Zanzibar

Famous for its spices, Zanzibar is also known as the spice islands of Zanzibar. It is an archipelago of Zanzibar, Bawe, Chuwe, Tumbatu and Pemba islands with magnificent beaches strewn in the Indian Ocean. Its rich history dates back to the Arab slave trade era followed by the emancipation of slaves with the coming of missionaries. It served as the gateway to Africa’s interior for the European explorers.

Stone Town

Stone town –the old part of Zanzibar City –is renowned for its brilliant 19th Century architecture that reflects Arab, Moorish, Indian and European influence.

Dolphin Tours

Get up close with the bottle-nosed sea friends in their natural habitat snorkeling. Kizimkazi –a fishing village on the south coast of Zanzibar –is a popular spot for dolphins.

Jahazi Forest

Celebrate life’s magical moments –destination wedding, honeymoon, renew wedding vows, anniversary –on Zanzibar’s beaches with the Indian Ocean backdrop. Kiss and be kissed by the sun and Indian Ocean trade winds as you relax on the beach.

Spice Tours

Zanzibar has vast plantations of cloves, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla, saffron, nutmeg and ginger. During the 19th Century, Zanzibar produced about 90% of the world’s clove supply. Indulge in Zanzibar’s popular coconut juice as you venture into the world of spices taking in their scents as we take you on a spice tour through the ever-green plantations of Zanzibar’s spice island.

Dhou Cruises

Prison Island: Enhance your African history with a boat trip to Prison Island off the coast of Zanzibar’s mainland. Prison Island also known as Changuu was used by the Arab slave merchants to detain unruly slaves in the 1880s. It is a 10 minute boat trip from Stone Town. Its splendid white sand beaches, coral reefs and scenic views of the Stone Town waterfront are breathtaking. It is ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Prison Island is home to the giant aldabra tortoises.

Other Destinations

Lake Manyara
Tarangire National Park
 Ngorongoro Crater
Lake Natron

Mount Kilimanjaro


Serengeti National Park