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Vacations in Zanzibar
Zanzibar Holidays Port Elizabeth combines mysticals romance with sensory delights. The Spice, which is located on the Tanzanian coast, has three distinct influences: Asia, the Middle East, and Africa have all found a home in Zanzibar’s melting pot world.
The allure of Zanzibar has captivated luxury hunters, explorers, and itinerant travellers for years. The beaches are a haven for well-heeled romantics and nomads alike, who dream of ending their day with a beachside cocktail or a sunset dhow cruise. On a Zanzibar vacation, go diving, kitesurfing, or deep-sea fishing for the perfect catch. Local markets and spice fields in Zanzibar will appeal to those who enjoy food, while history buffs will enjoy strolling through Stone Town’s cobblestone streets.
A vacation to Zanzibar in Tanzania will leave you with memories of beach days, underwater explorations, and the lingering flavors of a diverse blended community. To plan your vacation, take a look at Zanzibar ‘s all-inclusive holiday packages. Keep an eye out on our Zanzibar Special Offers page for fantastic Zanzibar vacation packages!
Is It Safe To Travel To Zanzibar ?
Yes, going to Zanzibar is completely safe. This is one of the safest African destinations for solo female travellers. The Zanzibar Archipelago is part of Tanzania, one of the most prosperous African countries. In reality, Tanzania is the most peaceful country in East Africa. The locals are usually laid-back and friendly. Zanzibar is a popular tourist destination due to its picture-perfect beaches, warm weather, and diverse culture. As a result, it is equipped with all of the necessary tourism amenities for a relaxing and healthy vacation. Many foreign visitors value their time so much that they come back repeatedly.
Criminals see tourism as an opportunity to make a quick buck by stealing your belongings. Though Tanzania is not as dangerous as some other African countries, you should still be cautious and take precautions to protect yourself and your belongings as you would anywhere else. The only annoyance you are likely to encounter in Zanzibar is Maasai hawkers who want to sell their wares too forcefully at times. The only way to deal with forceful salespeople is to politely decline and ignore them. Please notify your lodge or tour company if you are threatened so that they can assist you.
The Best Reasons to Visit Zanzibar: Enlightening Cultural and Historical Experiences in Zanzibar
On your cultural tour, you will be walking through its narrow alleyways. Many events from this ancient metropolis have been preserved. The Catholic and Anglican churches are relics of the past, while the Omani Palaces, mosques, canons, and old fort are testaments to the Sultan’s reign.
The latticed windows and carved doors evoke nature, and Zanzibar has preserved many of its wonders while maintaining a still, laid-back pace of life. Even today, elderly men can be seen sipping coffee in the suburb square while children play happily in the alleys and gardens. The lanes that lead through the market are shaded by houses made of coral limestone with peeling plaster and lichens covering them.
It is easy to see why it used to be a shopper’s paradise. There are exquisitely crafted objects, sea, fresh seafood, organic fruit picked from a nearby farm, traditional clothing, and much more. On your Zanzibar day trip with Wonderful Holiday Destinations, visit Stone Town and immerse yourself in a bygone era.
Dolphins And Turtles
The South Coast of Zanzibar is a popular spot for dolphin sightings. A short boat ride from the village takes you out into the open sea, where you can see bottle-nosed or humpback dolphins in schools. Seeing these wild dolphins in the crystal clear waters of Zanzibar is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Kizimkazi is also home to the Miza Miza Caves and East Africa’s oldest mosque, both of which are worth visiting.
In Zanzibar , the Mnarani Natural Aquarium, located on the Northern tip of the Island, is dedicated to turtle conservation. The aquarium, which is built around a natural tidal pool, not only looks after injured Hawksbill and Green turtles, but also looks after their hatchlings. It is a community conservation project aimed at informing residents and fishermen about the importance of saving these sea creatures.
The Prison for escaped slaves is located about 5.6 kilometers off the coast of Stone Town.
The endangered Aldabra giant tortoise now has a safe haven. Poachers are actively threatening these highly endangered giant tortoises, according to the IUCN Red List.
The population has grown since the Tanzanian government provided the first four tortoises in 1919.
Fresh seafood is also available at local markets and restaurants, which is an unforgettable experience. Fresh fish cooked on open fires on the beach to Lobster Thermidor at Zanzibar’s hotels, spiced and served with typical flavors and twists, is just a few ways to enjoy these culinary delights. On a regular basis, the variety will arouse and tantalize your taste buds.
Facts About Zanzibar Travel
Zanzibar Holidays Port Elizabeth is a quick and easy escape from Johannesburg, as it is only a 4-hour flight away. The best months to visit Zanzibar are June to October, and December to February. Between March and May, avoid visiting Zanzibar because it is prone to heavy rains. Beautiful beaches, warm swimming seas, unrivaled diving, an intriguing past, and an exotic culture are all part of Zanzibar vacations. The mystical romance of Zanzibar would captivate couples and honeymooners. In Zanzibar,families with teenagers and groups of friends will find that there is something for everybody.