Great Zanzibar Beach Package Offering


We are delighted to share another Fabulous Zanzibar Special Package Deal with you!  From the 5th of June 2011 till the 31st of January 2012 we are offering a Pay 6 Stay 7 Deal at Azanzi Beach Hotel in Zanzibar.  This offer includes accommodation, all meals, selected drinks between 10h00 and 22h00, return airport transfers, non motorized water sports and one snorkeling  excursion including refreshments to nearby world renowned Mnemba Atol Marine Reserve.  Contact Road Travel today to find out more.


Zanzibar is part of the East African republic of Tanzania.  It consists of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25-50 km (15-30 mi) off the coast of the mainland.  There are numerous small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, informally referred to as “Zanzibar”), and Pemba.  Zanzibar was once a separate state with a long trading history within the Arab world; it united with Tanganyika to form Tanzania in 1964, and still enjoys a high degree of autonomy within the union.  The capital of Zanzibar, located on the island of Unguja, is Zanzibar City, and its old quarter, known as Stone Town, is a World Heritage Site.  Zanzibar’s main industries are spices (spice tour), raffia, and tourism.  It is still sometimes referred to as the Spice Islands (a term also associated with the Maluku Islands in Indonesia), because of the significance of its production of cloves, of which it used to be the world leader, and also nutmeg, cinnamon and pepper.  The ecology is of note for being the home of the endemic Zanzibar Red Colobus and the elusive Zanzibar Leopard.


The hotel is situated on the North Eastern coast of Zanzibar, and approximately 45 minutes from the airport in Stonetown.  Azanzi is a luxury boutique beach hotel which boasts 35 rooms comprising of 8 suites, 12 luxury suites, 9 villas, and 6 deluxe villas.  The central guest entertainment areas offer guests multi level viewing decks, well stocked curio shop, azure swimming pool, bar and dining area – maximizing the sublime view of the majestic and tranquil Indian Ocean, and powder-white beach’s scattered with palm trees.


The island of Zanzibar is a beautiful place and begging to be discovered.  Guests who are looking for an intimate place to stay while visiting this paradise will enjoy the amenities the Azanzi Beach Hotel offers.  Considered a luxury boutique beach hotel, the Azanzi Beach Hotel offers guests plenty of activities to enjoy while they are on the island.  In addition to beautiful accommodations guests will enjoy the entertainment area with viewing decks of the Indian Ocean.  Zanzibar is actually a part of an archipelago off of Tanzania, Africa.  It has a long trading history and Stone Town is considered a world heritage site with plenty of historical attractions that appeal to the guests to the island.


Guests who visit the Azanzi Beach Hotel can enjoy a wide variety of activities that will make their stay more enjoyable.  The hotel have ten galls bottom sea kayaks that guests can use to paddle along the coast line of Zanzibar.  Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular things to do considering the island is surrounded by a large coral reef.  Fishing of all styles is available as well as dhow sundowner cruises.


For those guests who do not do well on the water, the hotel offers many non-motorized activities, massages at the spa, and daily tours such as the Azanzi Spice Tour.  The resort also has a beautiful swimming pool for guests to use and access to the island’s white sand beaches.  There are many beaches with lagoons and coral reefs to explore as well as scuba diving in some of the best unexplored waters in the world.  The waters are filled with dolphins and guests can take dolphin spotting tours where they may even be able to swim with them.  Some of the historic sites include Stone Town, Jozani Forest, Mbweni Ruins, Mtonil Ruins, Kidichi Persian Baths and the Mruhubi Ruins.

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