The Zanzibar archipelago is a jewel in the Indian Ocean, just 60 miles off Africa's east coast. Few names evoke such a romantic image as the main ‘spice island’ of Zanzibar. The capital, Stone Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to a fascinating maze of narrow streets, while on the east coast pristine beaches beckon visitors to the reef-protected warm waters as traditional wooden dhows sail by. Across from the main island, the small sister island of Pemba offers away-from-it-all escapes.
“Africa offers the greatest natural wildlife sights and experiences on Planet Earth, with incredible safaris, impeccable lodges and hotels, and near-perfect beaches. Nowhere else comes close for encounters with creatures that gallop, sprint, hunt, swoop and roar.” - Simon ReeveLearn more