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Tanzania Zanzibar Relaxation 08 Days

  • 8 Days 7 Nights
  • Max Guests : 20
  • Wifi Available
  • Jun - Dec

Tour Details

This trip will take you to the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar, the ancient stone town, and also give you the chance to get familiar with the local culture in Tanzanian villages.

Zanzibar is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean and was the political and economic key to East Africa, which comprises two main islands, Unguja and Pemba and other smaller habitable islands. Unguja is the capital of Zanzibar and is about 85 Kilometres long and 39 Kilometres wide. Pemba is 72 Kilometres long and 25 Kilometres wide. The highest point of Zanzibar is 120 meters above the sea level.

The capital of Zanzibar is located on the island of Unguja. It is a cultural and historic Swahili City State and it is also located about 36 kms off the coast of mainland Tanzania. 

Chumbe Island Coral Park Ltd. (CHICOP) is an award-winning private nature reserve that was developed from 1991 for the conservation and sustainable management of uninhabited Chumbe Island off Zanzibar.

The reserve includes a fully protected Coral Reef Sanctuary and Forest Reserve that harbour rare wildlife, a Visitor and Education centre, a small eco-lodge, nature walks and historical monuments. All buildings and operations are based on state-of-the-art eco-technology aiming at zero impact on the environment (rainwater catchment, photovoltaic energy and solar water heating, composting toilets, vegetative greywater filtration etc.)

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Price Includes:

  • 4 nights’ accommodation at 4* hotel in Nungwi, North of Zanzibar Island, on Bed & Breakfast basis & 2 nights Accommodation at Chumbe Island on Full Board based on 2 people sharing
  • All ground transfers
  • All Tours mentioned above
  • Entrance fees on excursions
  • Professional guide on tours
  • All government taxes

Price Excludes:

  • Tanzania Visa: $50 per person on arrival
  • Personal Expenses (e.g., laundry, telephone, beverages, etc.)
  • Optional Tours (short safari after your climb etc)
  • Tips and any items of personal nature
  • International & local air tickets
  • Lunch & dinner
  • All things not mentioned in the program.
  • Travel Insurance ​


Day 1 - Arrive in Tanzania, Zanzibar

You will be picked up at the Zanzibar International Airport and transferred to your hotel in Nungwi, north Zanzibar, for overnight.
This hotel is right on the beach and you can go wet your feet in the warm Indian ocean waters.

Day 2 - Spice and Stone

Pick up from hotel after breakfast and head for a combined Stone Town and Spice tour as per below descriptions; 

Guaranteed to awaken your senses. Visit spice plantations where you will have the opportunity to pick, smell & savour fruit & spices that you have probably never seen on the supermarket shelf.
Commencing at the ruins of the Maruhubi Palace, via the site of David Livingston’s house (one of Africa’s greatest explorers) the journey continues north toward the Kidichi Persian Baths.

From here we continue to the rural areas where local farmers live & produce some of the world’s most exotic fruit and spices. Cloves, star fruit, ‘bulls’ heart’, tangerine trees, lemon grass, mangosteen and lip-stick trees, to name but a few, are what you can expect to see – according to the seasons. Perhaps you will fancy buying a basket of freshly picked spices to take home with you.

After the Spice tour you will be driven to Stone town for a lunch break (to be paid by yourselves) then proceed on a guided Stone town tour as per below descriptions;

​Begin with a visit to Zanzibar’s colourful market, alive with the buzz of locals bartering fresh vegetables and baskets of tropical fruit, cocoa farm, amongst the heady smell of exotic fruit. Continue to the site of a cathedral built in 1874. The cathedral signifies a potent time in Zanzibar’s history and stands on the sight of a past slave market with the high altar standing on the exact site of the whipping post.

Slavery was abolished in 1873 by decree of the Sultan of Zanzibar. From here visit the residence of the late Sultan of Zanzibar, ‘Tip Tip House’, the Old Fort, ‘Peoples Palace’ and the House of Wonders’, Forodhani garden full of intrigue from days of long ago. The tour ends with a stroll down the narrow streets of the old Stone Town, the heart of Zanzibar’s chequered history.

