Jambiani Village Tour Zanzibar

Jambiani Village Tour Zanzibar

Jambiani Village Tour Zanzibar The small village of Jambiani lies in the southeast coast of Unguja (commonly known as the island of Zanzibar). It is about 4 kilometres long. It gets its name from the beach that’s famous for its sparkling white sands. The village has over 6000 people who call it home. The interesting…

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5 Family Friendly Tanzanian Holiday Destinations

5 Family Friendly Tanzanian Holiday Destinations

5 Family Friendly Tanzanian Holiday Destinations What do we look for when we plan a family friendly holiday? Plenty of activities, a wide range of locations to visit and great food are some of the things that come to mind. You can get all this and more in the fabulous country of Tanzania. Zanzibar and…

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Tangawizi Spice Farm Zanzibar

Tangawizi Spice Farm Zanzibar | A Must Visit

Tangawizi Spice Farm Zanzibar | A Must Visit Zanzibar is known for its beaches and its marine life. But its reputation was established way back in the 17th century when it was at the forefront of spice trade. It was known for its quality of nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves. In the olden days, spices and…

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Family beach holidays in Zanzibar

Family beach holidays in Zanzibar

Family beach holidays in Zanzibar Every list of must dos in Zanzibar (Unguja) always involves the beach. There is no way you can visit this island and not be mesmerised by the wide and beautiful expanses of sand and sea. A beach is the best holiday for every member of the family. Imagine spending days…

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Guide to Swahili Culture in Zanzibar

Guide to Swahili Culture in Zanzibar

Guide to Swahili Culture in Zanzibar Zanzibar is an amazing tropical destination for the intrepid adventurer. The architecture and history include whispers of Arabic, Portuguese and Swahili cultures. From the House of Wonders to the Palace Museum, there is always something to see and learn. And we haven’t even talked about the capital of Zanzibar…

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Honeymoon Suites in Kichanga Lodge

Honeymoon Suites in Kichanga Lodge

Honeymoon Suites in Kichanga Lodge A wedding is one of the most important unions between loved ones. It should be a time to create memories that will last a lifetime. With the blissful wedding having taken place, the next step is to cement the bond between couples. And what better place to achieve this lovely…

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White Sand Beaches in Zanzibar

White Sand Beaches in Zanzibar

White Sand Beaches in Zanzibar Many have dreams of an exotic coastal destination sipping on refreshing drinks as they sun bask on white sands. Does such a beautiful destination exist? Indeed, and it’s called Zanzibar. It has some of the most pristine beaches and clear blue waters anywhere in the world. Zanzibar is an archipelago…

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Scuba Diving Around Kichanga Lodge

Scuba Diving Around Kichanga Lodge

Scuba Diving Around Kichanga Lodge Search the best destinations in Africa to go on holiday and you will definitely find Zanzibar somewhere at the top. There is a good reason for this. The island is surrounded by long beaches that are littered with palm trees, the skies are clear on the best days and sunshine…

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A Zanzibar Honeymoon Guide

A Zanzibar Honeymoon Guide see the beauty of Zanzibar while at sea. Sunset dhow trips can be arranged for two.  Go for water sports Honeymooners can spend the day at the beach playing volleyball. Many lodges have a fully mechanized department that caters for motorsports, including kite surfing, snorkelling, and deep sea diving. The newlyweds…

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Unusual Places to Visit in Zanzibar

Unusual Places to Visit in Zanzibar While Zanzibar remains an attractive destination for many travellers, exploring the island can be a mystery.  From its eerie slave market to its doors that are embroidered with bewildering letterings and artefacts, to its House of Wonders and extraordinarily large tortoises at Prison Island, the island packs an unusual…

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Types of Fish that Are Found in Tanzania

Types of Fish that Are Found in Tanzania When it comes to fishing in both inland water reservoirs and the Indian Ocean, the deep waters along Tanzania’s coast are rich in big-game fish, from tuna to marlin to barracudas and swordfish. Apart from the big-game variety, red snapper, grouper, and other local species are populous…

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Top 10 Churches to Visit in Tanzania

Top 10 Churches to Visit in Tanzania The Christian religion in Tanzania has been growing steadily for the last few decades since the first missionaries set foot on the mainland in the middle of the 19th century. A survey conducted in 2010 found about over 61 percent of the population to be Christians, 35 percent…

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