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Visit Zanzibar A small tropical island of Zanzibar, twenty miles off the east coast of Africa, present-day is infused with African, Arabic, Persians, European, Chinese and Indian influences. Its original settlers were Bantu-speaking Africans. From the 10th century Persians arrived. But it was the Arab incomers, particularly Omanis, whose influence would be paramount. The island has played an important part in local history out of all proportion to its size. The reason is its easy access to traders and adventurers exploring down the east coast of Africa from Arabia. Islam was well established in this region by the 11th century. During the 16th century there is a new category of visitor arriving from the southern Portuguese. They establish friendly relations with the ruler. But in the late 17th century the Portuguese presence comes to an end, after a forceful campaign down the coast by the rulers from Oman

Zanzibar, a valuable property as the main slave market of the east African coast, becomes an increasingly important part of the Omani empire – a fact reflected by the decision of the greatest

19th-century sultan of Oman, Said bin Sultan, to make it from 1837 his main place of residence. Said builds impressive palaces and gardens in Zanzibar. He improves the island’s economy by introducing cloves, sugar and indigo (though at the same time he accepts a financial loss in cooperating with British attempts to end Zanzibar’s slave trade). The link with Oman is broken after his death in 1856. Rivalry between his two sons is resolved, with the help of forceful British diplomacy, when one of them (Majid) succeeds to Zanzibar and to the many regions claimed by the family on the east African coast. The other (Thuwaini) inherits Muscat and Oman.

By the time Majid dies, to be succeeded in 1870 by his brother Barghash, the British appointed a consul to Zanzibar. His primary task was to end Zanzibar’s notorious slave trade. That purpose was achieved by a treaty with Barghash in 1873. Britain remained the only colonial power with a well-established presence in Zanzibar itself. With the approval of the sultan the island and its narrow coastal regions declared a British protectorate in 1890. Although only wielding a fraction of their former power, the Arab sultans of Zanzibar still during that colonial period had most influential leaders in east Africa. But their rule came to an end soon after the island’s independence in the 1960s. A new constitution, introduced in 1960, provides for a legislative assembly.  

In 1963 the islands regained independence from the British, but upheaval lay around the corner. In January 1964 members of the African majority overthrew the established minority Arab ruling elite. A republic was established and in April the presidents of Zanzibar and Tanganyika, on the mainland, signed an act of union, forming the United Republic of Tanzania while giving semiautonomy of Zanzibar.

Currently, Zanzibar is part of the United Republic of Tanzania with semi-autonomous Government with the President, Cabinet, Legislature and Judicial system. The Government is responsible for Non-Union matters.Visit Zanzibar


Zanzibar islands is popular in tourism industry because of its attractive sandy beaches. Your clients can experience sea breeze in different part of Zanzibar upon of their choice. There are number of beautiful beaches in Zanzibar among of them are Paje beach, Kiwengwa beach, Kendwa beach and so forth.   


The Jozani Forest is located in the central east region of Zanzibar Island and is the home of rare Red Colobus Monkey, which is only found in Zanzibar. The reserve has plenty of different plant species also accommodates a large mangrove swamp and a tract of natural forest that is home to a few unique species including the Sykes monkey, bush babies, duikers, hyraxes, over 50 species of butterfly and 40 species of birds including fishers’ turaco not only that there is a beautiful Visit Zanzibar

mangrove area and reptiles conservation area where there is different reptile species including tortoises, marine turtles and pythons that are friendly to human.


Dolphin tour experience can be found at Kizimkazi South Unguja, just an hour drive from Old Stone Town and forty minutes from our office. Swimming with the dolphins is unforgettable experience. Kizimkazi is the place for dolphins sightings, home to both humpback and bottlenose dolphins. Also there is dolphin sight seen in north Unguja and there is large percentage to see the dolphins. During dolphin tour our clients can swim with dolphins if they wish and enjoy they moment. 


Nakupenda sandbank is tourist attraction found near stone town only a 20 minute boat trip from Old Stone Town. Nothing is more exciting than becoming a cast- away for the day on one of the most beautiful sandbanks that surround the island. Powder white sands, clear blue skies and the Indian Ocean in an array of colors surround you with the hush of waves gently lapping against the shore, the sandbank is a perfect spot for snorkeling the calm and shallow waters, are home to enormous array of coral and tropical reef fish, such as clown-fish and parrot-fish.


In this tour your visitors will visit a natural aquarium where there is friendly and native animals marine turtles. In this spot your visitor will have a chance to have beautiful memories accompanied with feeding, touching and swimming with turtles.  


At Stone town tour you will explore different historical building as well as the former slave market, The old fort, The old custom house and so forth but also you while you passing through narrow alleys you will see different types of well decorated Zanzibar doors and the guide will give you a historical information of each type of the door and you will have a room for clarification if needed from your guide.


