From$599USDPer person for 2 travellers
5 days,Stone Town to Stone Town

Take in the aromas on a spice plantation tour, relax on a tropical beach, explore the UNESCO World Heritage Stone Town.

Price Options

  • From$799USD Per Adult for 1 traveler
  • From$599USD Per Adult for 2 travelers
  • From$499USD Per Adult for 3 travelers
  • From$599USD Per Adult for 4 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.

What's Included

  • 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.)
  • Private minivan.
  • G representative in Stone Town, driver.
  • Hotel (2 nts), beach hotel/bungalows (2 nts).


Day 1Stone Town

Arrive in Zanzibar at any time and transfer to Stone Town.

Day 2Stone Town(1B)

Enjoy a full free day to explore Stone Town. Opt to take a walking tour of the old town.

Day 3Stone Town/Kendwa(1B)

Visit a local spice plantation for a guided tour. Continue north across this tropical island to Kendwa, home of the island's best beaches and nightlife.

Day 4Kendwa(1B)

Relax on the white-sand beach, soak up the sunshine, or stroll to Nungwi, the centre of Zanzibar’s traditional dhow-building industry and the beach capital of Zanzibar.

Day 5Kendwa/Stone Town(1B)

Transfer back to the airport for departure.

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