Zanzibar is an archipelago of islands – the most famous being Unguja located 25 kms from the mainland coast at Dar es Salaam. The island is famous for its mix of exotic beaches, famous spice plantations, history (Stone Town being the capital) and diverse culture. Unguja (the main island in Zanzibar) is also home to many endangered species including the red colobus monkey and green turtle.
The North and East Coast of Unguja have particularly inviting beaches with powder white sand lapped by turquoise blue warm waters of the Indian Ocean and framed by many coconut and wild date palms. This makes for an ideal location to relax particularly after a safari or trek up Kilimanjaro.
What makes Zanzibar different to other tropical island destinations is the eclectic mix of sun, sea, sand and spice. But there is much more – vivid history, culture and a variety of excursions that makes this one of the most popular all-round beach destinations for people of all ages and interests. Apart from this, a whole range of endangered species can be found in the warm tropical waters around the archipelago – from bottlenose dolphins and green turtles to the once assumed extinct coelecanth!
Zanzibar also hosts annual festivals and events drawing people from all over East Africa and the world.
An experience of a lifetime. From day one in Nairobi, throughout our trip in Massai, Mara, Kenya, and the incredible planes of the Serenget and Ngorongoro Crate.
Daniel was immensely helpful from the very start; helping us to design the perfect holiday to celebrate a special wedding anniversary. Nothing was too much trouble.
I have recently returned from an incredible Safari experience with Authentic Africa Adventure. Daniel, our excellent tour guide, assisted me in arranging this trip.
I would recommend. Masha / Danial for your safari. . Masha has a good knowledge of the birds in the area. Also we saw every animal. . Every day we saw something different .