Zanzibar tanzania is the melting pot of cultures because of the many cultures that met there and left their marks. Just the name Zanzibar evokes dreams of romance and mystery and the reality will not disappoint the traveler bored with mass tourism. Zanzibar welcomes those who come to marvel at the rich heritage reflected in the architecture and the culture of the people for this is where Arabia meets Africa. Breathe the fragrant scents of cloves, vanilla, cardamon, and nutmeg and discover why Zanzibar is called the Spice Island .
Zanzibar Beach Hotels
Brilliant white beaches constantly lapped by the warm water of the Indian Ocean surround the entire island. It provides a perfect place to relax. Soak up the sun and take a break from a some busy sightseeing schedule. Modern resorts nestle in the shade of coconut palms providing cool and comfortable retreats. The beaches are a paradise. Here are picturesque fishing villages where the people live in a simple way of life. Close to Zanzibar town is Fuji beach, which offers facilities for a range of water sports. Another lovely location is Chunni beach, where the local hotel has a restaurant and a beach bar, swimming pool and water sports equipments. For really getting away from it all there is Mangapwani, where the only noise breaking the silence islikely to be the sound of the ocean. Zanzibar Island Mangapwani Beach in Zanzibar On the northern trip of the island is Nungwi approached by a road lined by banana, mangoes and coconut trees. Visitors can watch fishermen's boats being built here. Swim in the coral lagoons. On Zanzibar northeast coast are the beaches of Matemwe and Pwani-Mchangani with their wide stretches of uncrowded sands and opportunities for scuba diving. One of the most luxurious resorts is to be found at the Uroa Bay well known for the beauty of the under water world beyond its shores. Other well developed resorts; Bwejuu and Jambiani are to be found on the southeastern coast. As well as water sports there are also opportunities for fishing or for observing the activities of the local fishermen.