Zanzibar -- even the name invokes images of palm tree lined white sand beaches and exotic history and culture.This is the birthplace of Swahili, a mixture of languages and culture from the varied trading partners Persians, Indians, Europeans, Africans.
The palm fringed white beaches epitomise a perfect tropical scene. Add to this warm water and an unspoiled marine environment with coral gardens inhabited by brightly coloured fish, and the picture is complete. The islands offer world class scuba diving or snorkelling and deep sea fishing in the Pemba and Mnemba channels.
A visit to a spice farm will bring your sense of smell to life with pungent cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, ginger and black pepper, along with such exotic fruits as tamarind, guava, mango, rose apple and bananas. The rare red colobus monkey might also be seen at some farms and particularly at Jozani Forest in the south of Zanzibar and in Pemba's natural forest.
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Our Zanzibar holidays and accommodations take in the best sites from remote sandy beaches to the distinctive architecture and exotic culture of Stone Town. We have selected some of the very best beach hotels on the island of Zanzibar from guest houses to budget hotels and five star beach resorts. The very name ‘Zanzibar’ evokes an air of mystery and exoticism. Lying 35 kilometres off the coast of Tanzania, it boasts crystal clear waters, glorious beaches and a fascinating history. Zanzibar was once the commercial centre for East Africa, and the last country to abolish the slave trade. Today, you can expect a fusion of ancient ruins and Arabic styling along a white sandy beach.