ZANZIBAR BEACH HOLIDAYS
Zanzibar Beach Holidays are all about sand between the toes, drink in hand, and tan over the body. Tranquil Zanzibar spices up more the wilderness of Tanzania with its stunning beauty. The Zanzibar Archaeology combines more than 50 stunning islands. Lying on the Indian Ocean coastal, Zanzibar welcomes 376,000 visitors each year.
Zanzibar is a widely popular post-Safari Destination combining with some of the stunning beaches in the world. Not only the beaches but Zanzibar has to offer some world heritage sites protected by UNESCO.
Apart from this, the island offers iconic wildlife and adventurous water sports. Zanzibar is surrounded by some breathtaking islands such as;
Chumbe beach– is a dream destination for snorkelers, Chumbe Island in Zanzibar’s 1st marine sanctuary. The island is accessible only by boat. Take a boat ride in the tranquil blue water of the Indian Ocean and reach the island. Explore the lovely eco-lodge of the island. As its run by locals, gets a 100% authentic African hosting experience.
Bawe beach– Just about in the size of a football pitch, Bawe beach is about 30 minutes boat ride from Stone Town. This tropical island is a private island that is breathtaking enough to make you fall in love with. Explore peace, tranquillity on this lush paradise.
Changuu beach– surrounded by the turquoise blue water of the Indian Ocean, the exquisite beach is one of the iconic places of Zanzibar. With coral reefs, tropical vegetation, and beautiful surroundings the island is one of the well-known spots of Zanzibar. The island is also known as the prison Island and can be reached from stone town via boat.
The prime attraction is the tortoise sanctuary of the island. Just pay $5 and get to meet these giant tortoises. The Aldabra giant tortoises that are residing in the sanctuary are one of the largest tortoises of the world.
Nungwi beach– what Nungwi beach offers?? It offers soft white sand to walk miles on, turquoise blue water, safe swimming and breathtaking boat rides. This is the 3 rd largest beach settlement of Zanzibar Archipelago. This is one of the 100 best beaches of the world voted by CNN. Explore the fishing village centres, dhow building centres, and more in this iconic beach destination. Kendwa beach – One of the dreamiest beaches of Zanzibar, Kendwa is just 3km away from the Nungwi beach. This picture-perfect beach is a great place for spending some relaxing moments of your life. Explore the Rocks Beach Bar & Restaurant which is a spectacular place for enjoying sunsets. Witnessing a sunset in African land is probably one of the best scenes to remember forever. Undoubtedly Zanzibar occupies the no 1 spot of watching the best sunsets of Africa. There are many points in Zanzibar which are the best places to witness a golden sunset. There are many points in Zanzibar that are specially introduced to watch the stunning golden sunsets of the island.
The nightlife of the island is truly splashing. The combination of world-class new hotels with the traditional restaurants gives vast opportunities for the night life lovers to explore. There are lot of choices travelers can get for exploring the street foods including fresh seafood and local Zanzibari cuisine. This hypnotizing island blends with beauty and the finest accommodations that offer world-class services to travelers. There are many lodges available that are fitted to every pocket. No matter you is a budget traveler or luxury lover the island has to offer you the best with your budget.
The island is a perfect destination for the newlyweds. This is a perfect destination to spend some quality time with the each other after the busy marriage ceremonies. Many couple loves to go a place that is peaceful and away from hustling bustling cities. It is also a great place for them who are looking for a destination marriage.
Zanzibar beach holidays are incomplete without a visit to Stone Town. Stone Town is one of the oldest cities of the African Continent and a world heritage site protected by UNESCO. The city stands proudly holding some of the oldest architectural constructions.
Not only the stone town or beaches the island is sealed with history and mystery to explore.
Another iconic attraction of the island is the spice plantation. Formerly known as Spice Island, Zanzibar is one of the great places to take an aromatic spice tour. The spices were earlier introduced in the 16th century. It was brought by the Portuguese traders to the island, and afterward, Zanzibar became the hub of the spice cultivation.
You can take a spice tour to the spice cultivation fields called as Shamba by the locals. Smell and test some clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, and cassava in your spice tour. You can bring a few of them too.