Overnight at hotel on BB

Day 3 - Zanzibar Beach Leisure

Full day relaxation at your hotel on BB 

Today it’s your day to relax and unwind on the beautiful white sandy beach of Zanzibar.
Optional excursion for Scuba diving, Snorkeling, Deep sea fishing which can be arranged by the lodge.

Adventure out for a walk through the rural villages built out of coral cement, see how they make the dhows, and near by the light house, there is the Mnarani Marine Turtles Conservation Pond, a sanctuary for turtles.

The sanctuary is a long-established conservation program where injured marine turtles are treated and looked after at a natural lagoon. The turtles are released several times per year and the project also breeds turtle eggs at a safe location until the baby turtles hatch. Young turtles are kept at various pools and at the lagoon. They are released into the ocean once they reach a size that guarantees a higher chance of survival in the wild.

Day 4 - Dhow cruise

After lunch you will be taken on Sand bank Dhow cruise Tour.

It is a more traditional cruise; we leave stone town – prison island after lunch time at14:30 and by 16:20 – sand bank sunset dhow cruise.
We organise beautiful majlisi, pillows, sitting on it and served with drinks, snacks while they’re waiting for sundown. 

Overnight at hotel on BB.​

Day 5 - Dolphins!

After breakfast you will be picked up and head for a Dolphin and snorkelling trip at Mnemba Atoll.
Return to hotel on time for lunch and spend the afternoon at leisure.

Overnight at hotel on BB.

Day 6 - Tumbatu Island

After breakfast and check out from hotel, you will head to Tumbatu island for a Tumbatu real life trip.

After the Tumbatu real life trip you will head to Chumbe island for overnight on Full Board basis. 

Day 7 - Chumbe Island

You can be do absolutely nothing or be entertained by activities at Chumbe Island which include;

  • Snorkelling over one of the most pristine and diverse coral reefs (Equipment to be provided although we recommend you bring your own)

  • Guided tours through the Coral rag Forest

  • Guided evening walks to view the endangered coconut crabs.

Overnight at Chumbe Island on Full Board basis. 

Day 8 - Chumbe Island

After breakfast you will board a boat from Chumbe Island for your transportation to the Airport for your onward flight.

​Farewell to Tanzania!


Group minimum 02

EUR1800 per person based on 2 people sharing in DBL room

Alternative option with a hotel in downtown Zanzibar.
The tour is altered slightly due location of hotel more centred.
EUR1625 per person based on 2 people sharing in DBL room

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The best times to visit Zanzibar are from June to October during the cool, dry months of spring, or January to February when it’s hot and dry. There are two rainy seasons in Zanzibar. The main season, called the “long rains” is during mid-April and May. The second rainy season, “the short rains” that last only a for a few minutes, usually in the mornings, is from November to December.

Daytime temperatures remain fairly constant, with maximum temperatures at around 31/33 degrees Celsius or, very exceptionally, 36 degrees Celsius, and during the rainy season in April and May, up to 29 degrees Celsius.

During the night the temperature doesn’t usually go below 21 degrees Celsius, and is usually around 23-24ºC. The sea is warm enough for swimming all year around, from 25 ºC August to 29 ºC from December to April.​


The local currency in Zanzibar is the Tanzanian Shilling (TSh). US dollar notes are also widely accepted as payment throughout the island.
Traveller’s Cheques can be exchanged at banks, bureau de change and some hotels, although exchange rates are poor and cash is preferable.
Credit cards such as Visa and Mastercard are accepted at larger establishments.

There are ATM cash machines in Zanzibar Town and at the airport. ​

​A local tax of USD 1 per person per night (including children) is payable, usually upon departure and by cash to the hotel/resort.

Most crucially, tipping in Zanzibar is voluntary and entirely at your own discretion. It should depend on the quality of service that you receive, however it is also good to bear in mind the extent of the work someone is doing for you, and how tipping impacts on the local community.

Tipping can form a significant part of the income for those in the service industry, such as waiters, drivers or room attendants. While the staff would undoubtedly appreciate a generous tip, tipping excessively can have a negative impact on the local community and upset the social balance.

