Visit the Tanzania coast, Tanzania isn’t about Wildlife. There is additionally a cut of tropical heaven on this side of the world. In the seaside terrains and towns of Zanzibar, Pemba, and Mafia, you can discover some of the world’s most delightful beaches, most extreme diving spots, and fabulous historical experience.
Zanzibar is the most popular beach and honeymoon destination in Tanzania. It features clear, turquoise-blue water, shallow sandbars, and many small islands. Aside from the gorgeous stretches of white sand beaches and the many diving and fishing spots, Zanzibar also houses many historical and cultural areas including the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Stone Town. You can easily revel in the beauty of this island from other parts of Africa and even other parts of the world. It has an international airport that receives numerous flights via Condor, Ethiopian Airways, Kenyan Airways, KLM, Qatar Airways, Jetfly, and many more.
Set like a jewel in serene coral waters, just 20 minutes flight from Dar es Salaam. Zanzibar is one of the world’s most excellent islands. Its name summons a romantic past. To the shores of these islands came Sumerians, Assyrians, Hindus, Egyptians, Phoenicians, Arabians, Chinese, Malaysians, and the Portuguese, all cruising in on Monsoon winds. From these shores, the incomparable European pilgrim’s Burton, Speke, Livingstone, Krapf, Rebman, and Grant set out on their journeys of discovery into the East and Central African hinterland.
“The Place of Wonders” and the narrow streets of the Old Stone Town are just some of the vivid reminders of the island’s long and colored history.