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Mtoni Palace Ruins

Get a glimpse of the lifestyle once enjoyed by Arabian royalty at Mtoni Palace Ruins, one of the oldest structures in the area.

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Mbweni Ruins 

The Mbweni Ruins are located 6 km to the South of Stone Town on the coastline. Also called ruins of St Mary's School for Girls, built by missionaries for girls freed from slave ships

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Nungwi Beach

known for the wide, palm-lined Nungwi Beach and a nearby boat-building yard for the production of traditional dhows.

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Jambiani Beach

Jambiani is one of the oldest and more traditional fishing villages in Zanzibar, Walk up and down the pristine beaches, enjoying the white sand and turquoise waters.

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Nakupenda Beach

With really white sands and clear water. Few people but many fishes you will be very lucky because of it's very nice weather, Good Sunlight which is  very inportant for the beach

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Jozani Chwaka Bay

Jozani Forest is the largest area of indigenous forest on Zanzibar Island. Most known for the Zanzibar red colobus, Procolobus kirkii 

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Chumbe Island Coral Park

A tiny coral-ringed island off Zanzibar, with beautifully-designed thatch bungalows, genuinely ecological aims and some of the world's best snorkelling.

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Butterfly Centre

Good community based project that sustains the butterfly farm. Nice for a quick visit or longer if you are determined to get that one good photo

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Hellen Art Gallery

A place packed full with paintings of different styles and measures. You can find anything from small to big and hands down its a huge collection.

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Dr Bulungu Gallery

Beautiful hand made paintings, wonderful gift for someone.

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Stone Town

Stone Town is an UNESCO world heritage site and the history attached to it

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Spice Farm Tour

The Spice Tour will show you exactly why Zanzibar is known as the "Spice Island" and gives visitors a unique experience & also visit the Persian Baths that was built in 1850 by Sayyid Said bin Sultan (first Sultan of Zanzibar) for his wife Princess Shahrzad (grand-daughter of Fateh Ali Shah of Persia).

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Tel : +971 4 265 7080

Kenya  Office

Tel: +254 725 249610

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