By Safari Junkie|2019-08-07T10:37:09+02:00June 10th, 2019|Categories: Zanzibar|
Insider Tips About Zanzibar from a Local When it comes to Tanzania and Zanzibar travel, Zanzibar is always hot topic among travellers. When to go, is it safe, what to see… and although Zanzibar is quite small island, there are always places you will not find in the guide books. Those places and insider tips [...]
By Nina Zara|2018-11-16T12:28:51+02:00November 1st, 2017|Categories: Zanzibar|
Should you rent a car on Zanzibar? Here is the comprehensive guide to car hire on Zanzibar. Read before you book Zanzibar car hire.
By Safari Junkie|2020-01-21T08:40:33+02:00February 8th, 2017|Categories: Travel WIth A Local, Zanzibar|
Snorkelling in the South East Coast of Zanzibar - hop on a local Zanzibari Dhow and go snorkelling in Blue Lagoon with local guide.
By Nina Zara|2019-07-18T20:20:13+02:00August 22nd, 2016|Categories: Culture, Tanzania, Zanzibar|
How safe is Zanzibar for solo female travellers? Exposing the bad and the good side of Zanzibar.
By Nina Zara|2022-04-28T11:39:50+02:00July 31st, 2016|Categories: Mini Guides, Zanzibar|
If planning a break on Zanzibar for the first time, the biggest dilemma occurs which beach on Zanzibar to choose. Should you stay North or rather choose (North / South) East coast of Zanzibar? What are the differences between Zanzibar beaches?
By Nina Zara|2018-11-16T12:05:42+02:00April 27th, 2016|Categories: Travel Tips, Zanzibar|
Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park or shorter - Jozani Forest is the only national park on Zanzibar. Very small, only 50 km2 (19 sq mi) but a beautiful and tranquil place to visit! If you have never been to Zanzibar, Jozani Forest tour is one of must see tours on Zanzibar.
By Nina Zara|2018-11-16T01:31:43+02:00January 13th, 2016|Categories: Lodging, Reviews, Zanzibar|Tags: paje|
Reasons You Should Visit East Coast on Zanzibar Whenever I visit Zanzibar my first beach destination used to be Nungwi or Kendwa in the north of the island for many years. Those areas are known for the smallest difference in low and high tide during the day. But the downside of this area is, that [...]
By Safari Junkie|2018-11-16T11:32:07+02:00October 15th, 2015|Categories: Culture, Tanzania, Zanzibar|
Meaning of Kanga is much deeper than just a fashion statement in East Africa. Read all about kanga (khanga in swahili), its cultural aspects in society ...
By Safari Junkie|2020-11-17T15:35:55+02:00October 8th, 2015|Categories: Travel WIth A Local, Zanzibar|
Don't leave Zanzibar without snorkelling - the turquoise blue waters invite any aqua-fanatics for some lovely exploration of tropical fishes and reefs! Snorkelling in the South East Coast of Zanzibar will save you money and is as good as expensive Mnemba and Chumbe Island tours.
By Nina Zara|2018-11-16T11:12:36+02:00October 7th, 2015|Categories: Culture, Zanzibar|
Forodhani Gardens food market is definitely a highlight for foodie lovers. Tips on how to enjoy the Forodhani experience without being scammed and overcharged!