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Zanzibar Island:

Zanzibar has a romantic, legendary and fascinating history, which emanates from a long interaction with many cultures. It was the arrival of the Shirazis, Omanis, Portuguese, and the British which exposed Zanzibar to the rest of the world. These were the first people to come to Zanzibar. This island is known for its long stretches of beach, rich Swahili culture and architecture and laid back, relaxed pace of life. Zanzibar hosts various beach hotels and resorts along its beaches as well as in Stone Town, the historic town which has several interesting places one could explore such as the Old Fort, Home of Wonders, Palace Museum, and Old Stone Market.

TEA-ZCT-Zanzibar City Tour -Half Day

stone townThe half-day city tour visits Zanzibar's colorful market, which exudes a heady smell of herbs and spices. Other sites visited include the Anglican Cathedral, which stands in silent testimony on the site of one of the last open slave markets in the world, the residence of the late Sultan of Zanzibar; 'Tipu Tip House'. The Old Fort and the House of Wonders - all locations rich in antiquity and full of intrigue from the days of long ago. The tour ends with a romantic stroll along the narrow lanes of the Old Stone Town.

TEA-ST-Spice Tour - 4 Hours

The spice tour is guaranteed to sharpen your senses. Drive through the countryside to visit spice plantations - with an opportunity to pick, smell and savor exotic fruits and spices.

TEA-PI-Prison Island - Full Day

Changuu Island is a historical island once used for the detention of recalcitrant slaves. Today Giant Tortoises, some over 100 years old, act as unlikely vigilantes over the island. zanzibarThe beach is superb and the crystal clear sea excellent for swimming, snorkeling, fishing and diving. This trip is perfect to while away a complete day.

TEA-JF-Jozani Forest - 4 Hours

Jozani is the only remaining natural forest on Unguja Island. Covering an area of 10 sq km it consists of high forest, swamp forest and evergreen forest. It provides an important refuge for the remaining Ungula fauna such as the rare Red Colobus Monkeys, small Zanzibar Leopard and two antelope species - the Zanzibar Duiker and Suni.




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