A fascinating and close up view of Zanzibar’s spice trade, including a visit to an aromatics distillery.
Discover the history, architecture, art, markets, daily life and places of interest in the old city.
They are not the largest in the world, but they are truly amazing and highly publicized, being a major attraction in Africa.
Venture through the local village of Nungwi. Visit the Dhow builder’s beach and the turtle sanctuary. Option of a seafood lunch on the beach.
The second largest island in the Zanzibar archipelago is less crowded, with great diving spots, waiting to be discovered.
Start your day early for a higher chance to spot these magnificent mammals. Stop at the superstitious caves en-route if time persists.
The white beaches, surrounded by turquoise waters, create the perfect setting for relaxation, taking a break from the busy life and just soak in the sun.
Enjoy sightings of the old city from a different perspective – from the ocean side. Sit back, relax and enjoy drinks & homemade snacks.
Dodoma is the capital of Tanzania since 1973, but still most of the governmental offices are in the former capital, Dar es Salaam.
An island with a history dating back to as early as 1st century AD. It will charm you with its golden shores and tasty food.
A large conservation area in northern Tanzania, most famous for the wildebeest migration.
A land of geographical extremes, Tanzania houses the highest peak (Mount Kilimanjaro), the lowest point (the lake bed of Lake Tanganyika), and a portion of the largest lake (Lake Victoria, shared with Uganda and Kenya) on the African continent.