African Historical Sites & the Potential for Tourism Growth
By promoting the unique historical sites of Africa, tourists can learn about the rich cultural heritage of the continent and be inspired to explore these…
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 4: Good Ol’ Stone Town
Zanzibar is a wonderful place with beautiful beaches, clear, blue waters, refreshing seasonal juices, delicious cuisine and greetings of Jambo wherever you go.
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 3: Changuu (Prison Island) & Ras Nungwi
We decided to spend our third day at Changuu Island (Prison Island), a small island off the coast of Zanzibar (the main island itself). One gets to the island by taking a boat from Stone Town and the ride was about 30 mins.
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 2: Swimming With Dolphins at Kizimkazi
The next day, we were scheduled to visit Kizimkazi, a fishing village in the southern part of Zanzibar, famous for snorkeling and swimming with dolphins…
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 1: Welcome to Stone Town
Zanzibar cuisine is heavily influenced by Arabian and Indian culture. Most of the foods at the stands included chapati, coconut bread and Tandoori chicken…
Mji Mkongwe (Stone Town), Zanzibar
While Unguja is regarded as the heart of the archipelago, Stone Town has been described as the soul.
Tales from Tanzania V: From Dar to Zanzibar
We checked out of Sea Cliff Hotel this morning, but it was someone else and not Vumbi came to pick us up on the way to the jetty. Kojo chose a safari […]
Zanzibar is the semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25–50 kilometres (16–31 mi) off the coast of the […]
Let Me Take You to Zanzibar!
By Michelle Madina Sow-Jeanty From the small plane taking me from Dar Es Salaam to Zanzibar, I admire the endless blue tones of the Indian ocean. The view is absolutely […]