Overview
Spend colorful days amidst the island’s bustling markets in the eclectic capital city of Stone Town. Visit historical sites related to the centuries-old slave trade and spice trade. Sunbathe for days on pristine white-sand beaches at a beautiful beach resort. Snorkel or dive in the clear blue Indian Ocean.  This is all about relaxation!
3 Nights 4 Days 15 Dec, 16 Dec, 17 Dec, and more Stone Town - Zanzibar.
Inclusions/Exclusions
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • Government tax
  • All entrance fees.
  • Pick up and Drop off 
  • Guaranteed departure.
  • Full Board accommodation 
  • All meals from start to completion.
  • A local English speaking tour guide. 
  • We can easily cater to vegetarian meals when requested.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Travel Insurance
  • International Flights
  • Items of a personal nature 
  • Tour Guide TIP (Min. $ 20 per a day)
  • Visa (Available at the airport for $ 100 or less depending on where you are coming)
Highlights
We don't want you to miss these!
  • Enjoy the cool breeze from the Indian Ocean.
  • Visit historical sites related to the centuries-old slave trade and spice trade
  • Sunbathe for days on pristine white-sand beaches at a beautiful beach resort
Itinerary
Detailed itinerary
Day 1
Arrival Zanzibar
Breakfast in Nairobi, and we’re off on a flight to paradise. Your hotel, either the Zanzibar Serena or the Blue Bay Resort, waits quietly in the sun, absorbing its rays as they reflect off the adjacent sea. These hotels, specially selected for their exceptionality, immerse the traveller in the romantic atmos- phere of centuries gone by. The perfumed air caresses you with the scents of all the spices that have grown in abun- dance throughout the island since time began.
 
Day 2
Old Town and Spice Plantations
The morning begins with a sumptuous breakfast as you gaze over the Indian Ocean to the endless horizon. A walking tour is the only way to truly experience the town, which exists today much as it did in the years when Zanzibar, the Isle of Spices, was a great trading centre known the world over for spices, timber and slaves. The marketplace is alive with vendors who hawk their exotic wares in a multitude of languages, as many as the intense palate of colours which mark their fabrics, their spices, their intricately carved wood and other goods for sale. As you move away from the rau- cous market, the winding streets grow serene and mysteri- ous, with their whitewashed houses and ornately carved wooden doors and balconies studded with brass. You will visit the Zanzibar Museum and the Old Fort. Lunch, relaxed and oh-so-luscious, and we proceed to spend the afternoon touring the plantations on the outskirts of town where cin- namon, cardamon and strong, flavourful Arabic coffees are grown. And, of course, we see the cloves, the gold of Zanzibar, the world’s finest and most desired spice, grown here in the very centre of the Spice Islands.
 
Day 3
Leasure and Relaxing
 
Day 4
Zanzibar – Nairobi
Today brings a farewell to the island. Depending upon your flight time, which—being in a splendidly far flung outpost of civilization after all—can sometimes be early, perhaps you’ll make one last trip to the marketplace for that fantasti- cally carved teakwood chest or supply of intensely scented clove pomanders—a heady reminder of your sojourn in this ageless Swahili paradise.
Pickup point
Here is where we will meet, don't get lost!
Zanzibar Serena Hotel, Shangani Street, Zanzibar, Tanzania View on Map