Visit the capital of Zanzibar, Stone Town, and marvel at the Stone Town with, which impresses with its color and exoticism.
Swim on Kizimkazi beach and enjoy the sun, palm trees and azure water like in a bounty commercial.
See the first mosque to be built in the southern hemisphere.
Take a boat trip to the Indian Ocean in search of dolphins. The most convenient starting point is Kizimkazi beach for a dolphin tour. Prices start at 90,000 Tanzanian shillings.
Lounge on Paje beach and build your dream sandcastle.
Take up kiteboarding. You can rent equipment or use your own. The price for a private lesson is 45,000 Tanzanian shillings.
Go to a rousing party at Paje Beach.
Watch monkeys at Jozani Forest, a monkey park. Several colonies live among the rainforest. The ticket price for an adult is 20,000 Tanzanian Shillings.
Visit an iconic restaurant – The Rock with The most Instagrammable eatery awaits you on a piece of small rock on the east coast of Zanzibar.
Splash in the sky-blue water at Nungwi and Kendwa beaches with excellent facilities.
Go deep-sea fishing for sailfish.
Find out what a blue safari is all about. In addition to a boat trip, you will visit the uninhabited islands, snorkeling, a seafood lunch and meet with dolphins. The price for such a pleasure is 150,000 Tanzanian shillings.
Visit a spice farm in the central part of the island. They grow spices all year round and you can take a bag of your favorite spices home.
Walk through Freddie Mercury’s apartment suite for 5,000 Tanzanian shillings. Did you know this is where he was born?
Visit the House of Wonders, the residence of the last Sultan of Zanzibar, now home to the Museum of History and Culture. Admission is 6,000 Tanzanian shillings.
See the largest slave market of the early 19th century. Islanders say more than 600,000 were sold here.
Visit the English Fort Located near the House of Wonders, admission is free, with a guided tour – 6,000 Tanzanian shillings.