Stone Town

Stone Town, the historic jewel of Zanzibar, invites visitors to explore its cobbled streets and delve into its intriguing past. Through centuries of Arab, Persian, and Indian history, this city transports you to a fascinating world of intertwined cultures. Admire its colonial architecture, visit the Palace of Wonders, and wander through the hidden corners of its winding alleys. At the bustling Forodhani Market, aromas and colors envelop you, immersing you further in the island’s rich cultural heritage. Let yourself be enchanted by the magic of Stone Town and discover the unique essence of Zanzibar in every corner.


Forodhani Market

Forodhani Market invites visitors to immerse themselves in its hustle and bustle and delight in the aromas and flavors of Zanzibar. Street food stalls offer a delicious variety of fresh seafood, kebabs, samosas, and traditional sweets. It’s a culinary adventure where visitors mingle with locals and tourists in this vibrant seaside market. In this lively and colorful setting, you can experience the island’s gastronomic richness. Forodhani is a must-visit for those seeking to enjoy the authentic cuisine and culture of Zanzibar in a unique and picturesque setting, enhanced by the sound of the nearby waves.


Prison Island

Prison Island (Changuu), also known as Changuu, is a paradisiacal spot in Zanzibar. With 800 meters long and 230 meters wide, this Swahili island has a fascinating history. Its name, “Prison Island,” comes from its past as a place of confinement for rebellious slaves in the 1860s and later as a prison in Tanzania. Nowadays, it offers a unique and exciting experience. Visitors can interact with giant tortoises in their sanctuary and explore the island’s natural wonders, with white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters inviting relaxation and enjoyment.

Nungwi Beaches

Nungwi beaches are renowned for their exclusivity and charm. With white sand and coconut palm trees, this tropical paradise offers a perfect getaway. Just meters from the shore, you can explore nearby coral reefs, home to vibrant marine life, or simply relax and watch the spectacular sunset over the Indian Ocean. Nungwi captivates with its natural beauty and tranquil atmosphere, where the beaches remain unaffected by high or low tides, providing the perfect swimming experience. The Nungwi coast is known for the exclusivity of its accommodations, inviting visitors to enjoy the charm of this paradisiacal corner.

Paje Beach

On the picturesque southeast coast of Zanzibar, Paje Beach awaits travelers with its extensive white sands and turquoise waters. It is world-renowned as a paradise for kite surfing and windsurfing, thanks to the constant winds that caress its waves. But Paje offers much more than just exciting water sports: its beach and its population enjoy a close and relaxed atmosphere, where thrilling snorkeling excursions can be enjoyed with the local fishermen’s catamarans. The island’s natural beauty seduces at every step, and every sunset remains etched in our memories as an unforgettable memory.

Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park

In Jozani National Park, you’ll discover a world of unique biodiversity.

Besides being home to elusive red colobus monkeys, it hosts a variety of bird species, reptiles, and butterflies. Lush mangrove forests, tropical flora, and unparalleled wildlife make this place a constant surprise. Travelers will undoubtedly enjoy the natural richness of this sanctuary and learn about conservation efforts to protect its diversity. Zanzibar is not just sun and beach; it also offers the opportunity to explore its fascinating natural environment and connect with the island’s lush wildlife.

Spice Tour

Visitors will explore Zanzibar’s spice plantations where their local guide will reveal their most precious secrets. They’ll discover the exotic aromas of vanilla, cinnamon, and cloves while learning about the island’s fascinating history. They’ll witness the cultivation and processing of spices, and their traditional and medicinal uses. They’ll participate in interactive workshops to create personalized spice blends. Additionally, they’ll enjoy tastings of traditional dishes seasoned with these fresh and authentic spices. This sensory journey will immerse visitors in Zanzibar’s rich culinary culture, offering an unforgettable experience.

Island of Mafia and Pemba

The islands of Mafia and Pemba, located off the coast of Tanzania, are paradisiacal destinations that offer unique experiences. Mafia Island, part of the Zanzibar archipelago, is famous for its marine park, ideal for diving and snorkelling, where you can see coral reefs and abundant marine life, including whale sharks. Pemba, known as “the green island” for its lush vegetation, is less touristy and offers pristine beaches, mangroves and excellent diving sites. Both islands allow for cultural immersion with local communities, offering tranquility and natural beauty in a less crowded environment.