Where To Go in February 2015

Zanzibar is part of the East African republic of Tanzania. The island covers area of 1465 sq. Kms , 35 Kms off the coast of Dar es Salaam.
A tour of the heartland of swahili culture is s great way for visitors to immerse themselves in the local culture and to see how many Zanzibari’s live on a day to day basis.
Learn about the many elements of cultural fusion and cosmopolitan life that is Zanzibar socity music, dance, visual art, cuisine and dhow culture to name few.

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Best known for

  • Once the capital city of Oman in the early 19th Century under the Sultanate of Sultan Seyyid
  • Popularly known as “The Spice Island” due to the farming of vital spices on the island i.e. cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, etc
  • Was once, one of the main hub of the slave trade
  • The famous Stone Town of Zanzibar – a Unesco World Heritage Site
  • Pristine beaches and sandy coastline

Vibrant historical and cultural presence, historical monuments showcasing Portuguese, Arab, European culture. Some can be dated back to the 12th century AD.

Melia Zanzibar

Activities

  • One of the best spots for Whale Shark watching
  • Catch glimpses of migrating Humpback and Sperm Whales off Zanzibar from July-December.
  • Abundance of excursions available i.e. Dolphin tour, Spice Island tour, Prison Island Tour, Chumbe Environmental Island tour, Jozani Forest, City Walking tour, Stone Town tour, historical tour etc.
  • Lunch on numerous sand bars during low tide
  • Sunset dhow cruises for sundowners and light music
  • Very good locations for scuba diving and snorkeling
  • Beautiful, pristine beaches with azure blue waters for swimming, sun bathing and relaxation
  • Sea sports i.e. deep sea fishing, jet skis, dhow trips, wake boarding, wind surfing, kayaking etc.
  • Experience the local Swahili culture
  • Indulge into local Swahili cuisine every evening at the Forodhani Area in Stone Town.

Stone Town Tours
stone town tours

Zanzibar Spice Tours
zanzibar spice tours

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