Spend your holiday in Zanzibar

Untouched beauty of Africa.

Book an exotic African Eid experience!

5 Nights / 6 Days package starting from AED 5065 per person

Talk to our team for more information and booking:

Package includes:

  • Return flight tickets
  • Return airport transfers in Zanzibar
  • Hotel accommodation with half-board
  • COVID-19 Insurance
  • Tours as per described itinerary

Package does not include:

  • Visa (Online application)
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips, meals and personal expenses
  • Any other service not specifically included.

This tropical island is good to visit at most times of the year, thanks to its regular sunshine and balmy Zanzibar weather. The name alone is likely to conjure up images of spice markets, palm-fringed beaches and white-sailed dhows on a turquoise sea – and the reality doesn’t disappoint. A Zanzibar holiday is a sensory experience par excellence.

Travel itinerary:

  • Day 1 - Arrival and transfer to hotel
  • Day 2 - Stone Town tour

Visit Stone Town and explore Zanzibar’s colorful market, see a cathedral built in 1874, the Residence of the late sultan of Zanzibar and People’s palace and House of Wonders.

  • Day 3 - Prison Island

You will see 100 years old giant tortoises and ride a small wooden motorized boat. Prison island tells the story about history of slave trading. Snorkeling, swimming, fishing and diving (optional) activities can be added.

  • Day 4 - Jozani Forest

Get acquainted with exotic flora and wild life of Zanzibar, See the only remaining natural forest of Unguja Island, enjoy snorkelling, see red coloured monkeys, small Zanzibar leopard, two antelope species: duicker and sunni

  • Day 5 - Day at leisure
  • Day 6 - Transfer to airport and departure

The island of Zanzibar, the biggest in the Zanzibar archipelago, is a destination which is rich in history, culture and nature. Located on the east coast of Africa, it has been heavily influenced by the Portuguese colonial rule, as well as the Arabian culture of the Omani rulers - each governing for around 200 years, before becoming a British protectorate rule at the end of 19th century.

The archipelago, which is now a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania, is famous for its ancient ruins, mixture of European and Arab cultures, the spice farms producing vanilla, cardamom, cloves and many other spices - and its beautiful, serene beaches.

Things to do:

Visit the Spice markets

The spice markets in Zanzibar offer a unique experience, browsing through the hundreds of aromatic and exotic spices. Apart from spices, they also offer a multitude of tropical fruits, medicinal and ornamental plants that you will wish to take with you.

Tour the Stone Town

The Stone Town is the heart of Zanzibar Island. Embark on a 3-hour journey through time through this living museum and discover the rich history that lies in the monuments scattered around the island’s old city center.

Have a sandbank picnic excursion

Many local establishments offer a sandbank picnic. Hop on board of one of their traditionally crafted dhows and get pampered as the Sultans of Zanzibar once did, while they take you on a tour of Stone Town by sea, coupled with snorkeling and a delicious lunch in the sand.

Enjoy a sunset dhow cruise

Crown your holiday with the most romantic sunset cruise. Embrace the warmth of the setting sun over the Indian Ocean and get aboard a traditional dhow boat, sailing around the shores of the iconic Stone Town of Zanzibar.