Fiona Herring
Fiona Herring Travel Specialist
"Smell the spice, hear the chatter of the ladies picking seaweed and swim in the azure ocean... Zanzibar is a delight for the senses."
Zanzibar

Places To Go In Zanzibar

Chapwani Private Island
A Small Private Island just off the coast near Stone Town. It is a perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the main island yet close enough to explore at a relaxed pace
Chumbe Island
Chumbe Island Coral Park is located six km off the coast of Zanzibar, across the water from Stone Town. Accessible only by boat, the whole of this coral island is a nature reserve.Until recently, Chumbe lay within a military zone, which protected it from the depredations of fisherman and tourists....
Fanjove Private Island
Located approximately 140 kilometres south of Dar es Salaam  lies the archipelago of Songo Songo, home to the untouched Fanjove Island. This small, pristine island has remained largely hidden from view for centuries other than having a lighthouse erected to aid navigation. Even today this...
Mafia Island
With white sandy beaches, dazzling aquamarine waters and refreshingly few tourists, Mafia is the way Zanzibar was 30 years ago, the laid-back eco-alternative. The five islands and series of coral atolls that make up the Mafia Archipelago lie to the south of Zanizibar, just 45 km from the Tanzanian...
Mnemba
Mnemba Island is an untouched atoll two km northeast of the island of Zanzibar. The island's 1.5 km circumference is pristine beach with brilliant, soft, white sand. The waters surrounding the island are protected to conserve the magnificent coral reefs where giant turtles and spectacular...
Pemba Island
Pemba is the second largest island in the Zanzibar Archipelago. It lies about 80km northeast of Unguja (Zanzibar) and about 80km east of the Tanzanian coast.  Around 67km long and 22km wide, Pemba is less visited, less developed and more verdant, fertile and hilly than its more famous sister...
Stone Town
Stone Town is the old quarter of Zanzibar Town, the island’s capital. The bazaars, mosques, palaces, forts, fruit markets, and winding streets, make this the historic heart of Zanzibar. The traditional Swahili atmosphere is almost tangible, and the unique mixture of cultures offers the chance...
Zanzibar Coast
The beaches of Zanzibar’s east coast are even more beautiful than they appear in travel literature. The sand is a brilliant white and powder fine, and stretches from Nungwi at the northern tip of the island to Chakwa in the south. The turquoise waters are warm, and a fringe reef lies less...
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