Breezes lies along a pristine and untouched beach on the South East coast of Zanzibar island, which is the most quiet and untouched part of the Island chosen by the reputable Conde Nast Traveler magazine as one of the top 30 beaches in the world. For centuries the island of Zanzibar has evoked a mystical and magical dream. There is no better place to experience and enjoy the fantastic setting, beautiful beach and the friendly staff.
Just off the coast of Tanzania, the African island of Zanzibar isn't simply a sunny, sandy paradise geared toward honeymoon couples -- it's an island of bright beauty and dark history.
Every building, boutique hotel and narrow street in UNESCO World Heritage Site Stone Town has a story -- from the slave trade to the birthplace of Freddie Mercury.
Yes, the beaches are stunning, the breezes are warm and the beer is cold.
But there's a lot more to see, do and enjoy on this small island in the Indian Ocean.
The history of Zanzibar has been influenced by many nations, including the Arabia, Persia, India, Portugal, Britain and local tribes from the African mainland. This is clearly noticed in the architecture. Stone Town is a place of narrow lanes, intricately carved wooden doors, towers, terraces and fabulous mosques. To truly appreciate Stone Town, it is best to explore it on foot with the guide who will lead you through the narrow and winding streets, telling you all about ancient secrets, stories and taking you to the sites where it all happened… In 1964 Zanzibar united with Tanganyika to form the present day Tanzania, although it still enjoys a high degree of autonomy within the unified state. Zanzibar is an archepelago of islands in the Indian Ocean that lie 30km off the coast of Tanzania. The two largest islands are Unguja (usually referred to as 'Zanzibar') and Pemba. Zanzibar Town (including it's old quarter of Stone Town) is the capital of Zanzibar, and has been declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Tourism and spices are Zanzibar's main industries. It is often still referred to as the Spice Islands due to the production of cloves, nutmeg, pepper and cinnamon ...