Our Locals' Tip There is reserved parking space for visitors to the museum in India Street. Parked vehicles may be surrounded by street vendors trying to sell curios. Be firm with them if you do not wish to buy anything and...
Our Locals' Tip An intimate camp ideal for a total bush experience as well as a romantic getaway.
When visiting Zanzibar, the first thing that pops into mind is its tropical beaches or ancient history - the interior of the island is often...more »
Before Zanzibar was famous for being a tourist utopia, it was known as one of the world’s most important spice producers. Spices like cardamom, cloves and ginger were introduced in the 19th century...more »
Just an hour and a half from Arusha on the Moshi road, with its abundance of bone-rattling potholes lies a small town called Boma Ngombe. Turn off...more »
29 Jun - 7 Jul
This festival celebrates the unique Swahili culture that grew as a result of Indian Ocean trade and the wooden sailing dhow. There are musical and dance performances as well as art exhibitions, street carnivals and canoe races. It coincides with the Zanzibar International Film Festival and screenings take place around Stone Town in various historic... more »
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