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Diving, snorkeling, kitesurfing, deep sea-fishing, sailing- Zanzibar is not only an island; a group of more than 50 islands also makes it its own republic.
The Indian Ocean, the habitat of fascinating types of fish, shells, and colorful sea-stars. The mysterious underwater world of the Zanzibar's
Indian Ocean hides a coral reef, which spreads over several hundred kilometers.
Zanzibar is a mecca for big game fisherman! With it’s position, far out in the Indian Ocean, the Zanzibar Archipelago attracts all kinds of wonderful big game fish, like barracuda, wahoo, kingfish yellowfin tuna, sailfish and marlin (blue, black and striped) to name but a few. Take a trip out on a boat and try your hand, it’s a once in a lifetime experience!
In the southern region of Zanzibar an Island known as Kizimkazi offers the unique opportunity to swim and interact with dolphins. An experience you will never forget!
There’s something calming – almost therapeutic – about diving with turtles, watching as they elegantly make their way to the ocean’s surface for air. Green sea and hawksbill turtles nest here and inhabit the surrounding waters. There are dive sites dotted all around the island but the very best diving opportunities lie off the northern most tip of Zanzibar. Serious enthusiasts may like to note that during the months of September/October Nungwi is visited by migrating humpback and sperm whales which can exceed 14 metres in length - an encounter with one of these giants is pretty special. December to April is manta ray & whale shark season. Geographically, Nungwi is the perfect spot to visit Mnemba Atoll (an unforgettable one hour sail away), Leven Bank (seven miles off shore) which rises 200 meters from the sea bed to a mere seven metres from the surface and Pemba. With water temperatures ranging from 25 and 29 degrees, and visibility between 12 and 40 metres the Zanzibar archipelago is the perfect 'all year round diving destination.
With visits to the House of Wonders, the Palace Museum (People’s Palace), Dr Livingstone’s House and the Arab Fort amongst others, it is a fascinating look at the essence of Zanzibar. You will see Zanzibar’s bustling market, winding alleyways, ornately carved and studded doors, two cathedrals and countless mosques. A trip to the site of Sultan Barghash’s harem at Marahubi should also be included and rounds off an insight into Zanzibar’s huge history and vibrant culture. Stone Town has some excellent gifts shops with plenty of souvenirs and handicrafts to choose from.
Take a full day or half day trip into the hinterland to visit spice plantations with English and German speaking guides. It’s your chance in soak up the smells of vanilla, cloves, cardamon and a variety of other spices and exotic fruits. Clove trees were introduced in Zanzibar in 1818, which formed the main trade for the island, becoming known as the 'gold' of Zanzibar. Discover the history of the Sultan.
Very nice bungalows on the beach.
It is very clean quiet and romantic place to stay. People are friendly and food is delicious and for very cheap price. Very nice garden and just few meters from the nice sandy beach and few minutes from village. Very beautiful view, visit for a second time.