Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25-50 km (16-31 min) off the cost of the main land and consists of numerous small island and two large ones. Unguja, the main island refers to informally as Zanzibar and Pemba. The capital of Zanzibar located on the island of Unguja is called Zanzibar city which its historical centre known as stone town.It is a World Heritage site and its claimed to be the only functioning town in East Africa. Zanzibara main industrial are spices growing, tourism and raffia. In particular the Island produces cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and black paper. For this reason, the Island together with the Tanzania Mafia Island are sometimes called the spice island (A team also associated with the Maluku island in Indonesia). Zanzibar is a home of endemic Zanzibar red colobus monkey, the Zanzibar servaline genet and the (possibly extinct) Zanzibar leopard. Zanzibar is rich in Tourism activity and history of its kind once you get into the island of you will be able to do the following in which we can help you to organize in advance.

Sunset cruise

A romantic sunset cruise from stone town retake the journey of princess Sayyida in traditional Arabian Dhow. Set forth from stone town and sail along the shores of this historical coast while the sun sinks in the ocean painting the town with its pastel colors. The crew will play you with tales and wine while you sock up the ambiance once enjoying by the Arabian Royalty

Prison Island

Prison island also known as Kibandiko , changuu or quarantine island is a small island 3.4 miles, 5.6km north west o stone town, Unguja, Zanzibar. The Island is about 800m and 250m wide at its broadest point. The island was used as a prison for rebellions slaves in 1860 and also as coral mines. The British first minister of Zanzibar ,Lloyd Mathew purchased the island in 1893 and constructed a prison complex there .No prisoner where ever housed on the island and instead it become a quarantine for yellow fever cases, the station was only occupied for around half of the year and the rest of the time it was popular holiday destination. More recent the island has become a government owned tourist result and house collection of endangered Tortoise which was originally a gift from the British governor of the Seychelles.

Deep sea fishing

We provide you with a professional fishing guide and full equipped boats with quality fishing gears, outriggers, downriggers, a wide range of lures, tackles, bait and bed. Snorkeling gear is available, should you wish to stop for a quick swim.

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