Discover Zanzibar & Beaches

Zanzibar archipelago - Island of spices

With powder white sands and coral atolls, few countries have such an allure as this historic Spice Island. Whether you seek exquisite beaches and sunshine or fascinating culture, you will find them all here. A slumbering lush paradise where green cloves, bread leaf, rice, cinnamon, vanill, chillies, turmeric, nutmeg and coconuts still grow wild today. It is idyllic, romantic, exotic and hot. Around its idyllic coves you will discover an excellent choice of accommodation, from character guest houses to 5 star hotels, swaying palm trees, picturesque tidal beaches, perfect coral reefs and some tiny rustic retreats.

Highlights

  • A natural reserve Jozani forest
  • Spice tour to a spice plantation
  • A world Heritage site Stone Town
  • Beautiful white sandy beaches
  • Slave caves

Beaches

Kiwengwa beach

Often nick named the "Little Italy" of Zanzibar - is located on one of the most pristine exclusive beaches on the east coast of Zanzibar.
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Pongwe beach

Pongwe Beach is a tranquil location; the ideal place to relax and enjoy Zanzibar’s distinctive, mellow pace. The beach offers the perfect paradise island experience.
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Jambiani beach

The charm of Jambiani Beach in Zanzibar is that it simply sits at the edge of where the coconut palms stop swaying and meets the azure waters of the Indian Ocean.
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Paje beach

Paje is one of the most idealistic, tranquil, characterful places and natural beauty spots on Zanzibar. Paje’s the perfect white-sand beach.
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Nungwi beach

The beach features a wide stretch of white sand and the warm turquoise water of the Indian Ocean and is famous for being one of the best beaches in Zanzibar.
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Attractions

Rwanda

Kibuye

It is true, on this part of the lake good beaches are less common but the steep hills that fall into the deep green waters and the indented shoreline with a smattering of islands nearby make it extremely picturesque.
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Rwanda

Gisenyi

Landlocked Rwanda may be a long way from the ocean, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have a beach holiday here. Visit one of the deepest and most voluminous lakes in the world.
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Rwanda

Butare

Due to the large number of university students and student-centered activities in the city, Butare is often regarded as a university city of Rwanda.
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Rwanda

Ruhengeri (Musanze)

Musanze is a pleasant town to explore on foot, and it’s situated near a number of interesting natural sights, with the massive Virunga volcanoes looming to the north and west.
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Rwanda

Kigali

Kigali is the dynamic capital at the heart of our country. Peacefully nestled along picturesque hilltops, Kigali is a great place to begin or end any Rwanda journey.
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