Zanzibar is an archipelago consisting of two main islands of Unguja and Pemba, and several other surrounding small islands, Zanzibar has an infamous of the past since it was a key player in the 19th century slave trade.
The “House of Wonders” and narrow streets of the Old Stone Town are just some of the reminders of the islands long and coloured history.
Stone Town is a fine example of the Swahili way of life with its elegant architecture, full of balconies, courtyards, hand caved doors, and mosques reflects the cultures of Africa, Arabs, Indians, and Europe whose travellers have arrived from for more than a millennium
The main island of Unguja is only 100km approximately and 40km wide.
Consisting the outstanding, powder white beaches, its eastern shores and the World heritage site of Stone Town on its western edge.
With its location, barrier reef and stunning beaches, Zanzibar offers so many attractions such as scuba diving, snorkelling, kite-surfing, reef walks, wondeful beaches, swimming with dolphins, fresh seafood and much more.
In the interior there is a small forest called Jozani Forest Reserve for those who want to explorer the coast.
Zanzibar Stone Town Tour, which is literary a travel into history of this old capital of the Omani Sultans, is one of the popular tour.
Other tour will include the old slave caves in Mangapwani, the prison island, ruins of what was the palace of the Sultan Said, the old slave market and many other historical sites.
For long time, the famous historic spice Islands of Zanzibar has evoked a mystical and magical dream.
Wonderful history, exotic spices, sandy beaches and the hospitality of the people.
The inclusion of taking visitors to spices plantations in the countryside where variety of seasonal spices, tropical fruits and medicinal herbs are grown, are the different tour that arranged while in Zanzibar, where the uses in cooking and cosmetic of the spices will be well described and detailed, Guests will be fascinated by plenty of spices produced, and by their incredible value.
In location of about 80km from Zanzibar Island (Unguja), Pemba Island is the same distance directly east of Tanga on the Tanzanian mainland.
Pemba Island is smaller by size and a less known destination than Unguja.
Because of her dense and lush vegetation the early Arabs sailors named the it The Green Island because it has more natural forest, plantations and grows more cloves than Unguja.
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