4 Days 3 Nights Zanzibar Beach Holiday

Zanzibar lies between 4 degrees south and 6 degrees south of equator. The word ‘’ Zanzibar “is derived from the old form “Zenjbar” which meant the Eastern Coast of Africa. It is probably a Persian word “ Zenj or Zanj “ means black and “ Bar “ means the land. These Persian settlers also left their mark upon the natives of the region, for these was certain amount of intermarrying. Zanzibar is the Archipelago in Indian Ocean and was the political and economic key to East Africa, which comprises two main islands, Unguja and Pemba with small habitable ones.  Zanzibar is one of the cosmopolitan islands with ethnic background to Indian Ocean. Majorities are Africans and some coloured, Indians, and few Chinese. Kiswahili is widely spoken to whole Zanzibar’s and English is the second one but not spoken to every body

Day 1: Stone Town Zanzibar
Upon arrival you will be transferred from the Airport to your hotel, a scenic drive giving you the opportunity to get a feel for this enchanting island. After check in you have the option of enjoying a fabulous seafood lunch before spending the afternoon soaking up the sun and adjusting to the relaxed pace of life on the coast. You may want to explore the fascinating network of cobbled streets which make up Stone Town and get a feel for local life on the island. Dinner and Overnight at the lodge

Day 2: Stone Town Zanzibar
Whilst it would be tempting to spend one’s days relaxing around the swimming pool at the hotel, listening to the calming sounds of the ocean, Stone Town has so much else to offer! Today why not go out on an Island Spice tour before returning to the hotel for lunch, and an afternoon of relaxing on the beach or snorkeling in the crystal blue waters. Zanzibar is famous for its trade in spices. For centuries the Arabs sailed with the Monsoon winds from Oman. The two main islands, Unguja (normally known as Zanzibar Island) and Pemba, provided an ideal base for the Omani Arabs, being relatively small, and therefore fairly easy to defend. Dinner and Overnight at the lodge

Day 3: Stone Town Zanzibar
The waters around Zanzibar are teaming with marine life and today you can hop on a boat and go on the lookout for dolphins.  If you’re lucky you even have the chance to swim with them. As tonight is your last night you can ask the hotel to plan a special dinner for you, perhaps at one of the rooftop restaurants from where you will be able to take full advantage of the spectacular views over the sea and enjoy the cool coastal breeze. Dinner and Overnight at the lodge

Day 4: Depart
After breakfast, check out and be transferred the Airport in time for your flight back home

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