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Zanzibar

About Zanzibar

Zanzibar conjures up images of an island paradise with pristine, white sand beaches and shimmering blue waters. And you would not be wrong. However, the majestic spice islands of Zanzibar offer so much more than adventure-packed coastlines and romantic sunsets -- rather it is one of those tropical dream destinations that provide a treat for all the senses. Whether you’re snorkeling, kitesurfing, exploring spice plantations or sipping on some good coffee in Stonetown, Zanzibar will leave you wanting to return again.

Zanzibar Tours

9 Days Bush to Beach Safari

Combining game viewing and the stunning landscapes of the Serengeti and Mt Kilimanjaro with the jaw-dropping coastlines of Tanzania make for the ultimate African holiday experience. Picture thrilling game drives, bush picnics

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4 Days Zanzibar Beach Honeymoon

Zanzibar is situated in the Indian Ocean, only 25 km off the shoreline of terrain Tanzania. It is popular for its chronicled Stone Town and dazzling sea shores. We will take you to intriguing visits to the House of Wonders, Palace

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5 Days Zanzibar Getaway

This 5 day getaway will make sure to take your breath away. Endulge with the crystal clear waters and pristine white sand beaches of Zanzibar. You’ll also get to visit the infamous Stonetown, explore the city, experience the

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Beaches

The allure of Zanzibar is timeless. White sands and turquoise waters ring the island, and African, Indian, Arabic and Persian influences intertwine in Stone Town to form a rich cultural backdrop. If it is your first time visiting Tanzania's most famous island, here are some tips to get started.

Top Activities

Hit the pristine beaches

Visit Stonetown

Prison Island, Spice Tour, and Jozani Forest

Watersports activities and Island Hopping

What Type of Traveller Are You

We aim to create the perfect holiday for every guest by making sure they receive a private safari adventure catered to their individual needs and wishes. But how well do you know what you’re looking for? Are you looking for an authentic experience in the wild? Do you like to come across new people and gain deeper insight into different cultures? Or are you a true safari lover who is looking to explore the African bush and the many wildlife roaming there?


We have prepared six different types of travellers we often meet. Which one are you?

Dont you see yourself in any of these? Reach out so we can get to know you better and customize a trip that caters your specific wishes and needs.

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When To Travel
The best time to visit Zanzibar is from June to October during the cool, dry months of spring. Another popular time to visit this tropical island is form December to February when it's Hot or Dry

Best Weather
The best weather for any outdoor adventure is when there is little to no rainfall to force you back inside. In Tanzania, this dry season usually falls between June and October. The lack of rainfall means it's also easier to spot wildlife as they tend to congregate around watering holes across the parks.
Worst Weather
At the peak of the rainy season, which typically runs from March through April and parts of May, the parks are usually overrun by dense vegetation and muddy roads, making them less than ideal for outings.
Best Time
The best period to traverse the African bush is during the dry season, which typically runs from June to October. For visitors looking to witness the Great Migration in the Serengeti, the best time to visit is between June through August and January to February, which marks the calving season.
High Season
June to October typically sees the highest crowds across most of Tanzania’s parks. This is the best period for safari, mountain climbing, and beach activities so expect to see lots of visitors. Park fees and accommodation costs may also be higher during this period.
Low Season
November, March and April are low season and characterized by fewer guests in the parks, thick lush vegetation and sometimes, slippery roads. Visitors looking to witness the true beauty of the Tanzanian wilderness can take advantage of the low season and benefit from generally lower rates and fewer crowds.

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