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8 Days Explore Zanzibar and Pemba


Safari Overview

This beach vacation takes you to two of Zanzibar’s most popular islands: Unguja, also known as “Zanzibar,” and Pemba. Because Unguja is the largest and most populous island in the Zanzibar archipelago, it has the most developed tourism industry. Here you will find cozy restaurants, a variety of accommodations, and activities to keep you busy. Pemba is less developed but nothing short of exotic beauty. It is well-known for its verdant green hills and clove plantations. The Pemba Channel, with its coral reefs and diverse marine life, separates the island from Tanzania’s mainland.



Day to Day Iternerary

Day 1: Arrival Day

Welcome to the lovely island of Zanzibar. When you arrive, one of our representatives will meet you and take you to Zanzibar Stone for your bed and breakfast stay. You have the opportunity to unwind after your long journey and enjoy the pristine waters of this haven.

Day 2: Stone Town & Spice Tour

After breakfast, prepare to explore the most scenic parts of the island as you travel to Stone Town, known as Zanzibar’s cultural heart. After learning about the city’s rich history, we visit the bustling markets, alleys, and what was once a slave market. In the afternoon, we take a tour of the countryside to spice plantations, where you will be greeted by the rich aroma of spices like nutmeg and cinnamon.

Day 3: Pemba Island

Transfer to the airport in the morning to catch a flight to Pemba Island. Overnight on Bed & Breakfast basis on Pemba Island. Pemba Island, known as “The Green Island” lies within the Swahili Coast in the Indian Ocean about 50 kilometers north of Unguja, the largest island in the archipelago. Pemba’s people are predominantly Muslim, with a much stronger tradition than Zanzibar. It sees less of the outside world because it receives fewer visitors. You will see women wearing the veil here, and you may come across villagers who only speak Swahili. Pemba has a number of dive sites with steep drop-offs, untouched coral, and an abundance of marine life.

Day 4 - 6: Explore Pemba Island

On vacation on Pemba Island, staying at a Bed and Breakfast. There are tours of Pemba towns available, as well as trips to Misali Island for snorkeling and diving.

Small scale farming dominates the majority of the island, which is hillier and more fertile than Unguja. Cash crops such as cloves are also grown on a large scale. On the island, there is a sizable Arab community that emigrated from Oman. The population is a mix of Arabs and the island’s original Waswahili inhabitants. A sizable proportion of the population identifies as Shirazi.

Chake-Chake (the capital), Mkoani, and Wete, the largest city, are the most important towns in Pemba. With the exception of a strip of land along its eastern coast, Pemba is a very fertile place: in addition to clove trees, the locals grow rice, coconut, bananas, cassava, and red beans (called maharagwe in the Swahili language).

Day 7: Beach Day in Zanzibar

We return to Zanzibar Town by plane. As this is your final day, we will let you enjoy the beauty of the island and do whatever you want. You can sip a cocktail while watching the sunset, walk along the beach, or simply read a book while taking in the scenery. Overnight in Stone Town at a Bed & Breakfast hotel.

Day 8: Depart Zanzibar

After your beautiful 8 Days beach Holiday, Our Zanzibar Representative will pick you up from your Hotel and will take you to Abeid Amani Karume International Airport for your Flight back Home



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