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Among the abundant of beaches, Zanzibar in Tanzania is considered to be the top rated one as it receives maximum numbers of tourists from all over the world. Remember, that the Zanzibar Beaches are the best ways to explore the people and the culture. If you want a combine experience of nature, culture and adventure Zanzibar is a must. No Tanzania Beach Holidays can be at par with lazing on the crystal beaches of Zanzibar where the azure water overlaps on the white sands: where the sun downing creates a spectacular view changing the hue of the blue Indian Ocean water. The less crowded beaches: the cruising on Indian Ocean, the long beach’s with calm and quite atmosphere and a perfect environment that makes you more romantic altogether make your Tanzania Beach Holidays a lifetime experience.

  • Zanzibar Beach Holidays: Beach Holidays in Zanzibar are not all about lying under the lined palm trees along the shore of Indian Ocean or involving yourself with various water sports activities. It is something to explore the places of historical importance such as residence of the late Sultans of Zanzibar, ‘Tip Tip House’, the Old Fort, ‘Peoples Place’ and the House of Wonders’ with the past slave market that makes Zanzibar a spot of historical importance.
  • Stone Town Tour: Anyone visiting Zanzibar for Beach Holiday must visit to its capital Stone Town. The town is an architectural marvel, with a blend of aesthetics and military fortification and is the cultural and historical heart of Zanzibar.
  • Bagamoyo: Stroll through the narrow and unpaved streets of Bagamoyo in your Beach Holidays. See the town of the fortified houses where slaves were kept.
  • Kilwa: It is the visit one of the most important Swahili historical sites in East Africa.
  • Mafia Islands: The largest Archipelago, surrounded by a rich barrier reef. Mafia Island Beach Holiday includes interesting history and beautiful beaches which makes it one of Tanzania’s gems.
  • Pemba: It is said to have once been inhabited by a race of giants, is an untouched beauty that offers an undiluted experiences of island life in the Indian Ocean.
  • Tanga and Pagani: Tanga being the quite beautiful beach with white sands elongated with coconut trees which allows a great relaxation time. Pagani being distant from crowded parts of Tanzania allows a wonder beach holiday which allows tourist to relax and experience local culture.
  • Zanzibar (Unguja Island): Zanzibar has a long and unexpected history. Being an undisputed capital of the Swahili coast gives you a wide spread history over the years.
  • Chumbe Island: Chumbe Island is a privately owned Island within a few distance from Zanzibar. Known for its wonderful ecological innovations and with extraordinary reefs.
  • Prison Island: Known for its prison that housed rebellious slaves. Also called as Changuu Island is one of the popular destinations.
  • Bawe Island: The Island offers a fantastic value for money; with various water activities.

Zanzibar is unambiguously the kind of place you’d want to be in after a long tiring African Safari. The warm water and the tropical beach atmosphere will take off most of your exhaust and get you recharged for your upcoming workloads. Kindly visit Face Of Africa Adventures to learn more about our Tanzania Beach Holidays.

Zanzibar Beach Holidays

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Zanzibar Holidays Itinerary

The most obvious historical site in Zanzibar is Stone Town, a World Heritage Site and the oldest continuously inhabited city in East Africa,

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Stone Town Zanzibar

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Stone Town Zanzibar

Stone Town or Mji Mkongwe in Swahili meaning ‘ancient town’ is the old part of Zanzibar City. The old town is built on a triangular peninsula

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Bagamoyo

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Bagamoyo

Bagamoyo was once the centre of slave and ivory trading. It was the last point reached by the caravans of slaves who arrived here for transportation to faraway places.

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Kilwa

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Kilwa

Kilwa Kisiwani Island was once the trading centre of the Swahili Empire. The ruins of the settlement still remain and are considered to be one of the most important

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Mafia Island

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Mafia Island

The name Mafia derives from Ma-Afir, a tribe from ancient Yemen who dominated the coast around 1000BCE. Mafia Island is the largest of an island archipelago,

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Pemba

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Pemba

Pemba Island, said to have once been inhabited by a race of giants, is an untouched beauty that offers an undiluted experiences of island life in the Indian Ocean.

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Tanga And Pagani

Ruins close to the active port of Tanga attest to its importance as a trading post in the Swahili trading empire. The ruins, once a large mosque,

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Zanzibar (Unguja Island)

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Zanzibar (Unguja Island)

For a small island in the southern waters of the Indian ocean, Zanzibar has a long and unexpected history. For centuries the island has been a centre of slave

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Chumbe Island

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Chumbe Island

Six kilometers south of Stone Town, surrounded by pristine coral reef, Chumbe Island coral park is one of the world’s most successful eco-tourism projects.

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Prison Island

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Prison Island

Prison Island, also known as Changuu Island is one of the most popular destinations for day trips from stone Town. Just a short boat ride away,

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Chapwani Island

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Chapwani Island

A slightly more up market choice than Prison Island, chapwani, or Grave island, is the site of a luxury hotel, but day visitors who come to eat and drink in the bar

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Bawe Islands

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Bawe Islands

Bawe Island has some of excellent snorkeling spots. Around a 30-minute boat ride and slightly more expensive than the boat to Prison Island, it is much less visited.

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