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If you are dreaming of long never-ending beaches with white sand and light blue water that is crystal clear, you will find it on this island which is only about 90 km long and 30 km wide. Zanzibar is an archipelago and Zanzibar Island is also known as (Unguja locally). Pemba Island is the other of the two biggest islands.
Its beaches, its spice plantations (therefore lovingly referred to as The Spice Island), the history of Stone Town, and the beautiful holiday resorts.
Maybe Wikipedia describes it better: “Unguja (also referred to as “Zanzibar Island” or simply “Zanzibar”, is the largest and most populated island of the Zanzibar archipelago, in Tanzania.”
Being near to the equator, the islands are warm all year round. However, you need to take note of the wet months, which are the Monsoon months: March, April, and May as well as November and December. Therefore the best time to visit will be June to October (these are the cool and dry months) and again during January and February (when it is hot and dry), so these will also be good months to visit.
Zanzibar is a fantastic holiday destination, but if you are still looking for reasons why you should go to Zanzibar; Here are a few:
Turquoise Tropical Beaches – If you’re looking for a tropical beach vacation with beautiful beaches, this destination will not disappoint.
Luxury accommodation options – The archipelago of Zanzibar offers a choice of luxury accommodation options.
Private Island Escape – Looking for a romantic destination where you can stay on your own private island – or have a romantic dinner on a private island? This is the place to go.
For a cultural experience – visit Stone Town (the capital of the island of Zanzibar which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Foodie Paradise – Experience the spice tours and cuisine of Zanzibar combined with beautiful views (see below some great places to visit).
Zanzibar’s main airport is Abeid Amani Karume International Airport.
Spices (like cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and black pepper), Raffia, and Tourism
The Tea House Restaurant:
A rooftop restaurant with beautiful views and an exceptional experience. The Emerson Zanzibar Tea Ceremony introduces guests to the Zanzibar culture. The Tea Ceremony is held in Roshani at Emerson on Hurumzi. It takes around 2 hours and can be started anytime between 11 am to 4 pm. You can make reservations at:
The Rock Restaurant:
Be sure to book online well in advance, as they do have limited space and you don’t want to be disappointed. Also due to the size limit, you can’t make reservations only for drinks, so use this opportunity to treat yourself and your travel companion/s and enjoy a meal in a truly unique setting.