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Zanzibar Arrival Transfer: Zanzibar Airport to Hotel

Zanzibar Arrival Transfer: Zanzibar Airport to Hotel - Zanzibar Town, Tanzania

Duration: Flexible
Location: Zanzibar Town, Tanzania

From USD
$18.00

Zanzibar Airport Transfers makes it easy for holiday travelers to access the Sandy Beaches and Hotels in Zanzibar Island. Your concierge will meet and greet you at the airport and transfer you in shared vehicles to hotels in the following areas: Stown town, North Hotels, North East Hotels, Central Hotels, South East Hotels, Fumba, Mangapwani and Chuini Hotels.

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa ... More info ›

Zanzibar Airport Transfers makes it easy for holiday travelers to access the Sandy Beaches and Hotels in Zanzibar Island. Your concierge will meet and greet you at the airport and transfer you in shared vehicles to hotels in the following areas: Stown town, North Hotels, North East Hotels, Central Hotels, South East Hotels, Fumba, Mangapwani and Chuini Hotels.

Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago off the coast of East Africa. On its main island, Unguja, familiarly called Zanzibar, is Stone Town, a historic trade center with Swahili and Islamic influences. Its winding lanes present minarets, carved doorways and 19th-century landmarks such as the House of Wonders, a former sultan’s palace. The northern villages Nungwi and Kendwa have wide beaches lined with hotels.
Your concierge will meet and greet you at the airport and transfer you in shared vehicles to hotels 
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Please make sure you have selected the correct hotel otherwise you will be asked to pay the difference upon pick up in cash.
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Stone Town Hotels:  Al Johari Hotel, Asmini Palace Hotel,Dhow Palace, Khole House, Kisiwa House, Maru Maru Hotel, Mashariki Palace,  Park Hyatt, Tembo House, The Swahili House ,The Zanzibar Grand Palace, Zanzibar Palace ,Zanzibar Serena Inn, Africa House, Tausi Palace Hotel, Hiliki house, Double tree by Hilton (stone town).

North Hotels:  African View, Amaan Bungalows, Diamond Gemma Del Est, Diamond Star of the East,Double Tree by Hilton Nungwi, Essque Zalu Zanzibar, Flame Tree Cottages, Gold Zanzibar, Hideaway of Nungwi, Kilindi, Nungwi Inn, Ras Nungwi, Royal Zanzibar, Tanzanite Beach resort, The Z Hotel,The Zanzibari, Mnarani, Sun Set Kendwa.

North East Hotels:  Bluebay Beach resorts, Che Che Vule, Dream Of Zanzibar, Kasha Boutique Hotel,Mapenzi Beach, matemwe Beach House, Matemwe Logde, Matemwe Retreat, Melia Zanzibar, Neptune Pwani Beach Hotel, Ocean Paradise, Shooting Star, Sultan Sands, Villa Kiva, Azanzi.

South Hotels:  Swahili Beach Resorts, Karamba Beach Resorts, Unguja Lodge, Breezes Beach Club, Baraza,Arabian Nights, Arabian Nights Annex, Casa Del Mar, Kichanga Lodge, Dongwe Ocean View, The Palm, Bahari View Lodge, Spice Island Hotel, Ras Michamvi, The Residence, Karafuu Beach Resort, Kisiwa on the Beach, Konokono, Sea view boutique, Dhow Inn.

Central Hotels:  Tamarind Hotel, Pongwe Beach Hotel, Pongwe Bay, Uroa Bay.

Fumba and Mangapwani Hotels:  Fumba beach lodge, Sea Cliff Resort & Spa, Hakuna Matata

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Spice Tour of Zanzibar

Spice Tour of Zanzibar - Zanzibar, Tanzania

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Zanzibar, Tanzania

From USD
$50.00

A spice tour is a must-do while on the island of Zanzibar, known as the Spice Island. Learn from your guide about its claim to fame during the 19th century as one of the world’s leading producers of spices, such as clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon ... More info ›

A spice tour is a must-do while on the island of Zanzibar, known as the Spice Island. Learn from your guide about its claim to fame during the 19th century as one of the world’s leading producers of spices, such as clove, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Sample these aromatic treasures at a spice farm and indulge in lunch (own expense) during this 3-hour tour.

