Elegantly lying 5 miles off Zanzibar Stone Town, a 30-minute boat ride, Bawe Tropical Island is an island not bigger than a football pitch. A beautiful island that takes the breath away; acres of lush, sexy paradise haven so skillfully done that you will think it all happened naturally.
Changuu Private Island Paradise (Prison Island) has been described as a Small Paradise on Earth, with its private white beach surrounded by the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean. The islet lies 3 ½ miles to the northwest of Zanzibar Stone Town, and it is oblong in shape, about ½ a mile and 250 yards wide at the broadest part.
The Christ Church (or Church of Christ) is an Anglican cathedral in Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. It belongs to the Anglican Church of Tanzania. It is a landmark historical church, as well as one of the most prominent examples of early Christian architecture in East Africa.
Chumbe Island Coral Park Ltd. (CHICOP) is an award-winning private nature reserve that was developed from 1991 for the conservation and sustainable management of uninhabited Chumbe Island off Zanzibar, one of the last pristine coral islands in the region.
Chumbe Island Coral Park is private nature reserve on Chumbe Island off Zanzibar. The park includes a fully protected coral reef sanctuary, forest reserve and eco-lodge. Decorated with African decor, guests are accommodated in eco-style bungalows, partly open plan and overlooking the sea.
Zanzibar's main market is a hive of activity, with everything – from spices, fresh fish, slabs of meat and huge baskets full of live chickens to sandals, plastic buckets and mobile phones – all set out in a series of covered halls and overflowing into the surrounding streets.
The Forodhani Gardens (also known as Jubilee Gardens and more recently as Forodhani Park) are a small park of the historical city of Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. The gardens are located along the main seawalk of Stone Town, just in front of the most famous buildings of Stone Town, i.e., the House of Wonders and the Old Fort.
The House of Wonders or Palace of Wonders (in Arabic: Beit-al-Ajaib, بيت العجايب) is a landmark building in Stone Town, Zanzibar. It is the largest and tallest building of Stone Town and occupies a prominent place facing the Forodhani Gardens on the old town's seafront, in Mizingani Road.
emerson and green 236 hurumzi zanzibar stone town . Children's rates: Children under twelve are free when staying in the room with a paying adult. There is however no discount if they occupy their own room. In the Tower Top children under twelve are 1/2 price while children under 6 years old are free at the Tower Top Restaurant.
The women of Hurumzi Henna Art Gallery transform traditional henna body arts into paintings and prints . Using a centuries old tradition of adorning women’s hands and feet for celebrations such as weddings and festivals, the artists translate the patterns of the body art onto canvas creating a new and soon to be iconic art style through their elaborate paintings.
At Indigo Beach Zanzibar you will find a private beach area. Other facilities offered at the property include a tour desk, a kids' corner and an ironing service. An array of activities can be enjoyed on site or in the surroundings, including cycling, horse riding and fishing. The property offers free parking.
Aysha homestay located at Mkunazini street close to main road and central Zanzibar, there is my mum and myself only, there are air condition, mosquito-nets, kitchen and appliances, electricity, Cable TV , living and dining room, self-contained,very sociable family.
Abeid Amani Karume was the first President of Zanzibar. He obtained this title as a result of a revolution which led to the deposing of the last Sultan of Zanzibar Sultan Jamshid bin Abdullah in January 1964. Three months later, the United Republic of Tanzania was founded, and Karume became the first Vice President of the United Republic with Julius Nyerere of Tanganyika as president of the new country. He was the father of Zanzibar's former president – Amani Abeid Karume.
Zanzibar has three fully accredited Universities: Zanzibar University, the State University of Zanzibar (SUZA) and Sumait University (previously University College of Education, Chukwani). SUZA was established in 1999, and is located in Stone Town, in the buildings of the former Institute of Kiswahili and Foreign Language (TAKILUKI).
Malindi Mosque Address: Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania, TZ, Africa Also sometimes known as the Mnara Mosque, this religious attraction rates as one of the oldest of Stone Town's mosques. Built to a simple design, the mosque is rather unusual in its appearance.
Mangapwani Coral Cave is located in Zanzibar Island. With our online itinerary creator, Zanzibar City attractions like Mangapwani Coral Cave can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
The NEGLECTED treasures of Zanzibar. the potential of masingini forest in tourism AND NATIONAL Economy. By Y USSUF H. kOMBO. firstname.lastname@example.org, Masingini forest is locates 8 km from Zanzibar municipality. The jungle has 566 ha of natural and planted tree stands. It is situated at the highest peak of Zanzibar with 120 meter point above sea level.
&Beyond Mnemba Island Lodge - The Facts Mnemba may be one of the most expensive beach lodges on the coast, however, the lodge is very simple and the sheer beauty of the beach delivers one of the finest barefoot luxury experiences in Africa. The &Beyond staff and impeccable cuisine make this the perfect beach location.
About Mnarani Natural Aquarium Mnarani natural aquarium is a marine conservation centre located in Nungwi in the northern cape of Unguja island(Zanzibar). It was established in 1993 as an effort to conserve the population of sea turtles that are native to the island's waters.
The old fort as seen from the House of Wonders The Old Fort (Swahili: Ngome Kongwe), also known as the Arab Fort and by other names, is a fortification located in Stone Town, the capital of Zanzibar. It is the oldest building and a major visitor attraction of Stone Town.
The Sultan's Palace (Arabic: بيت الساحل), Bait As-Sahel was destroyed in the Anglo Zanzibar war of 1896, is one of the main historical buildings of Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania. It is a 3-story building with merlon-decorated white walls, located in Mizingani Road, on the seafront, between the House of Wonders and the Old Dispensary.
In 1947, it was bought by the colonial government and became a scientific laboratory for research into clove diseases. After independence and the revolution it became the Zanzibar headquarters of the Tanzania Friendship Tourist Bureau. Today, this old building is now the main office of the Zanzibar Tourist Corporation (ZTC).
zanzibar mansions i: the house of tipu tip Weaving through the narrow streets of Stone Town, we stopped to photograph an ornately carved wood doorway. Next to the opening was a simple bronze plaque proclaiming it to be the House of Tippu Tip, “ notorious slave trader, plantation owner and governor.
Tumbatu Island is the third-largest island making up Zanzibar, part of Tanzania in East Africa. The island is located off the north-west coast of Zanzibar's main island, Unguja. The wedge-shaped island is 8 kilometres (5.0 mi) long but only 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) wide at its widest point (in the south).
Protecting numerous butterfly species indigenous to Zanzibar, this centre is a huge tropical garden with net walls and roof. You can see the various life cycle stages of the butterfly, including some beautiful cocoons. Profits support local conservation and community projects.