Known as the Spice Isle, Zanzibar is a tropical archipelago comprised of many scattered islands of which Unguja and Pemba are the largest. The island lies between 25km and 50km off the coast of Tanzania mainland. Although, is a semi-autonomous part Tanzania but retain its own government and president for internal affairs.
The Zanzibar’s culture is a faithful reflection of the harmonious, multi-ethnic roots of islands’ peaceful yet vibrant society which is home of people from across the globe.The Arab influence is evident to the people who are mix of local Africans, Persians from Arabs, Asians are significant minority especially in the town and cities, Europeans either descent or expatriate. With this in mind, the island offers the experience of lifetime amid the reassuring harmony and welcoming friendliness living refreshingly close to its roots.
Destination wise, the main reason visitors travel to Zanzibar is for slice of space and serenity. Sun, sea and sand sounds heavenly, blessed with miles and miles of beautiful white sand beaches, slander palms, turquoise seas for the incredible diving and snorkelling opportunities. There are private islands, stretches of untouched sand, with a luxury resorts await nothing but the experience of a lifetime.
Zanzibar is the perfect escape for adventurous soul, romantic gateway and photographers. Invite your friends and family, travelling with Azadam Tours we can make Zanzibar the focus of the entire journey or just one part (combine with Tanzania safaris). Either way, when travels with us your guarantee to find your way at the most imaginable destination.
Zanzibar is a tropical island influenced by the kaskazi and kusi monsoon. The kaskazi blows in from the north-east during the months of November to March while Kusi lasts from April through to September, and bring with it the long rains, which last from mid of March through to June. Short rains occur between October and November.