Zanzibar is an archipelago off the coast of Tanzania. It’s main island, Unguja, is primarily a “Stone Town” full of Swahili history. Its northern villages of Nungwi and Kendwa are lined with exotic beaches and resorts.
Stone Town is a historic and cultural array of winding alley ways and Arabic-style buildings.
The last indigenous forest in Zanzibar with a unique and diverse growth of fauna and flora.
Located on the northwest tip of the island. Nungwi beach is one of the best beaches around as the tide doesn’t drift too far.
Prison Island was previously where slaves were kept and later where disease-ridden people were also sent. Experience this dark history on this ominous island.
Forodhani Market is a lively night-time market that sells fresh produce as well as sea food.
Palace Museum is also known as the Sultan’s Palace and serves to showcase relics of belonging to the Sultan’s family. It is ideally located on the oceanfront.
House of wonders
This is the tallest building in Stone Town and offers insight into Swahili culture.
Zanzibar is well known for its spices. Not only do the spices serve as delicacies but with the right guide the spices are a tourist attraction. Learn more about the spices and take home some recipes.
The OLD FORT
This is the oldest building in Stone Town. It was originally built to defend the Island against Portuguese invaders.
The ROCK RESTAURANT
The Rock restaurant is perched on a rock and offers a complete view of all the attractions in Stone Town. The food is also great.