From$899USDPer person for 2 travellers
5 days,Stone Town to Stone Town
TDTZDC

Marvel at history and tradition whilst strolling through Stone Town, take in the aromas at a spice plantation, relax on the pristine beach

Price Options

  • From$1199USD Per Adult for 1 traveler
  • From$899USD Per Adult for 2 travelers
  • From$849USD Per Adult for 3 travelers
  • From$899USD Per Adult for 4 travelers

The spice island of Zanzibar is a fascinating and beautiful world of its own and its beautiful beaches are world-renowned, so enjoy the idyllic white sand, turquoise water and unforgettable sunsets. At night, retire to comfortable accommodations. Discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Stone Town by wandering its labyrinth of narrow streets, losing yourself in the buzz of the markets, and exploring the many mosques and grand Arab residences. You'll never want to leave.

What's Included

  • Arrival and departure transfer
  • Guided tour of Stone Town and a spice plantation
  • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
  • 4 breakfasts, 2 dinners. (Allow USD85-100 for meals and drinks not included.)
  • Private air-conditioned minivan.
  • Local representative in Stone Town, driver.
  • Comfort hotels (2 nts), beach resort (2 nts).

Additions Available on This Tour

Itinerary

Day 1Stone Town

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.

Day 2Stone Town(1B)

Enjoy a morning walking tour of old Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 3Stone Town/Mangapwani(1B, 1D)

Visit a local spice plantation for a guided tour. Continue to the resort to relax and soak up the sunshine, or snorkel or scuba dive in the crystal clear waters.

Day 4Mangapwani(1B, 1D)

Enjoy a full free day to relax by the pool, visit the onsite spa, wander the gardens or take an excursion.

Day 5Mangapwani/Stone Town(1B)

Transfer back to the airport for departure.

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