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Wonderful Holiday Destinations specialises in Zanzibar Holiday Tours and Safaris is a well established tourism company situated in the heart of Stone Town. We specialise in creating adventures and experiences that will have you leaving with unforgettable memories.

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"Traveling to Zanzibar was so wonderful. My husband traveled to Zanzibar and it was amazing. The local people are so wonderful and the beaches are nice and peaceful. The tours and safaris were good value for money and well organised. We really enjoyed our trip and we will keep coming back.

Mary, Uganda

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Zanzibar is a popular safari and beach destination in Africa. Because of the short and inexpensive flights, visiting the Seychelles, Maldives, or Mauritius is a breeze. Zanzibar has everything a luxury beach vacationer could want at a fraction of the price.With our affordable Zanzibar holiday packages Nelspruit, you too can relax on the most beautiful beach in Africa.

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While backpackers flock to Zanzibar Holidays Nelspruit for the low-cost hostels, luxury travellers can enjoy their own private oasis at the best self-contained boutique hotels. In true Zanzibar fashion, every visitor is catered for, with a wide range of hotel sizes, prices, and styles.

Zanzibar, located on the South Coast, has a number of hotel options as well as beautiful beaches. It exudes beauty in every way, from its pristine beaches and boutique hotels to its friendly locals and the hustle and bustle of the Town. The majority of visitors prefer to relax in their hotels or dive into the depths of the Indian Ocean, but this is more than just a beach. Tourists flock to Zanzibar year after year because of its vibrant culture, history, and indescribable atmosphere.

Though Zanzibar is the main draw, if you have the time, other Islands in the archipelago are also worth a visit.

Pemba offers a once-in-a-lifetime chance to live in a natural setting. The Indian Ocean provides a plethora of activities, including incredible diving; however, the beaches on Zanzibar’s North and East coasts are less appealing. Zanzibar, on the other hand, is known for providing an authentic, off-the-beaten-path experience.

Scenic drives are also popular in Zanzibar. It is best known for being the home of the world’s largest fish, the whale shark. Because of the possibility of snorkeling with these incredible whales, Zanzibar is a popular destination for underwater explorers. Because the beaches, like those in Pemba, are not particularly spectacular, this is a destination for those seeking adventure rather than sun, sand, and relaxation.

The most opulent beach experience in the Indian Ocean can be found just off the coast of Zanzibar on the luxurious and exclusive Mnemba Private. Because there is only one lodge on the entire island, visitors have exclusive access to the best of the archipelago’s bright white beaches. Rather than a luxurious five-star hotel experience, it is an elegant beach lodge for those who appreciate luxury at its most personalized and authentic level.

Zanzibar’s History And Traditional Shows Are Two Of The Best Reasons To Visit

In Zanzibar, dhows sail

Zanzibar has a tumultuous history. It was once the largest slave market in East Africa and a popular rest stop for voyaging traders. It was known asThe Spice because of its aromatic spice offerings, and it was also a major player in the ivory trade. Zanzibar has been influenced by a wide range of people, including the British, Arabs, Portuguese, Indians, Persians, and Africans, all of whom have left their mark. Travel by traditional wooden dhow, a relic of the region’s trading history that is still used for transportation and fishing today.

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Zanzibar residents are known for their friendliness and willingness to assist visitors. There is a vibe and a relaxed pace of life outside of the hustle and bustle of Zanzibar, and travel is reasonably safe.

Zanzibar’ major festivals include Sauti za Busara (an annual African music festival held in February), Jahazi (a jazz and literary festival held in September), and Mwaka Kogwa (a four-day festival held in July to mark Nairuzim – the Shirazi New Year). These events draw participants from all over Africa, representing a wide range of races, ages, and backgrounds. In June and July, the Zanzibar International Film Festival is the most important cultural event. The festival features films, music, and performances from various races, ethnic groups, and religions, attracting a diverse audience.

It is economical and easy to find

Zanzibar has something for everyone, from one-of-a-kind five-star experiences to family-friendly prices. Zanzibar has something to suit everyone’s taste and budget, whether it is ultimate luxury or a laid-back beach shack. Travelling around on your own in Zanzibar is easy and convenient, allowing you to explore at your leisure. You can also look for high-quality and affordable Zanzibar vacation packages on the internet.

Recommendations For A Spring Vacation

Yellow Fever is characterized by the following symptoms: To visit Zanzibar, visitors must have a valid yellow fever certificate obtained at least ten days prior to your visit. 

Visitors should take all necessary precautions to avoid contracting malaria due to Zanzibar’s  location in the malarial belt.

Avoid April because it has the most rain and, surprisingly, the most rainy days of the year.

Tourists, particularly women, should conduct themselves and dress in a manner that respects local sensibilities and customs. Please obtain permission from Zanzibar residents before photographing them.

Inquire with your travel agent about whom they recommend. Including Zanzibar further South, or if you cannot find  the information in Zanzibar, use Zanzibar Holidays Nelspruit ‘Where to Go’ in Zanzibar’s feature.