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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 Holidays Zwelitsha… This name alone conjures up images of a tropical paradise. It conjures up images of glistening azure waters, soft sands, and white beaches. However, the Zanzibar Archipelago offers much more than idyllic sunsets and romantic coastlines. These include a wide range of tastes, smells, sights, and experiences that will nourish your spirit, revitalize your body, and reawaken your imagination.

Zanzibar is unquestionably a fantasy beach destination. A great place to get away from it all. It does, however, have a captivating past and a diverse range of cultures, as well as being the best adventure and ecotourism destination.

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Reasons To Visit Zanzibar

Zanzibar’s beaches are heavenly

Zanzibar is well-known for its beautiful beaches, warm waters, and pleasant weather. It is well-known for its marine life, coral reefs, and warm waters, making it an ideal diving and snorkeling destination. Zanzibar is hard to beat for lazy days on white, crisp sandy beaches. Aside from being a fantastic beach destination, Zanzibar Holidays Zwelitsha has a plethora of options for culture vultures, nature lovers, and explorers.

Its distinct culture, tradition, and architecture

Zanzibar’s Distinct Community

Zanzibar is a relatively undeveloped island with semi-autonomy from Tanzania’s mainland. The country’s colorful history and rich heritage are reflected in the strong Persian, European, Indian, African, and Arabic influences. Its distinct past adds a lively dimension to Zanzibar. When exploring, you will come across a fascinating mix of architectural styles in the mosques and buildings.

Zanzibar’s Culture

The Old Turkish Baths, House of Wonders, shops, market stalls, and bazaars all fill the senses with energy and detail, telling the story of a long and turbulent past. Zanzibar is primarily Islamic, as evidenced by the locals’ way of life and the nature of everything from furniture and cloth to jewelry and crafts. Look for the well-known carved teak Zanzibar gate. The Dhow Countries Music Academy is an excellent place to learn about the local music style known as Taarab, which is a fusion of percussion, Swahili poetry, and rhythms infused with influences from the Middle East, Africa, India, and the West.

Unique Boutique Beach Lodging Provides Luxury Experiences

If you are looking for the best beach vacation spot in Tanzania, consider some of Zanzibar’s unique, distinctly luxury options. When you stay at one of these hotels, you will be surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Indian Ocean’s turquoise seas, powdery-snow white beaches, fascinating avain, and verdant tropical plants, marine fauna, and mammalian.

The warm, clear waters are ideal for diving, snorkeling, and swimming. Your stay at The Residence, Baraza Resort and Spa, The Palms, Matemwe Retreat, Kilindi, Mnemba Island Lodge, and others will be distinguished by exquisitely designed rooms, opulent living areas, delectable cuisine specially prepared to your preferences, unobtrusive service, and a plethora of facilities such as an infinity pool, patio gardens, library, elegant spa, private plunge pool, and more.

Enjoy the best in pampering and comfort, and make plans to participate in our hotel’s many coastal and marine activities. All facilities, amenities, fine wines, and gourmet foods are included, and the island’s ambience can cast a spell of absolute allure around you.

Is Zanzibar Safe? : Safety Recommendations

Keep all of your valuables at home

The citizens of Zanzibar are extremely poor, and foreigners who can afford to visit Zanzibar are usually regarded as much wealthier by the locals. Keep your valuables, such as jewelry or watches, in the hotel’s safe deposit box, as you would in any other destination. At night, it is not advisable to walk on Zanzibar Beach or in deserted streets.

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Respect local customs and practices

The residents dress conservatively because they live in a predominantly Islamic country. We recommend that you dress modestly while on vacation in Zanzibar, especially if you are going to remote areas. Wear knee- and shoulder-length skirts,avoid wearing short skirts and slax. In general, public displays of affection are frowned upon.

In Religious Establishments

Take extra precautions when visiting Religious Institutions. Avoid crowded areas and religious demonstrations on Fridays, especially in and around Zanzibar.

Travel Tips For Zanzibar Holidays Zwelitsha

Because your options outside of hotels and resorts are limited, book an all-inclusive Zanzibar Holidays package Zwelitsha that includes meals and drinks. Spend your vacation in Zanzibar on the North Coast of the island for moderate tides; if you stay on the East Coast, you will have access to the island’s most idyllic beaches, but the tides may require a walk to swim or snorkel.

Spend at least one or two nights in Zanzibar Holidays Zwelitsha, soaking in its unique history and admiring the sunset from a rooftop bar. Bring comfortable shoes if you want to do a walking tour of Zanzibar. Before going on vacation to Zanzibar, consult your travel clinic about vaccines and Malarial medicine. Mosquitoes are annoying: bring bug spray with you and beat the buzzing beasts by closing windows at night, covering up after dark, and sleeping under mosquito nets.

Pack sunscreen, a hat, for hot days and a light jersey for cool nights. If you want to snorkel, you should bring your own mask and snorkel rather than rely on the ones provided by your resort. Tipping is customary but optional in Zanzibar: bring small bills in small denominations to tip guides, waiters, porters, and housekeeping workers. Nungwi in the north is private, and its beaches are less influenced by the tidal range, making it ideal for a less crowded holiday in Zanzibar.