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Where is it?
Situated off the East coast of Tanzania and made up of three islands.
Why should I go there:
To experience the beach and culture of a former slave colony
How do I get there:
At present there are no direct flights to Zanzibar so the two options are flying via Nairobi on Kenya Airways or on SAA to Dar es Salaam and then a regional airline across to Zanzibar
How long should we visit?
The ideal length of stay is 7 nights as there are numerous excursions to enjoy on the islands.

Is it safe?
Yes it is. There is petty crime as tourism has increased but common sense should prevail and you will have a trip of a lifetime. 

What can I see there:
There is Stone Town which is famous for its architecture and ambiance, the Jozani Forest to see the Red Colobus Monkeys.
What is the food like:
Zanzibar has become the buzz word for sun seekers wanting superb hotels and great cuisine so there is wide choice of restaurants in local towns and hotels to suit any palette.
I don’t know where to start:
Many potential clients are not told about the tidal movement on the East coast and this can be disappointing if you want the waves lapping at your feet.  Our knowledge of the hotels and coastline eliminates any nasty surprises.  If you have time it is wonderful to combine Zanzibar with either Pemba Island or Mafia Island, both of which offer sublime diving and fishing.

With Effect 1 July 2013, South African Passport holders no longer require a visa to enter Tanzania for a period of ninety (90) days per calendar year, and will apply in the following circumstances:

Visits to the United Rep of Tanzania for holidays, Private and Official Business Visits and Transit. All Business Traveller's are required to pay USD200 at the port of entry in Tanzania.
Required for the majority of countries including UK & EU countries.

Yellow Fever is essential and there is malaria so you need to take precautions.
What is the language spoken:
Ki-Swahili is the official language and English is widely spoken and understood.