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Why Visit Zanzibar?

Zanzibar, an exotic archipelago nestled in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Tanzania, is renowned for its idyllic tropical beauty and rich cultural heritage. Covering around 2,461 square kilometers, it comprises several islands, with Unguja, often referred to as Zanzibar Island, and Pemba being the largest.

Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, serves as the cultural heart of Zanzibar, where narrow alleyways wind through historic buildings, showcasing its Swahili, Arab, and European influences. The archipelago’s culture is a vibrant blend of traditions, including music, dance, and the distinct flavors of Zanzibari cuisine, influenced by the spice trade.