WELCOME TO ZANZIBAR
Zanzibar is located on the shores of Tanzania. It doesn’t get the well deserved ATTENTION it should for its exceptionally beautiful beaches and islands with waters ranging in every shade of Blue you can imagine
Zanzibar has so much to offer activity wise for every‐
one at your suitable budget from accommodations, safaris, Island tours and some of the freshest sea food you will find.
The water in Zanzibar is the bluest I’ve ever seen (that means bluer than Maldives, Seychelles, Mauritius, Saint Lucia etc etc) and it’s still pretty cheap.
I really recommend you guys visit. It’s a small island off the coast of Tanzania but it’s a whole world apart from the mainland. Full of culture and history, and with strong Arabic roots, the architecture, food and vibes are all really unique in an untouched island paradise, Zanzibar.
Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous archipelago off the coast of Tanzania consisting of Zanzibar Island (locally, Unguja), Pemba Island and many smaller islands. Zanzibar island itself is approximately 90km long and 40km wide.
Stone Town – the vibrant and enchanting capital
Nungwi – at the northern tip of the island. Very popular with tourists since swimming in the ocean is possible even at low tide. Quite overcrowded with tourists in season.
Kendwa – a few km south of Nungwi, also very popular with tourists.
Matemwe – a small traditional village in the North East.
Paje – the liveliest village on the South East coast known for excellent kiteboarding conditions, Great diving, a stunning beach and excellent restaurants. Jambiani – a small fishing village on the southeast coast, 10 km south of Paje, with lots of small guesthouses and hotels – a quieter option than Paje with plenty of restaurants to chose from
Michamvi – the remotest village on the South East coast known for great sunset beach and the coolest bar on Zanzibar, Kae Beach.
Makunduchi : at the south east tip of the island. 70 km from Stone Town. It has its own hospital, magistrates court, secondary school. The village is famous for the “Mwaka Kogwa” festival which happens in July. The beaches are some distance away from the village and are quiet, away from it all. For travelers who are looking for peace.
Kizimkazi : small fishing village famous for the Dolphin tours. The most antic mosque in Africa is to be found in Kizimkazi Dimbani. https://kiafricaadventure.com/zanzibar-beach-3-days-2/