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Culture and History, Zanzibar Island

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.

Relax and unwind on your own stretch of beachfront, where simple yet luxurious bandas peep out onto unblemished sands from the dappled shade of the casuarina pine forest. Thatched dining and sitting or bar areas boast beautiful open views of the beach and spectacular vistas of Zanzibar beyond.

Zanzibar Island
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Rock Restaurant

The Rock Restaurant

World-famous, known for its iconic location, fabulous food and character. Inspired by natural resources, a strong twist of Zanzibar, and mountains of Italian love. The south-east coastline of Zanzibar is recognized as amongst the most beautiful in east Africa, and provides the stage for an extraordinary experience.

Located in front of Michamvi Pingwe beach on the south-east coast of the island.


Stone Town

Appreciate the many cultural influences (African, Arab, Indian and European) and architectural features of Stone Town, also known in Swahili as Mji Mkongwe (Old Town). Gaze up at 19th century buildings, all built from coral stone. Stroll past large verandas with carved banisters and enormous wooden-feature doors. Follow the winding narrow streets full of bazaars, churches and mosques. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is ideally located in the old section of Zanzibar City, the main city of the archipelago.

Prison Island

Prison Island

In the 1860’s, the island was used to confine unruly slaves before they were sold off to slave markets. Lloyd Mathews, the British First Minister of Zanzibar, constructed a prison complex here when he purchased the island in 1983, however it was never used for this purpose, but as a quarantine hospital for yellow fever cases.

Aldabra giant tortoise sanctuary. These majestic tortoises, some over a 100 years old, were originally a gift from the British Governor of the Seychelles. Spend time sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and enjoy the tranquility of the island. A boat trip from Stone Town to the island takes 30 minutes.

Paje Beach

Zanzibar Beaches

The sandy beaches and calm turquoise seas surrounding the island offer irresistible snorkelling and swimming directly from the beach, at all tides. For the more adventurous, the best snorkelling spots island are accessible by a 10-minute motorboat journey.

Each beach has its own unique charm and appeal, allowing visitors to choose a spot that matches their preferences for relaxation, water sports, or a lively atmosphere.

Jozani Forest

Jozani Forest

It is one of the last remaining indigenous forests in Zanzibar and is renowned for its rich biodiversity, particularly for being the habitat of the endangered Zanzibar red colobus monkey. The most famous residents of Jozani Forest are the Zanzibar red colobus monkeys, an endemic species found only on Unguja Island. These monkeys are known for their vibrant red fur and long tails.

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Beauty of Zanzibar Island

Beach dinner
Private Dinner

Experience a memorable evening with sea food barbecue dinner


Snorkeling in Zanzibar is an extraordinary way to explore its vibrant marine life.

Dhow cruise
Dhow Cruise

Step onto the decks of the vessel, relax and sail away on a magical sunset cruise to end your day.

Beach in Zanzibar
Wellness Retreat

Take advantage of time, to give yourself some much-needed rest and relaxation.

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