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Zanzibar Archipelago

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Zanzibar Island
The Zanzibar Archipelago comprises some 50 islands, with Zanzibar and its rich historical and cultural heritage being the most renowned. Its capital, Stonetown, comprises narrow alleys and squares with ancient Arabian houses and Mosques, market places and small shops. Most beach lodges are located on the east cost and north coast of Zanzibar ...
Mnemba Island
Mnemba Island is a private island located northeast of Zanzibar. The island can be reached from Zanzibar in about 20 minutes by boat and accommodates one lodge only. The island has a circumference of 1.5 km and is surrounded by coral reefs and therefore ideal for snorkeling and diving. The beach is beautiful and you can swim and snorkel in front of the lodge all year round. ...
Fanjove Island
Fanjove Island belongs to the Songo Songo archipelago, which is located about 140km south of Dar-Es-Salaam. The archipelago consists of only just five islands, the main island Songo Songo, the northern islands Okuza and Nyuni and the southern islands Fanjove and Jewe. It is a choice for guests who want to get away from it all and do not mind simpler accommodation ...
Thanda Island
Nestling within Tanzania's Shungi Mbili Island Marine Reserve, Thanda Island is 8ha in size, 1.1km in circumference and 350m wide. Thanda Island is 16 nautical miles or 30km east of the mainland of Tanzania, opposite the Rufiji River Delta. It is accessible by helicopter ...
Pemba Island
Pemba Island is located some thirty minutes' flight from Zanzibar and far less touristic than its bigger sister Zanzibar. The archipelago's second largest island is lush, wooded, more traditional and less touristic than Zanzibar. Diving conditions are rather challenging and therefore less suitable for beginners. However there is only few accommodation on Pemba worth mentioning ...
Mafia Island
Mafia Island is located some forty minutes flight from Zanzibar and some say, that Mafia Island is like Zanzibar some twenty years ago: Quiet, relaxed, little traffic and with few guests but good diving. Mafia Island was Tanzania's first Marine Park. Biodiversity in water and at land is diverse and a visit is worth the extra effort ...
Stone Town
Stone Town is the oldest part of Zanzibar and a Unesco World Heritage Site. The narrow streets form a veritable labyrinth, which is full of life and historic buildings ...
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