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7 Days Zanzibar Beach Holidays

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On this unique week-long Zanzibar holiday you’ll cruise on your own privately chartered dhow between Stone Town, the Fumba Peninsula and Kizimkazi in southwest Zanzibar. First you’ll enjoy a couple of nights in the UNESCO World Heritage listed Stone Town – an eclectic fusion of African, Indian, Arabian and European influences, with numerous attractions to explore.

From Stone Town you will cruise and sail south to the pristine Fumba Peninsula, enjoying a day of snorkelling, swimming and lazing off sandbanks and Indian Ocean desert isles. After a couple of days chilling at Fumba, you’ll experience a full day private dhow voyage through the Menai Bay Conservation Area to Kizimkazi. With more opportunities for snorkelling and blissful unwind, you’ll feel decidedly energized if you spot playful dolphins during your cruise!

Your final nights will be spent relaxing at Kizimkazi. This holiday is based on superior-style accommodation, staying at The Swahili House, Fumba Beach Lodge and Unguja Lodge.

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Arrive in Zanzibar , Greet and meet at Zanzibar airport by our representative then transfer to Stone Town for your overnight at Kholle House or similar
Day 2: STONE TOWN - Prison Island & Spice Tour
After taking our breakfast we drive to Zanzibar Stone Town to take our boat to Prison island. Earning its name as a former prison for slaves and a quarantine station for Zanzibar and the mainland, nowadays the island gives you the chance to escape for some peace and quiet. Once on the island, you have the opportunity to feed and pet the tortoises, if you have time you may also like to take a stroll through the forested interior where you will see a wide variety of birds, colorful peacocks, bats, and beautiful butterflies. Keep your eyes peeled too for the shy and elusive Duikers – an unusual tiny antelope species. It is fringed with a beautiful coral reef, ideal for snorkeling, and has a lovely white beach for sunbathing. This tour is a great way to see some history and wildlife, and also to see Stone Town from the sea as many old maritime legends would have done. As this is the half day trip after 2 or 3 hrs we will take our boat for a ride back Dinner and overnight at Kholle House or similar
Day 3 NUNGWI BEACH – Safari Blue Tour
After breakfast we drive to Fumba beach for safari blue tour. This is a full day trip on locally constructed sailing dhows ,fitted with outboard motors, marine VHF radios, life jackets and other security requirements. The dhow anchors in a safe and shallow area to allow for snorkelling. High quality snorkelling material are provided, and a large range of sizes is available. Lunch is served on a sand bank or on one of the many uninhabited island in the region. A traditional dish of barbecued fish, rice, lentils and fish curry is serves. Chilled fruit juice, mineral water, and bottled soft drinks are available throughout the tour. After lunch, clients can sail on an outrigger canoe carved out of a single mango tree, snorkel and swim or just relax. Return to Fumba is by sail, wind permitting, and clients arrive back at their hotel at about 1730 hrs, Dinner and overnight at Double tree by Hilton
Have your breakfast at the hotel and spend full day free at leisure and optional excursions.Dinner and overnight at Double Tree by Hilton
Have your breakfast at the hotel and spend full day free at leisure and optional excursions.Dinner and overnight at Double Tree by Hilton
Have your breakfast at the hotel and spend full day free at leisure and optional excursions.Dinner and overnight at Double Tree by Hilton
Have your breakfast at the hotel then depart to Stone Tone Town for a morning town tour Afternoon transfer to Zanzibar airport for your flight back home


  • The cost of all ground transportation and Fuel
  • Full time safari guide and his associated expenses
  • Chimpanzee tracking
  • Park entrance fees
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Items of personal nature like Laundry, Beverages, Flights, Beers, Beverages
  • Tipping of staff.

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What can I expect on a typical safari day?
This is your safari trip, your adventure! You decide how you want to spend your time on this vacation. If you would like to spend a full day on safari, you are definitely welcomed to do so. Visa Expeditions does not restrict your mileage, fuel or how much time you want to be on safari. While some days you may decide set out by sunrise, other days you can have a slower-paced breakfast before starting your daily exploration. Simply sit down with your guide to plan your day and meals the night before. Your guide will have plenty of suggestions, but of course, the decision is yours.
What to Bring on Safari
Safaris are casual vacations! Dress comfortably and pack lightly. As you will be spending most of your safari viewing in the vehicle, loose-fitting and light coloured clothing is recommended. Avoid dark colours (i.e. black, dark blue) as they tend to attract unwanted attention from insects such as the tsetse fly.
What are the park fee regulations?
All park fees and conservation fees have a 24 hours limit. We plan your itinerary according to the park permits paid. Your safari driver guide will brief you the night before and provide suggestions regarding your schedule. Please note that any penalty fee resulting from the client’s wish to extend their stay will be at the guest’s expense.
Am I allowed to walk around the national parks?
It is recommended to stay inside your vehicles at all times when you are in the national parks unless your driver-guide find a safe area to stop for lunch or to stretch your legs. If you are keen on hiking, there are guided walks that are available in Tarangire, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro. Within the Serengeti National Parks, long walks are not permitted during to conservation reasons, however, some lodgings will offer short walks near the lodge or camp.
Will there be wildlife roaming at the camps and lodges?
It is important to never assume that any of the animals encountered on your game drive are tame. Though attacks by wild animals are unusual, nothing in the African wilderness is predictable. While you are staying in your safari lodges and camps, it is important to be especially cautious and aware of your surroundings as many of these areas are not fenced and contain wildlife roaming freely. If you have children with you, keep them in sight and do not let them wander alone. At smaller tented lodges, you will always be escorted to and from your tent for dinner or during the night. Should you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to raise them to the staff or your guide.
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