After pickup from your hotel in the morning, you're driven to a local spice farm for a detailed introduction to the culinary history of Zanzibar, aka Spice Island. Travel into the countryside for about 30 minutes from historical Stone Town, and observe rural village life in Zanzibar.

On arrival, learn about the life cycle and uses of various types of spices, tropical fruits, and root crops while your guide comments on each discovery. You'll have the opportunity to touch, smell, and taste several spices and fruits during a walking tour of the farm. Hear about farming techniques and uses, then sit down for a farm-fresh lunch (own expense). If you'd like, fresh spices, coffee, tea, soaps, and more are available for purchase. 

Your 3-hour tour ends with the drive back to your hotel.

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Full-Day Stone Town and Prison Island Tour in Zanzibar

Full-Day Stone Town and Prison Island Tour in Zanzibar - Zanzibar Town, Tanzania Star Rating

Duration: Flexible
Location: Zanzibar Town, Tanzania

From USD
$99.00

Delve into the history of Stone Town, an atmospheric city that has served as the cultural heart of Zanzibar. Constructed from coral stone during the 19th and 20th centuries, it was later declared a World Heritage site ... More info ›

Delve into the history of Stone Town, an atmospheric city that has served as the cultural heart of Zanzibar. Constructed from coral stone during the 19th and 20th centuries, it was later declared a World Heritage site. With your guide you'll also visit Changuu, aka Prison Island, once used to accommodate prisoners obtained from World War II and now home to giant tortoises.

After hotel pickup from your hotel, set out with your guide on a walking tour of UNESCO-listed Stone Town, Zanzibar's historical center. Explore some of the world's narrowest streets during your introduction to the cosmopolitan archipelago, which combines African traditions with cultural influences from around the world.

The Arab tradition is predominant in the urban design and architecture of Stone Town, where the most impressive residential structures are built around a central courtyard. Learn about the mix of mosques, churches, and Hindu temples alongside cinemas, banks, and shops, and view landmark buildings such as the Old Fort (Arab Fort), House of Wonder, former Sultan Palace and more.

You will be taken to a local restaurant where you can choose any a la carte menu (own expense).

Then board a motorized boat for Prison Island (originally called Changuu), once owned by a wealthy merchant who used it as detention center for disobedient slaves. Under the leadership of the third Sultan of Zanzibar, just after the abolition of the slave trade in 1873, it held recalcitrant prisoners. Later the site was a quarantine station following the outbreak of cholera in east Africa. With its white-sand beach and forest teeming with a variety of birds and giant tortoises, the island now attracts scuba divers and snorkelers to its plentiful wildlife. 
Finish the tour with a return transfer to your hotel, arriving by early evening.

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Lake Manyara Guided Day Tour from Arusha

Lake Manyara Guided Day Tour from Arusha - Arusha, Tanzania Star Rating

Duration: 1 day
Location: Arusha, Tanzania

From USD
$300.00

Enjoy a spectacular one-day trip that includes wildlife-viewing and an opportunity to learn about the everyday lives of Tanzanian villagers. On the edge of the Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is small, but its diverse eco-systems pack in a huge variety of animal and bird life ... More info ›

Enjoy a spectacular one-day trip that includes wildlife-viewing and an opportunity to learn about the everyday lives of Tanzanian villagers. On the edge of the Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is small, but its diverse eco-systems pack in a huge variety of animal and bird life. It is rightly famous for its tree-climbing lions, but also for its boisterous baboons! A riot of color is provided by the bird life here, and your day trip also includes a village tour of Mto wa Mbu.

Pickup from your hotel in Arusha at 7am and enjoy a spectacular one-day trip that includes wildlife-viewing and an opportunity to learn about the everyday lives of Tanzanian villagers. On the edge of the Rift Valley, Lake Manyara National Park is small, but its diverse eco-systems pack in a huge variety of animal and bird life. It is rightly famous for its tree-climbing lions, but also for its boisterous baboons! A riot of color is provided by the bird life here, and your day trip also includes a village tour of Mto wa Mbu.

