Ras Mkumbi Lighthouse

Built by the Germans, this red-and-white light is still active and can be visited. Its location is spectacular, too.

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    Jambiani Beach

    Almost never-ending beach with a genuine atmosphere. Don't forget to stop by at the tiny fishing village nearby.

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    Zanzibar's widest beach is still locus of traditional fishing and weed-picking activities. What a beautiful place!

  • Jozani Forest

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    The mangrove forests are home to several endemic species, most popular are the cute monkeys. Come here at least for a day trip!

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    Mbudya Island

    Seeking a relaxing experience? Make a day trip to this island! Impenetrable forests, beautiful beaches and peace await you here.

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    A beautiful butterfly garden that allows you to encounter these fascinating species at a very close distance.

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    Beautiful beach with so many things to do, from offshore dolphin spotting tours to kite-surfing and sunbathing.

  • Mafia Island

    Mafia Island

    No.1 snorkelling destination in the Indian Ocean. Translucent water, countless fish species and peculiar underwater ruins.

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    The small fishing village has retained its charm despite the growth of tourism. The best kite-surfing in Zanzibar!

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