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Escape to the world with our Exclusive Zanzibar Package

4 Nights, 5 Days
  • Destination
  • Departure
  • Dress Code
    Casual, comfortable and light
  • Included
    4 Nights Accommodation
    Access to Beach
    Airport Transfer
    Return Flights from Johannesburg to Zanzibar
    Safari Blue Sea Cruise
    Spice Island Tour
  • Not Included
    Excursions not in itinerary
    Gallery Ticket
    Transport to OR Tambo Airport

Tour Plan


Day 1

  • Fly in from South Africa
  • Transfer to Hotel
  • Check In
  • Beach Relaxation

Day 2

  • Visit the Spice Island
  • Zanzibar colorful market

Day 3

  • Stone Town Shopping
  • Safari Blue Cruise

Day 4

  • Beach Leisure Day

Day 5

  • Breakfast
  • Airport Transfer
  • Fly back to South Africa

Tour Location

About Zanzibar

Located in the Indian Ocean opposite Tanzania's east coast in Africa, the Zanzibar Islands are 35 km from the Coast of Tanzania. Zanzibar consists of a group of islands located in the Indian Ocean from the eastern side of the continent of Africa, and Zanzibar refers to an Arabic term composed of two sections of negro and land, meaning the land of the Negro race, the human race living in Africa. The Zanzibar Islands are also called Angoja in the local Swahili language of indigenous islanders, and the Zanzibar Island Group is officially traced to the State of Tanzania in East Africa, but it has semi-autonomous autonomy. Zanzibar is a group of 52 islands, the largest of which is Zanzibar, followed by Bemba Island and other well-known islands such as the Mafia Island and Tumbatu. Zanzibar is renowned for growing and producing cloves, with statistics indicating that there are more than 4 million carnation trees, making Zanzibar the world's leading source and producer of cloves. Zanzibar has a unique population structure consisting of a large proportion of Arabs, Africans and Indians, with a population of 1 million in the Zanzibar Islands, 98% of whom convert to Islam and the rest of the population convert to Christianity and Sikhism. To earn their living, Zanzibar people depend on agriculture. Coconuts and cloves are among the most important crops produced by the people of the islands. In addition, they work in fishing and the tourism sector, which is an important source of the country's economy. Zanzibar in Tanzania is dominated by tropical weather, and Zanzibar enjoys two rainy seasons during the year, the first season is in March, April and May each year with heavy rains, and the second season during November and December of the end of each year, with less rain than the first season.

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