When to tip – After each activity, at the end of each day or at the end of your stay.
For hotel staff it is always best to just tip once, at the end of your stay. For your driver, or any specialist guides, we would advise to tip at the end of each activity as there is no guarantee that you will encounter them later in your trip.

Here is a rough guideline to consider:
US$8–10 per guest per day for a specialist guide
US$8–10 per guest per day for a personal butler
US$5–10 per guest per day for a private chef
US$3–5 per guest per day for the general staff
US$3–5 per road transfer


Travellers should be up to date with routine vaccination courses and boosters as recommended. These vaccinations include for example measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine and diphtheria-tetanus-polio vaccine.

Country specific diphtheria recommendations are not provided here. Diphtheria tetanus and polio are combined in a single vaccine in some countries. Therefore, when a tetanus booster is recommended for travellers, diphtheria vaccine is also given. Should there be an outbreak of diphtheria in a country, diphtheria vaccination guidance will be provided.

Those who may be at increased risk of an infectious disease due to their work, lifestyle choice, or certain underlying health problems should be up to date with additional recommended vaccines.

The vaccines which are recommended for most travellers visiting this country:
Hepatitis A

The vaccines which are recommended for some travellers visiting this country:
Hepatitis B
Tuberculosis (TB)
Meningococcal Disease
Yellow Fever
Certificate requirements

Please read the information below carefully, as certificate requirements may be relevant to certain travellers only. For travellers’ further details, if required, should be sought from their healthcare professional. ​

  • There is a low potential for exposure to yellow fever throughout Tanzania.
  • Under International Health Regulations, a certificate of yellow fever vaccination is required from travellers over 1 year of age arriving from countries with risk of yellow fever transmission, and for travellers having transited for more than 12 hours through an airport of a country with risk of yellow fever transmission.
  • According to World Health Organization (WHO), from 11 July 2016 (for all countries), the yellow fever certificate will be valid for the duration of the life of the person vaccinated. As a consequence, a valid certificate, presented by arriving travellers, cannot be rejected on the grounds that more than ten years have passed since the date vaccination became effective as stated on the certificate; and that boosters or revaccination cannot be required.


Travellers should follow an ABCD guide to preventing malaria:
Awareness of the risk – Risk depends on the specific location, season of travel, length of stay, activities and type of accommodation.
Bite prevention – Travellers should take mosquito bite avoidance measures.
Chemoprophylaxis – Travellers should take antimalarials (malaria prevention tablets) if appropriate for the area (see below). No antimalarials are 100% effective but taking them in combination with mosquito bite avoidance measures will give substantial protection against malaria.
Diagnosis – Travellers who develop a fever of 38°C [100°F] or higher more than one week after being in a malaria risk area, or who develop any symptoms suggestive of malaria within a year of return should seek immediate medical care. Emergency standby treatment may be considered for those going to remote areas with limited access to medical attention.

  • There is a high risk of malaria in all areas of Tanzania below 1,800m (including Zanzibar): atovaquone/proguanil OR doxycycline OR mefloquine recommended.
  • There is no risk of malaria above 1,800m: bite avoidance recommended

Altitude illness in Tanzania
There is a point of elevation in this country higher than 2,500 metres. An example place of interest: Mt Kilimanjaro 5,895m.

Travellers should spend a few days at an altitude below 3,000m. Where possible travellers should avoid travel from altitudes less than 1,200m to altitudes greater than 3,500m in a single day. Ascent above 3,000m should be gradual. Travellers should avoid increasing sleeping elevation by more than 500m per day and ensure a rest day (at the same altitude) every three or four days. Acetazolamide can be used to assist with acclimatization, but should not replace gradual ascent. Travellers who develop symptoms of AMS (headache, fatigue, loss of appetite, nausea and sleep disturbance) should avoid further ascent. In the absence of improvement or with progression of symptoms the first response should be to descend.

Trip Highlights:

Mnarani Marine Turtles Conservation Pond
Stone town
Chumbe Island
The beaches!​

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