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3 Days 2 Nights in Zanzibar Beaches

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Our Zanzibar beaches exploration will start depending on our agreement before the safari in Zanzibar beaches starts,we can pick you up directly from Zanzibar airport and start our tour on the same day,or we can pick you up from the hotel or any other pickup point of your preference and we will end our tour at the same point or any where we will agree for you to be dropped.

Stone Town ,also known as Mji Mkongwe, Stone Town is the ancient part of Zanzibar City, which is itself capital of Unguja island. Visit and you’ll get a perfect picture of how the old Swahili trading towns of East Africa look, sound, feel, taste and smell. With Islamic prayer calls on the air and atmospheric winding old alleys redolent of spices at every turn, this settlement is the heart and soul of the island. Admire elegant stone buildings, sip chai and coffee from busy vendors, and eat fresh fish dinners laced with coconut. Stone Town mixes Persian, Arabic, Indian and European legacies to create a destination to remember.

You can request your best suited itinerary and we will arrange it for you either for private ,couple,honeymoons,group s and even family


After breakfast, today you will have chance to explore the stone town tour which is the most scenic parts of the island as you head to Stone Town. In stone town you will experience the rich history of the city, after that we head to the bustling markets, alleys and what was formerly a slave market. In the afternoon, we proceed with tour of the countryside to the spice plantations where you will be welcomed by the rich aroma of spices such as nutmeg and cinnamon. Spices and herbs were originally introduced to Zanzibar by Portuguese traders in the 16th century, brought from their colonies in South America and India. During this tour you will be walking inside of spice farms in Swahili we call them (Shambas) While you are there, you shall see how the spices, herbs and fruits grow and are cultivated as well as more explanations from your guide about how those crops are used in our daily life. You will be smelling and tasting spices, herbs and tropical fruits such as clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, cassava and oranges. After the tour you will enjoy a traditional Swahili lunch at the farm. Here is when you can really taste the different ways of using spices.

The tour finishes with a stop at a spice stall selling fresh packaged spices (cash only). In the evening you will be driven to Tembo Hotel for Overnight on BB


At mid-morning, you will be transferred to the airport for flight to Pemba Island. Overnight at Pemba Island on Bed & Breakfast Basis. Pemba Island sometime is known as “The Green Island. This Island lies within the Swahili Coast in the Indian Ocean about 50 kilometers north of Unguja and is the largest Island in the archipelago. Pemba is home to several dive sites, with steep drop-offs, untouched coral and very abundant marine life. Stay Overnight at Tembo Hotel on BB


On these three days of leisure at Pemba Island based on Bed and Breakfast you will have an option to do a tour of Pemba towns or go to Misali Island for snorkeling and diving. Most of the island, which is hillier and more fertile than Unguja. This Island is dominated by small scale farming. Not only small farming but also large scale farming of cash crops such as cloves are available in this Island. There is a quite large Arab community on the island who emigrated from Oman. The population is a mix of Arab and original Swahili inhabitants of the island. A significant portion of the population also identifies as Shirazi people. The most important towns in Pemba are Chake-Chake which is the Capital City on this Island, Mkoani, and were which as well is the largest city. Pemba is, with the exception of a strip of land along its eastern coast, a very fertile place: besides clove trees, the locals grow mainly rice, coconut, bananas, cassava and red beans (called maharagwe in the Swahili language). This will be the end of our 3 days 2 night Safari.


-Zanzibar Tour Fees

-Transit Fees

– Drinking Water

-Meals 3 times per day


-Professional Fluent English/Germany/Spanish/French Speaking Driver Guide

-Accommodation in Zanzibar



-International Flight

-Soft Drinks and Alcohol

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