The Welcome Note

Welcome To Zanzibar

Discover Zanzibar Ltd takes particular pleasure in welcoming you to Zanzibar. Come and experience the warm Zanzibar welcome of our representatives as well as the natural local smile. This is only the start of your Zanzibari experience and we are looking forward to the great moments that we will share together.

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Things to do in Zanzibar

Tours and Excursions

The landscape of the forest lead to the name of the Masingini forest (MNFR) that means gullies. Indeed the forest is characterized
Ngezi Forest Reserve covers an area of 14.4 square kilometers (5.6 sq mi) and is in the north-western tip of Pemba Island one hour
Jozani forest lies about 35 km south-east of Zanzibar town. It contains about 100 tree species from a total of 43 families.
The Pemba flying fox has a charismatic fox or dog-like face which is covered with a coat of bright auburn fur. These bats represent
The Zanzibar Butterfly Centre is the largest butterfly enclosure in East Africa. The tour can take 30 – 40 minutes where you can
Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) presents the annual Festival of the Dhow Countries during the first two weeks of July. The festival celebrates the arts and cultures
The parks in this itinerary are not only among the most popular parks in Tanzania but also among the most spectacular ones.
On your Eight day Wildebeest Migration safari you'll track the movements of the vast herd while also visiting three of Tanzania's
Ngorongoro Crater is a large and unbroken volcanic caldera. It is one of the most spectacular safari destinations in Africa
The best beaches are situated in the North and the East of the island (Bweju, Jambiani, Page). All the beaches are worth a visit though. The shores are protected by a reef that surrounds the whole of Zanzibar.
Here is something so magnificent about kite boarding, Kilometers of white sandy beaches, bathed by turquoise waters and dressed with slender and majestic palm
Enjoy diving on most of Zanzibar exclusive spots. In the North Mnemba Island, in the South Menay Bay among many other diving spots on the island.