Zanzibar is East African Archipelago formed by small island such as unguja and pemba and surrounding islets in indian ocean Lying 22 miles (35km) off the coast of East Africa. In 1964 Zanzibar together with Pemba Island and some other smaller island joined with Tanganyika on the mainland to form the United Republic Tanzania. Zanzibar is a beautiful island filled with culture as to mention its stunning beaches to make sure your seeing the best of what the island has to offer.
Things To Do In Zanzibar Beach And Activities:
Zanzibar island is the place to be if you love the sand, sun and sea. With many stretches of scenic beaches and miles of powdery white sand. An island is perfect for you to indulge in some fun activities. The warn clear waters fringed with coral reefs provide some excellent sites for scuba diving, Kite surfing, swimming the best way to soak up some sun and dip your toes in the sea but who don’t need the luxury of a fancy hotel on the top.
Zanzibar is known for its spice trade, Tourist can choose from variety of tours and explore the winding streets with expert tour guide who will inform you of the origin of the industry, as well as teaching about the wide variety of spices that Zanzibar produces and trade in.
Spend The Day in Stone Town
Stone town is the heart and soul of the island. An incredible mash-up of winding alleys and old Arabic-style buildings, you can temporarily lose yourself in the town magic. Soak up the local culture by sipping a cup of coffee from a local vendor or just keep on wandering through the streets, discovering unique little spots at every turn.
Visit Old Fort
The oldest building in stone town. The Old Fort is located on the seafront, right in front of the famous Forodhani Gardens. Originally built in the 17th century with the purpose of defending the island from attack from the Portuguese, nowadays the Old Fort is one of the Stone Town`s main sights. Visitors can admire the remains of the former Fort and amble around the courtyard in the center, Where sellers have local produced for sale. An old amphitheater still hosts events and functions in the fort.
Whether it’s the vast plains of the Serengeti, the snow-dusted peaks of Kilimanjaro or the dazzling white beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania honeymoons offer so much to newlyweds
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