Zanzibar - The Spice Island
Zanzibar is a collection of islands off the coast of Tanzania. The Zanzibar archipelago is set in the Indian Ocean and is made up of the larger islands of Pemba and Unguja (also called Zanzibar Island). Zanzibar is also known as the 'Spice Island' due to the delicious variety of spices grown there.
The island's capital of Stone Town, a World Heritage Site, boasts a labyrinth of winding alleys, bustling marketplaces, beautifully carved wooden doors, breathtaking mosques and grand Arab residences. Off the northeastern coast of Zanzibar is Mnemba Island - an idyllic private island featuring luxurious accommodation, breathtaking scenery and rich marine diversity.
- Traditional dhow cruises on crystal clear waters
- Bustling and colourful Stone Town is a World Heritage Site
- Mnemba Island is consistently voted one of the world's most romantic destinations
- Pristine beaches, quaint fishing villages, spice plantations and much more
- Jozani Forest Reserve is home to the rare Kirk's red colobus monkey, Sykes' monkey and Aders' Duiker
From $ 790 per person sharing
Mnemba is a barefoot paradise on a private island, where just ten simple but luxurious palm-frond bandas lies hidden in a tropical beach forest fringed by a white beach. Midway between the bandas and the Indian Ocean are shaded traditional Zanzibari ‘beach’ beds, perfect for reading, sleeping...
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Sail to one of the many sandbanks around the magnificent island of Unguja on a traditionally crafted dhow. Swim in crystal clear waters or try your hand at snorkelling. A five star seafood lunch is set out on the golden sand. Afterwards, sail to Prison island, home to a tortoise sanctuary and the prison ruins, before returning to Stone Town.
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