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Tanzania and Zanzibar are among the top safari and beach destinations in Africa. It is extremely simple to combine the two since the flights are fast and inexpensive as opposed to flying to The Seychelles, The Maldives, and Mauritius. Zanzibar Holidays Grahamstown has everything a luxury beach vacationer might want, but with less hassle and a lot less money.
While backpackers love Zanzibar Holidays Grahamstown for its numerous inexpensive hostels, luxury travelers can still enjoy their own little slice of paradise because the best boutique hotels are fairly self-contained. The range of hotel sizes, prices, and styles ensures that every visitor is catered for in true Zanzibar fashion.
Zanzibar Holidays Grahamstown has a variety of hotel types as well as stunning beaches on the south coasts. It exudes beauty, from its pristine beaches and boutique hotels to its welcoming locals and the hustle and bustle of the Town. Most tourists enjoy relaxing in their hotels or exploring the depths of the Indian Ocean, but this is more than just a stretch of beach. Zanzibar has a vibrant culture, history, and an indescribable atmosphere that draws tourists every year.
Though Zanzibar is the main attraction, others in the archipelago are also well worth a visit if you have the time.With our affordable Zanzibar holiday packages Grahamstown, you too can relax on the most beautiful beach in Africa.
Pemba provides a unique opportunity to experience unspoiled life. The activities in the Indian Ocean are limitless, and the diving is spectacular; however, the beaches are not as pleasant as those on Zanzibar ‘s north and east coasts. However, for an authentic, off-the-beaten-path experience, it is fantastic.
Similarly, Zanzibar is well-known for its scenic dives. It is best known for being home to the world’s largest fish, the whale shark. Snorkeling with these incredible whales is possible from Zanzibar , making it a popular destination for underwater explorers. The beaches, like those in Pemba, are not spectacular, so this is a destination for more adventurous travelers rather than those seeking sun, sand, and relaxation.
Perhaps the most luxurious beach experience available in the Indian Ocean can be found just off Zanzibar on the luxurious and exclusive Mnemba Private . With only one lodge on the entire , visitors have exclusive access to the best of the archipelago’s bright white beaches. It is not a luxurious 5* hotel experience, but rather an elegant beach lodge for those who appreciate luxury at its most personalized and authentic.
History and traditional shows are two of the best reasons to visit Zanzibar
In Zanzibar, dhows sail.
Zanzibar Holidays Grahamstown has a rich and complicated past. It was once the largest slave market in East Africa, as well as a common stopping point for voyaging traders. It was known as the Spice because of its aromatic spice offerings, and it was also a major player in the ivory trade. Zanzibar has been affected by a wide range of people, including the British, Arabs, Portuguese, Indians, Persians, and Africans, many of whom have passed through and left their imprint. Enjoy a ride on a traditional hand-crafted wooden dhow – a relic from the area’s trade history that is still used for transportation and fishing today.
Festivals and friendly locals
Zanzibarians are noted for their friendliness; locals are usually helpful and friendly to tourists. Outside of Stone Town’s bustle, there’s an vibe, a laid-back slow pace to life, and travel is reasonably safe. Remember to dress properly and refrain from drinking alcohol in public places in order to uphold Muslim norms.
Sauti za Busara (an African music festival held annually in February), Jahazi (a jazz and literary festival typically held in September), and Mwaka Kogwa are just a few of the important festivals in Zanzibar (a four-day festival held in July to mark Nairuzim – the Shirazi New Year). People from all over the African continent attend these events, which feature a diverse range of races, ages, and backgrounds. The biggest cultural event in June and July is the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF). The festival attracts a wide audience by showcasing cinema, music, and performing arts from a diverse variety of races, groups, and religions.
Budget-friendly and easy to discover
From unique five-star experiences to family-friendly affordability, Zanzibar has something for everyone. Fit yourself and your budget – whether it’s ultimate luxury or a laid-back beach shack, Zanzibar has something for everyone’s taste and heart’s desire. Getting around on your own in Zanzibar is simple and convenient, giving you the freedom to explore at your leisure. Alternatively, you can choose from the high-quality and low-cost Zanzibar Holiday Grahamstown packages available online.
Top Zanzibar Travel Tips
Yellow Fever: In order to reach Zanzibar, visitors must present a valid yellow fever certificate obtained no less than 10 days prior to travel.
Malaria: Since Zanzibar is located in the malarial belt, visitors to the are strongly advised to take the necessary precautions to avoid contracting malaria.
Avoid April because it has the highest rainfall amount and, surprisingly, the most rainy days.
Mind that Zanzibar is a religious, Muslim-dominated society. Tourists, especially females, are advised to behave and dress in accordance with sensibilities and local customs. Please obtain permission before photographing Zanzibaris.
Zanzibar is part of the Zanzibar Archipelago; if you cannot find what you’re searching for in Zanzibar, ask your travel agent for recommendations, as well as Zanzibar further south, or simply use our ‘Where to Go in Zanzibar feature.