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Reflecting the Many Colours of an African Sunrise

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The original Spice Island, Zanzibar, is turning out to be a major tourist attraction. Not just a crest of abundant natural resources, the African tourist destination also boasts of must-see cultural …

The original Spice Island, Zanzibar, is turning out to be a major tourist attraction. Not just a crest of abundant natural resources, the African tourist destination also boasts of must-see cultural museums and solemn spiritual temples.


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  • 1. Reflecting the Many Colours of an African Sunrise The original Spice Island, Zanzibar, is turning out to be a major tourist attraction. Not just a crest of abundant natural resources, the African tourist destination also boasts of must-see cultural museums and solemn spiritual temples. The industries of Zanzibar include raffia, spices, and tourism. Its islands produce black pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. Its exotic spice markets are blessed with an abundance of local Swahili cuisines for foodies. Sparkling Waters and Majestic Beaches A home to several opulent resorts, Zanzibar will make your stay romantic and memorable. Off the East Coast of Africa, this island offers many pristine beaches. You simply cannot miss Zanzibar on holidays, with Nakupenda, Paje, Uroa, to name a few of its majestic tropical beaches and dhow-kissed waters. There is also the Nungwi Water Diving and Aqua sports, which offers the world’s best diving experience along the rainbow coral reefs.
  • 2. Architectural Ruins and Curated Collections Meanwhile, those gifted with a love for culture can observe the charming African customs practiced in the area. Places to visit are Stone Town, Mtoni palace ruins, Prison Island, Kiwengwa Caves, Palace Museum, and Shakti Temple. Jewels of the Jungle Last but not least, a Zanzibar holiday that simply cannot be forgotten include the animal and dhow safari excursions, where you to see exotic animals in their own surroundings. The area is home to the endemic Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey, the Zanzibar Servaline Genet, and the Zanzibar Leopard. There is also the Maisha Mazuri Horse Riding Club for equestrian and riding enthusiasts. The Height of Pampering Ease those tired limbs after an exhilarating adventure ofboth safari and beach escapade with the hotels and lodges in Tanzania and Zanzibar. These offer state-of-the-art spa facilities, including rejuvenating yoga sessions to keep you feeling pampered and relaxed. A Smiling People Zanzibar’s beauty actually lies in the warm hospitality of its smiling people. There are hotels and resorts of varying stars to make your stay as comfortable and luxurious as possible. Well-known resorts certainly offer value exceeding your expenses. Those on holiday can choose from its many beachfront hotels that allow them to unwind by the poolside. On the whole, whether you want to just relax, tour around, or get some action going, Zanzibar is the place to be for moments to remember forever.