Set amidst phenomenal landscape, you search out the wildlife on the plains and in the acacia woodlands, not forgetting the shores of the shallow alkaline lake itself. Although this is a small park, with much of it underwater, it is a varied environment with characteristic fig and mahogany trees prevalent here. You might spot Lake Manyara's renowned tree-climbing lions, but you could easily find elephant, hippo, wildebeest, buffalo and giraffe, plus many other species. A splash of color will be added by the pink-hued flamingos, one of 400 bird species recorded here. Also present are spoonbills, stilts, egrets, pelicans, cormorants and yellow-billed storks.

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Ngorongoro National Park and Game Drive: Guided Day Tour from Arusha

Ngorongoro National Park and Game Drive: Guided Day Tour from Arusha - Arusha, Tanzania

Duration: 1 day
Location: Arusha, Tanzania

From USD
$330.00

Discover the natural habitat of more than 25,000 large mammals, including elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, jackal, waterbuck and baboons. Marvel at the majestic beauty of the Ngorongoro Crater on a full-day tour from Arusha.

Following a pick-up at 6am from your hotel in Arusha City, sit back and relax on the 3-hour transfer ... More info ›

Discover the natural habitat of more than 25,000 large mammals, including elephants, lions, leopards, hyenas, jackal, waterbuck and baboons. Marvel at the majestic beauty of the Ngorongoro Crater on a full-day tour from Arusha.

Following a pick-up at 6am from your hotel in Arusha City, sit back and relax on the 3-hour transfer. An expert driver/guide will take good care of you and be with you throughout the day. They will share their knowledge of the region and explain the harmonious cohabitation of man and beast. Enjoy a picnic lunch (included) and experience the spectacular sights and sounds of a truly special place.

The wildlife take advantage of the year-round water supply and there's a chance you might even spot a rare black rhino (with a bit of luck and the help of the excellent eyesight of your driver/guide). Ngorongoro is not just home to the wildlife: the iconic Maasai people choose to graze their cattle here too. This happy cohabitation of man and beast is what makes Ngorongoro unique in Tanzania.

Depart Ngorongoro at approximately 3pm for the 3-hour transfer back to Arusha City. The estimated time of arrival is 6pm and includes a drop off at your hotel.

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Arusha National Park Guided Day Tour from Arusha

Arusha National Park Guided Day Tour from Arusha - Arusha, Tanzania Star Rating

Duration: 1 day
Location: Arusha, Tanzania

From USD
$300.00

For those of you that like to explore different areas in small sections, and not be confined to a safari vehicle for long periods, Arusha National Park is definitely worth putting some time aside for.  Enjoy this full-day adventure with lunch and optional drinks (at own expense) that includes walking, gravel road riding, and an optional canoe safari.

Your group with a minimum of 2 people can delight on an early morning pick-up from your accommodation to be at the gates of Arusha National Park by approximately 10:00am. The drive to the park is short; coffee plantations and small towns with busy daily life keep you entertained for the 50 minutes it takes until you turn onto a gravel road and start ascending towards the park gate.

Here, an armed ranger will join before setting out across open plains for your leisurely morning walking safari in the shadows of Mt Meru. Heading up the ascent route of Mt Meru gives an interesting perspective on viewing wildlife with great panoramics of the park below.

Once back down at the gate, drive the short distance to Momella Lakes for a picnic lunch (additional cost of $10 USD) ... More info ›

For those of you that like to explore different areas in small sections, and not be confined to a safari vehicle for long periods, Arusha National Park is definitely worth putting some time aside for.  Enjoy this full-day adventure with lunch and optional drinks (at own expense) that includes walking, gravel road riding, and an optional canoe safari.

Your group with a minimum of 2 people can delight on an early morning pick-up from your accommodation to be at the gates of Arusha National Park by approximately 10:00am. The drive to the park is short; coffee plantations and small towns with busy daily life keep you entertained for the 50 minutes it takes until you turn onto a gravel road and start ascending towards the park gate.

Here, an armed ranger will join before setting out across open plains for your leisurely morning walking safari in the shadows of Mt Meru. Heading up the ascent route of Mt Meru gives an interesting perspective on viewing wildlife with great panoramics of the park below.

Once back down at the gate, drive the short distance to Momella Lakes for a picnic lunch (additional cost of $10 USD). Here, you can take enjoy a canoeing safari (optional) on the lake or continue with afternoon game drives through the park at a relaxed pace. Late afternoon leave the park to head back to your accommodation.


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