ninth highest. The Serengeti National Park with its endless savannah and Ngorongoro Crater (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) both offer unbelievable game viewing while the islands of Pemba and Zanzibar are perfect for relaxing, swimming and diving after a bush safari. Almost as multifaceted as the Tanzanian landscape, are the people and their culture. Over 120 tribes with their own traditional languages and rites live together harmoniously in Tanzania. Through Tanzania Safari you will have a chance to make safaris in Serengeti, Ngorongoro, Tarangire, Arusha and Lake Manyara National park in Northern Circuit.

    TANZANIA SAFARI PACKAGES

    One Day Safari

  • Arusha
  • Tarangire
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  • Lake Manyara
  • Two Day Safari

  • Tarangire -Ngorongoro
  • Manyara -Ngorongoro
  • Arusha N.P -Tarangire
  • Three Day Safari

  • Serengeti -Ngorongoro
  • Tarangire-Manyara-Ngorongoro
  • Arusha N.P-Manyara-Ngorongoro
  • Arusha N.P-Tarangire -Ngorongoro
  • Four Day Safari

  • Tarangire-Serengeti-Ngorongoro
  • Tarangire-Serengeti-Ngorongoro
  • Arusha N.P-Tarangire-Manyara-Ngorongoro
  • Five Day Safari

  • Tarangire-Serengeti -Ngorongoro- Manyara
  • Tarangire -Serengeti-Ngorongoro-Arushan N.P
  • Manyara-Serengeti-Ngorongoro-Arusha N.P
  • Six Day Safari

  • Manyara-Serengeti-Ngorongoro-Arusha N.P