The core of Zanzibar Town, Stone Town, was developed amid the nineteenth century and remains to a great extent unaltered. Mazes of restricted back roads lead to royal residences, mosques, and old Arab houses; modest shops sell spotted tinga-tinga artistic creations, Zanzibari timekeepers and intensely decorated chests. The early-morning market on Creek Road is awesome, as decided Zanzibaris deal over fragrant spice, intriguing products of the soiled fish.
The east shoreline of Zanzibar is fixed with long, powder-white shorelines; it's very calm and relaxed. We've included here the best little retreats; all very extraordinary! Or on the other hand, venture out seaward to the enchanted Mnemba Island – for a definitive private island escape!
A few hours' drives from Stone Town, Nungwi has for quite some time been a magnet for guests looking for their cut of heaven. Want great plunging and shorelines, and an energetic town air; there's a ton going on here!
Zanzibar's southeast, the Michamvi Peninsula is fundamentally the same as the 'East Coast' – little lodges, and the odd bigger hotel, on long, shocking, powder-white shorelines and palm trees.
South of Stone Town, the Fumba Peninsula is a standout amongst the relaxed and agreeable corners of the island – and it is extremely calm, with a couple of guests.
Albeit part of the archipelago, Pemba is a half-hour flight north-east of Zanzibar. It's a less created island with increasingly customary individuals and one keen lodge.
In spite of the fact that not part of the Zanzibar Archipelago, the neighboring Mafia Archipelago has the right to be better-known – regardless of whether we are frequently happy that it isn't! Seek a bunch of incredible esteem minor shoreline lodges, and extraordinary snorkeling and plunging. They're not impressive or fabulous – but rather they're great!