Take in the aromas on a spice plantation tour, relax on a tropical beach, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Stone Town.
- From$799.00USD Per person for 1 traveler
- From$599.00USD Per person for 2 travelers
- From$499.00USD Per person for 3 travelers
The spice island of Zanzibar is a fascinating and beautiful world of its own. Discover Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, while wandering its narrow streets and losing yourself in the buzz of the markets. Delight your senses on a guided spice tour, learning about the island's cloves, black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, vanilla and lemongrass. Zanzibar's beaches are world-renowned, so enjoy the idyllic white sand, turquoise water and unforgettable sunsets.
- Arrival and departure transfer. Stone Town stay. Spice plantation guided tour. Beach time in Kendwa. All transport between destinations and to/from included activities.
- 4 breakfasts. (Allow USD85-115 for meals and drinks not included.)
- Hotel (2 nts), beach hotel/bungalows (2 nts).
- Private minivan.
- G representative in Stone Town, driver.
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Day 1 Stone Town
Arrive in Zanzibar at any time and transfer to Stone Town.
Day 2 Stone Town (1B)
The day is yours to explore Stone Town at your leisure. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Stone Town is a captivating labyrinth of narrow streets and winding alleyways. Lose yourself in the buzz of the markets, delight your senses in the bustling bazaars, and check out the many mosques and grand Arab residences. Options include a tour of the town, visiting the local museums or just relaxing and waiting for the famous sunsets.
Day 3 Spice Plantation/Kendwa (1B)
Travel north across this tropical island to Kendwa, home of the island's best beaches and nightlife. A trip to Zanzibar would not be complete without a visit to a local spice plantation, so we stop en route for a full guided tour. These spice plantations brought the beginnings of Zanzibar’s infamous slave trade. The archipelago still produces cloves, black pepper, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, breadfruit, jackfruit, vanilla and lemongrass.
Day 4 Kendwa (1B)
Relax on the white-sand beach, soak up the sunshine or opt for a snorkel or scuba dive trip in the crystal-clear waters. Choose to hop on a dhow for a cruise just off the coast to watch the African sun go down over the Zanzibar channel.
Day 5 Stone Town (1B)
Depart at any time.
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