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The coast of Tanzania is most famous for the Zanzibar Archipelago, Zanzibar is also well-known as the Spice island, It offers some of the best beaches in the World.

Zanzibar fits all kinds of holiday requirements from Individual Holiday to Study Trip Holiday to Family & Friends Holiday and Honeymoon/ Wedding destination.

Zanzibar Got….

Blissful Beach.

Zanzibar is the home for idyllic beaches, balmy weather & warm tropical water. This UNESCO Heritage Site also offers World’s finest Snorkeling and Scuba Diving, tremendous deep sea Fishing and numerous water sports activities. On lazy days along white sandy beaches that you are after – Zanzibar is hard to beat.

Romantic Gateway.

How can Archipelago not be the perfect place for a romance? With some of the most beautiful lodges and settings in the world! It’s an ideal place to spice things up. It’s a perfect place to take long walks on the white sand beach, relax beside the water, Cruise trip on a traditional dhow, and drink cocktails as the sun sets. Zanzibar is of course a Honeymoon destination of your dreams.

Vibrant Culture and Architecture.

The colourful history and rich heritage can be seen in the strong Arabic, Indian, African, Persikan and European influences. How about exploring the magical and historic streets of Stone Town or a trip to the biggest Slave Market in East Africa, you will encounter a captivating blend of diverse architectural styles. Old mansions such as the House of Wonders, the Old Turkish Baths as well as lively Bazaar and Local Markets and all Shops, overwhelm the senses with their energy and details.

Exotic Spices.

Zanzibar is well-known as the Spice Island due to the farming and processing of aromantic spices like cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg,turmeric, vanilla, cardamom, black pepper and many more. For a little history and a quick lesson about these crops, take a trip to the spice plantation. Follow the aromas and sample the delicious blend of flavours in the market street food and traditionally prepared dishes.

Magical Water-activities.

For Watersports lovers, Zanzibar GOTCHA!

Zanzibar offers some of the worlds finest snorkeling, scuba diving, fantastic deep-sea fishing, kayaking, sailing trips on a traditional wooden dhow, water skiing, windsurfing and numerous water activities

Red colobus Monkeys, Butterflies, Dolphins, Tortoises and Turtles.

Zanzibar is also a home to endangered Red Colobus-Monkeys, one of the rarest primates in Africa. Take a short boat trip into the big blue searching for bottle-nosed or humpback dolphins in the crystal water is an unforgettable experience. At the northern part of the island, you will find Mnarani Natural Aquarium where Zanzibar’s turtle conservation is centred.

Street food & Local Markets.

Hey food lovers!

A late afternoon trip to the street of Forodhani in Stone Town will meet your stomach desire! The buzz and energy of this market are spectacular, here you can find fresh local products as well as fresh fruits, grilled fish, BBQ meat and vegetables, how about test Zanzibarian Pizza mmh yummy.. and the Menu list is endless. For sure you wont regret testing a new local food in the famous street of Forodhani.

Zanzibar has something to offer for everyone and Nortaz Safari we take the lead in organising different packages from Exclusive Five-Star experiences to Laid back beach shack. We create the Lifetime-experience that will meet your desire and within your budget.

Be sure to contact Us for more information and we will arrange a trip of your desire with your worries being taken care of, from when you set foot in the Magical Zanzibar until you give it a goodbye hand with a big smile of satisfaction.




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I’m a professional certified tour guide and the Director at Nortaz Safari company in Arusha, Tanzania. Well knowledgeable about Tanzania and Zanzibar tourism, Multilingual guide, charming and friendly person..
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