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Zanzibar Hotels and Flights

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Leave the world behind

Draped with mesmerising, powdery shores, on this island beach retreat the pace of life is dictated by nothing but gently lapping waters and the warm ocean breeze. We love Zanzibar for its hassle-free, no-rush vibe. Leave the rest of the world behind and focus on what really matters, like just how vibrant the turquoise of the Indian Ocean really is and how soft the sand feels between your toes.

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Highlights of Zanzibar

Snorkelling and Scuba-diving

Zanzibar is edged by reefs so blessed with coral and marine life you could be in an aquarium. Go under the water to swim with schools of fish in every colour of the rainbow, graceful gliding turtles, and gentle but giant whale sharks. The shallow waters are great for snorkelling and various dive centres run PADI scuba diving courses; there could not be a better place to learn.

Dhow Cruises

Those teal-blue waters will tempt you at every turn, as will the softly-billowing sails of the dhow boats drifting across the reef. Join an excursion on a hand-crafted wooden dhow and set sail for a seafood feast on a sand bank, a boat-side swim, or a romantic evening cruise silhouetted against the sunset.

Seafood and Spices

Beautiful Zanzibar is the perfect backdrop to a meal, and its fine seafood restaurants more than live up to their surroundings. The island's rich trading history has brought Arabic and Indian influences to its cuisine, making it a delicious blend of cultures, freshly caught fish, and locally grown coconuts and spices like cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.

Stone Town

Seafront Stone Town is the island's heartbeat, with its cobbled alleyways, coral stone houses, sultan's palaces, mosques, and courtyards. At the centre of the spice and slave trades in the 19th century, its architecture reflects Swahili, Indian, Arabic, and European cultures. Explore the narrow streets to discover street vendors, singing schoolchildren, and bustling bazaars.

Flight Information

There are a number of carriers flying from the UK to Tanzania.

Direct Flights: KLM offer the only direct flight to Tanzania (Kilimanjaro). Why not start your journey at your local airport and transit in Amsterdam?

Indirect Flights: Kenya Airways, British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly to Tanzania and Zanzibar from London Heathrow via Nairobi. Kenya Airways has an unrivalled route network making any safari and beach combination possible. Oman Air & Qatar Airways also have access into Tanzania (including the island of Zanzibar) via their respective hubs.

Departure Taxes: There is an International departure tax of US$ 48, however this is usually included in the cost of your flight ticket. Please contact your airline if you are unsure.

Please note that from 01st July 2015, a new tax system proposal has been brought into effect for passengers visiting Zanzibar & Pemba Island:

  • A US$1 per person per night 'infrastructure tax' has been implemented. This will be requested from you upon check-in at your hotel/resort so please prepare for this in advance.
  • There are also calls to add a US$1 per person departure tax (in addition to the existing taxes already included in your air ticket) for all travellers departing from airports and seaports. You will be asked to pay this directly upon departure at the airport or seaport so please prepare for this in advance.
  • The proposal also looks to increase the current airport safety fee from US$8 to US$9. You will be expected to pay this dollar on departure so please prepare for this in advance.