This is a special tour were the visitor will have a best memories of visiting the seaweed farms and see how the seaweed cultivated, harvested, also how they processed to produce a complete product, the visitor can buy the products at a workshop if they like the products since the seaweed used for different usage as well as used as a food but also used as a herbal.  Visit Zanzibar


To make visitor to interact with locals and experience the daily life of Zanzibaris our company offer a special service where the visitor can prepare the breakfast and lunch with locals. The services offered with considering the security of our clients from any allergy and food poisoning.


This is among special excursion that made justification as to how Zanzibar is a paradise island. Your clients will be at Nungwi village for enjoying the beautiful moment accompanied with horse riding but also they can swim with horses along the beautiful white sandy beach at Nungwi village, along the farm lands and We offer a variety of accompanied rides to suit all tastes; beach rides both in the morning and evening including sunset, swimming with horses, cultural rides in Nungwi village.


In this tour guests will self-drive their quad bikes on an off-road adventure through some remote African villages, farmland, plantation, viewing baobabs and spice trees, across fishermen villages. During the tours you’ll have the possibility to take stunning pictures of the beautiful landscapes and of the smiling inhabitants. During tour the guide will give your clients the historical background about the place that they passing through.  Visit Zanzibar


Zanzibar is rich of historical sites in all parts of islands. We offer the historical site sight sees. Your visitors will choose where they prefer to visit including historical caves, monuments, ruins, museums and open spaces. We offer the following historical sites as well as Mtoni Palace, Maruhubi Palace, Kijichi bath, Fukuchani ruins, Mvuleni ruin, Bi Khole ruins, Kizimkazi old mosque, Miza cave, Kuumbui cave, and so forth. For more information about these historical sites or if they will propose out of this also it is in our capability.


In this activity your visitor with our guide will go with our well experienced captain to the deep sea at catchment area. In our trip there is different bait we can take depends on what we want to catch for a day. Then your visitors will experiencing the best and beautiful memory of fishing with our captain and they also can have a chance to taste the day catches if they wish so. We are consider and caring about our client’s safety during the trip.


 This is among of beautiful and important area for experiencing unforgettable memory. This trip start from the sea shore by using traditional beautifully dhows to the beautiful powdery sand bank. In trip your visitors will have a chance to undertake number of activities including snorkeling along clear crystalline water of Indian Ocean where they can explore the hidden beauty of underwater environment with different beautiful creatures including fish species and corals. At lunch time your visitors will enjoy local seafood BBQ with seasonal fruits.


 This tour is local ones where your clients will experience the local octopus catchment. Your visitors will accompany with our guide with and well experienced octopus hunters to the catchment areas by using traditional dhows. After catchment your visitor can taste the catches of the day that will prepared locally and enjoy the meal if they wish to do so. Visit Zanzibar


This is 3 hours duration trip but it’s really amazing trip. This trip start from 16:00 your client will start a trip by sailing to the spot where they can have a guided snorkeling if they wish so or relax in wooden traditional dhow and have some drinks and enjoying the traditional music from the

best and well experience music performers they will perform the live music performance on the boat up to the time the sun has set they will sail back to the shore and back to hotel.


According to Zanzibar history spices and herbs were originally introduced to Zanzibar by Portuguese traders in the 16th century, brought from their colonies in South America and India. This tour is a walking tour in a spice farm. While there, your visitors will see how the spices, herbs and fruits grow and are cultivated. The tour guide will describe how these spices and herbal are useful in daily life for making food tasty but also how they are important in human body .Your will have a chance of smelling and tasting spices, herbs and tropical fruits such as clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, cassava and oranges. After the tour your clients will enjoy a traditional Swahili lunch at the farm. Here is when you can really taste the different ways of using spices.


Your visitors will start this memorable day with a good-half-an-hour boat trip to Prison Island, also known as Changuu Island or Quarantine Island, located in the Zanzibar Archipelago. In 1893 the former British prime minister of Zanzibar purchased the island and built a prison complex on it. But it never served to its intended use! It was used as a quarantine station for yellow fever cases. Nowadays is the building is used as  a ruin, but it serves as a lovely guesthouse for tourists, where they will be able to relax a bit and enjoy magnificent views after visiting the giant tortoises reserve, where your visitors will admire, pet, and even feed these magnificent, ancient, peaceful creatures. These tortoise are not locals, in ancient time four specimens of Aldabra giant tortoises were a gift from the governor of Seychelles in 1919.They found Prison Island a great environment and bred freely. Today, many tortoises are welcoming the visitors, and the first settlers are still among them. There is also a nursery for baby tortoises, where you can see baby tortoises of different ages. A great encounter for everyone, especially for kids! Round up this great day with some snorkeling around the coral reefs, admire colorful fish, many beautiful starfish, and seashells. Or visitors simply are able to relax on the white sandy beach. Visit Zanzibar


In Zanzibar there are beautiful and attractive places for snorkeling and enjoy the beautiful underwater environment that is well decorated with beautiful groups of different tropical fishes while you enjoy the tropical fruits on the boat.