Zanzibar is an archipelago of islands – the most famous being Unguja located 25 kms from the mainland coast at Dar es Salaam. The island is famous for its mix of exotic beaches, famous spice plantations, history (Stone Town being the capital) and diverse culture. Unguja (the main island in Zanzibar) is also home to many endangered species including the red colobus monkey and green turtle.
The North and East Coast of Unguja have particularly inviting beaches with powder white sand lapped by turquoise blue warm waters of the Indian Ocean and framed by many coconut and wild date palms. This makes for an ideal location to relax particularly after a safari or trek up Kilimanjaro.
Zanzibar also hosts annual festivals and events drawing people from all over East Africa and the world.
Zanzibar , Safari and Trekking Reviews
Abakombe Tours put together an amazing adventure which included hiking Mt. Kilimanjaro and visiting the Ngorongoro Crater. From the moment we landed until we headed back to the airport, Alphonce and his team took care of every step. Alphonce has a great team and they work toge…View More
we visit Tanzania from 4/3/16 to 20/3/16, start at mount kili 6 days machame route , 3 days safari , a coffee tour and a week in Zanzibar . Alphonce and his staff will make any thing to make you satisfied, they also recommend you the best guides in every activity (Leo,Raymond,Okoli,Dan,Adam)…View More
We arrive to Kilimanjaro and from the first minute Alphonz took care of us till the last minute in Tanzania
The climb team with Martin as a guide were very proffesional and his samrt advises helped to all of us to climb to the top and make the dreame come true…View More