Before you travel to the fantastical spice island of Zanzibar, plan your excursion to include fantastic hotel and resort accommodation as part of our value-for-money vacation packages then set off to experience powder-white beaches and waves breaking over untouched coral reefs. Head inland to a beautiful strip of coconut palms hiding small fishing villages and dreamy Zanzibar holiday accommodations. This is the right place to find out where to stay and how to book your beach island packages so speak to the Zanzibar online holiday experts.
Zanzibar is an island of coastal zones, all very unique in their atmosphere, layout, scenery, tourism offerings and accommodation. We love the remote East Coast for its peaceful beaches away from mainstream hotels and nightlife. If you are a social person, head to the breathless beaches of the north and north-west coasts, renowned for their spectacular and numerous beach resorts. Check out special rates and packages to the four major beaches if you want to get the most out of your island holiday: Nungwi, Kendwi, Kendwa and Mnemba Atoll.
Authentic village scenery and seaweed farming projects make the incredible Southeast corner of Zanzibar a great holiday destination for those who like sparsely populated beaches so customise your island break to include a week here too. Make sure you book a dolphin swimming tour at Kizimkazi and combine it with the best trip in the region, the Sandbank Picnic, also known as Safari Blue.
Culture and history junkies should stay in a Stone Town hotel or guest lodge to find out more about this UNESCO World Heritage Site named after the coralline buildings that were erected during the 19th century and that have remained largely unchanged.
We will tailor-make your holiday package deal to include tours of this fine example of a Swahili East Africa coastal trading town, a rich conglomeration of the diverse and fascinating cultures of Africa, the Arab region, India and Europe over more than a millennium. Many of the hotels provide historical accommodation in ancient, restored buildings and the ongoing restoration programme you will observe is thanks to the harmonising efforts of the Zanzibar Conservation Authority.