A Tanzania vacation can’t be complete without visiting Zanzibar beaches. Tanzania is home to miles-long beaches and shorelines as well. Zanzibar beaches are a perfect option to rest your mind after a tiring, dusty, wild safari experience in Tanzania or any safari destination in Africa Zanzibar is located 25 to 50 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania. It is an archipelago that consists of a number of big and small islands. Most of the Zanzibar archipelago falls under the Zanzibar region which comprises two big islands surrounded by many small islets. One island is Unguja which is informally referred to as Zanzibar, and the other is Pemba Island. Around the shoreline, you can stroll around for hours as there will be far less crowd surrounding you. Resorts, traditional huts, and hotels are only growing in number.
Arrive at Zanzibar airport/ harbor and transfer to the hotel you will have the Stone Town Tour takes you around the historical culture and architectural important town of Zanzibar with a century history. It includes a visit to the former slave market site, which now stands as an Anglican church built in 1871, the town market, visit the Zanzibar Memorial Museum, House of Wonder built-in 1883 (Beit-Al-Ajab), old Arab Fort, Palace Museum, Old Indian dispensary (cultural center) to Maruhubi Palace ruins via Living Stone House.
After a sumptuous breakfast at the lodge, you will head out for a full day SerengetiNational Park experience clad with your parked lunch which will be enjoyed on a picnic. Enjoy searching for various wildlife species in the vast savannah plains of the Serengeti. In the evening, you shall return to the lodge for dinner and overnight.
In the morning we will start a trip on the Spice and Botanical Tour Morning at 8:30 am trip to Spice and Botanical Tour on this tour you will see and taste the tropical fruits, spices plantations, and plots on the island. A variety of spices plants used as ornament, medicines, flowers, fruits, and other interesting flora can be seen during Spice Tour and visit Kidichi bath built-in 1850 by the first Sultan for his wife Shahrazad (granddaughter of Fateh Ali Shah of Persia), and then transfer to harbor/ airport for departure.
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