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ZANZIBAR – UROA BAY BEACH RESORT

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1859
7 Nights
Availability : Valid from MAY to 28 OCT 2019
Zanzibar
Max People : 20

ZANZIBAR

Located about 22 miles (35km) off the east coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is an archipelago consisting of the main island of Unguja (commonly known as Zanzibar), Pemba Island, famous for its deep-sea fishing, and about 50 smaller surrounding islands and coral reefs.

Also known as the ‘Spice Islands’, Zanzibar evokes images of an exotic paradise with white palm-fringed beaches and turquoise coves, dreamy dhows with billowing white sails, and ancient Islamic ruins. Today’s idyllic beach resorts belie the island’s haunting history of slavery, and Zanzibar combines Arabic alleyways and historic monuments with coral reefs and excellent diving and snorkelling opportunities.

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The island’s varied history brought with it seafarers, explorers and traders, and it became a major centre for the slave industry. Its heyday was during the 19th century when the island became the world’s leading producer of cloves; its plantations still produce more than 50 different spices and fruit, and guided spice tours are a Zanzibar speciality.

Stone Town, the historic centre of Zanzibar’s capital city, is a captivating place built by Arab and Indian merchants in the 19th century from the island’s coral stone. A walk through the disordered twisting alleys, past intricately-carved wooden doors and beneath ornate balconies, with the lingering scent of spices in the air, takes one back in time to the days of a prosperous slave and spice industry. Decaying architecture, numerous mosques, a bathhouse and old fort, cool interior courtyards and lively markets are the remaining influence of the Persians and the Omani Arabs who established themselves as the ruling power here.

ZANZIBAR - UROA BAY BEACH RESORT

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Return airfare from Johannesburg with taxes
7 nights in Zanzibar
Share twin accommodation with breakfast and dinner in a tourist class hotel
Return airport transfers

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