Welcome To Zanzibar

Your Essential Travel Guide

Welcome to Zanzibar, the exotic and enchanting island located off the coast of Tanzania. Known for its pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and colorful culture, Zanzibar is a true tropical paradise that promises an unforgettable travel experience.

Take a stroll through the winding streets of Stone Town, the island’s historic capital, and soak up the vibrant atmosphere of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the colorful markets, taste the delicious local cuisine, and learn about the island’s fascinating history, which was shaped by Arab, Indian, and European influences.

When you’re ready to hit the beach, Zanzibar won’t disappoint. From the powdery white sands of Nungwi to the secluded coves of Kendwa, there’s a beach for every type of traveler. Go snorkeling or scuba diving and discover the vibrant marine life that thrives in Zanzibar’s coral reefs, or simply kick back and relax under the shade of a palm tree with a refreshing drink in hand.

As the sun sets over the Indian Ocean, head to one of Zanzibar’s lively beach bars and dance the night away to the beat of local music. And when it’s time to rest, retreat to one of the island’s charming lodges or luxury resorts, where you can indulge in a peaceful and rejuvenating getaway.

Zanzibar truly has it all – stunning natural beauty, rich cultural heritage, and warm and welcoming people. Come discover this magical island for yourself and make memories that will last a lifetime.

Popular Sites To Visit In Zanzibar

Explore the historic center of Zanzibar City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Stone Town

Visit the giant tortoises and relax on the beach.

Prison Island

Enjoy the beautiful beaches and water activities.

Nugwi Beach

Visit the capital, Victoria, and explore the island's stunning beaches, botanical gardens, and hiking trails.


Discover the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Anse Lazio beach.

Black River Gorges National Park

Visit the capital, Victoria, and explore the island's stunning beaches, botanical gardens, and hiking trails.

Mauritius Botanical Garden

This iconic waterfall stands 700meters above sea level and is allocated in the Black River Gorges National Park.

Alexandra Falls

Zanzibar has a tropical climate with two main seasons: dry (June to October) and wet (November to April). The dry season is ideal for visiting.


Local Currency

The official currency is the Tanzanian Shilling (TZS), but the US Dollar is widely accepted. Credit cards are accepted at major hotels and some restaurants.

Emergency services: 112

Emergency Numbers

Local Festivals

Zanzibar’s cultural calendar includes festivals like the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) and the Mwaka Kogwa festival.


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