Escape the city crowds for swimming, snorkeling and relaxing on a beautiful Sandbank and the tropical Blue Lagoon, Enjoy a fun and relaxing day out on a shared traditional dhow. Enjoy delicious fresh Seafood Lunch with a sip of local drinks
The Zanzibar spice tour is a truly original tour that many tourists look forward to.
Our spice plantation tour in Zanzibar will definitely be a memorable one. During the tour you will get to discover the interesting and assorted range of spices and fruits that grow here. You will also be given the opportunity to taste several delicious tropical fruits. Being able to learn and see the various herbs, spices and rare species of plants that grow in Zanzibar is quite intriguing as you will never have heard or seen them before, let alone tasted them.
Spend an incredible evening immersing yourself in Swahili culture, food, and landscapes during this sunset dinner and show at Emerson Spice Zanzibar. Dig in to a gourmet meal as you feel the atmosphere of Stone Town from our rooftop terrace during this sunset dinner… Sip wine as the sun sets and enjoy a live dance performance.
If you're looking to add some spice to your life, this cooking class and tour in Nungwi, Tanzania is the perfect way to do it! Here you'll not only learn about traditional cooking methods, but also get to pick out your own ingredients at a local spice market. And of course, the best part is enjoying the delicious food you made yourself.
Get to where you need to go without a lot of hassle when you pre-book this private transfer service between Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ) and your Stone Town accommodation. Whether you are just arriving in Zanzibar or departing, this service has you covered for all your transport needs.
It’s fascinating to explore historic Stone Town—a UNESCO World Heritage Site—but it’s easy to lose your way in the area’s maze-like, narrow streets. To stay oriented and ensure you don’t miss key highlights, join a private guide with deep knowledge of local culture. It’s fully personalized to your preferences, whether you’re shopping for local textiles, interested in history, or learning about Stone Town’s unique architecture.
Get from point A to point B with ease and efficiency when you pre-book this private transfer service from Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ). Meet your driver directly at the airport and receive a swift transfer to your accommodation located in Zanzibar City. This is a budget-friendly way to get you to your destination.
Combine three of Zanzibar’s must-do outdoor adventures into one half-day private tour without all the hassle of having to arrange anything for yourself. Head for the island’s north-eastern waters and watch for dolphins in their natural habitat before snorkeling at Mnemba Island Reef, where corals and clear waters teem with angel fish, rays and other tropical species. Finish at a sandbank to swim in the calm and bright shallows—the perfect finale.
Enjoy Swim with dolphins passing in Menai Bay Conservation Area. Snorkeling at the pristine sandbank.
Visit the private small islands and see the coral rag forests.
Get chance to watch the birds passing on the sandbank.
Swim with tidal Indian Ocean water in the Kwale natural Lagoon
Guide will meet you at your hotel at 17h00, then ride to the restaurant which is located at East coast of Zanzibar. We will serve you seafood dishes, vegetable dish, Local noodle and dessert cooked by local way. Less oil, medium spicy or non-spicy, or even very spicy, just based on your requests! If your guide has a dinner with you, he or she can explain Swahili cuisine to you.
After dinner you may take romantic photos on the beach with a view of The Rock Restaurant. It is really beautiful! You cannot miss taking romantic photos.
Then have a walking with guide to see Paje Village at night, they know where is good place to have look and take beautiful photos.
Some beaches supply their own sunshine regardless of what’s in the sky above. Nungwi, on Zanzibar’s northernmost tip, has the kind of white coral sand that seems to glow, even after nightfall. The beach belongs to the large and lively fishing village of the same name with bars, restaurants and nightlife where backpackers and locals mingle with five-star resorters.
For all its bustle, it can still feel secluded. Nungwi’s expansive coastline is wide open for swimming and snorkeling in some of Africa’s most pristine, reef-rich waters. It’s one of the rare Zanzibari beaches untroubled by severe undulations of high and low tides, making it perfect for all-day water activities.
Not far from the beautiful coast of Tanzania, you will find the magical island archipelago of Zanzibar, where time seems to stand still and people still live the traditional way. Zanzibar has been the entrance of eastern Africa for centuries and it was here where most slaves were sold; and Indian, Chinese and Arabic merchants would arrive to trade their wares and buy spices, ivory and slaves. The history of Zanzibar has created a unique mixture of Indian, African and Arabic influences which can be seen in its people, food, culture and building styles.
Stone Town is a labyrinth of alleys and walkways and takes you back centuries. Stone Town and the surrounding villages offer volunteers the unique opportunity to enjoy the white beaches, clear blue water, coconut palm trees and the lively Zanzibar culture and food. The island is a popular backpacker’s destination
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