Address: Mafia Island, Tanzania.
This is a beautiful natural attraction in Zanzibar. This island has some pristine beaches like Ras Kisimani, Utende Beach with soft-white sand stretches and tranquil water. You can take a visit to Mafia Island Marine Park which protects the island and surrounded waters. This park preserves coral reefs which are home to colorful fishes, sharks, sea turtles, etc.
Address: Paje, Zanzibar 0791, Tanzania.
This is a pristine beach in Zanzibar Island on the Indian Ocean. It attracts visitors with long white sand stretches and crystal clear water. This is a favorite destination for kite surfing lovers. There are many companies that offer amazing kite surfing experiences for visitors. You can plenty of cafes, restaurants, resorts etc on the seas side to make your journey unforgettable.
This National Park spreads around 50km sq. of amazing natural beauty. This is the largest conservation area in Zanzibar and you can enjoy an unforgettable nature walk through mangroves over here. This park is home to endemic species of birds and animals over here and popular among them are hairy ape residents, red-colored monkeys, etc.
Address: Nyumba Ya Moto St, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
This museum was the previous Sultan?s Palace and considered as a historical building in Stone Town. This was the official residence of the Al Busid dynasty. This stunning white building attracts visitors with stunning architecture, merlon-decorated white walls, elaborate furniture & possessions, family photographs, manuscripts, etc. This Palace overlooks the bay, an amazing scenic destination.
Address: Pemba Island, Tanzania.
Pemba Island is a favorite destination for nature lovers. You can find pristine beaches, breath-taking green hills, clove plantations, and the interesting fact is that Pemba is the leading producer of Cloves in the World. Other things to explore here are Chake Chake- a popular town in Pemba with attractions like ruins of an 18th-century fort and a museum, Pemba Channel with amazing collections of marine species, Misali Island with chances of seeing rare species of birds.
Address: Sokoku St, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
This was the former palace of Sultan Barghash, a stunning white building built-in 1883. This was the site of 17th-century Queen Fatuma's residence and this building has so many features like this is the first building in Zanzibar to have electricity, to have an elevator in East Africa at first, this was the headquarters of Zanzibar?s political party during the British period, beautiful architecture, etc. The House of Wonders currently houses the Museum of History and Culture of Zanzibar and the Swahili Coast.
Address: Mkunazini St, Zanzibar City, Tanzania.
This is the first Anglican Cathedral in East Africa situated in Stone Town. It was built in the 1870s and a popular pilgrim site in Zanzibar. It has attractive stained glass windows, dark-wood pews, Gothic & Arabic styles of architecture, barrel vault roof. The church is situating in the site of a former slave market.
Address: Mizingani Rd, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
This Arab Fort is located in Stone Town, a popular tourist attraction in Zanzibar. It was built during the 17th century for the purpose of protecting the Spice Islands from seafarers. This is one of the oldest buildings in Zanzibar and during the 19th century it was used as a garrison & prison. It also used as a terminal for Zanzibar Railways. Now it is used to conduct events & festivals, cultural centers, shops, etc.
Address: Benjamin Mkapa Rd, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
If you want to explore the history & culture of the islands in Zanzibar, this is the right place. This museum was opened in 1920 in the Arab style of architecture. You can see relics from Sultan?s periods, local wildlife displays, traditional carvings, etc.
Address: Malindi Rd, Zanzibar, Tanzania.
This is also a historic site in Zanzibar. It is located in Mizingani Road and overlooks the bay. During the first half of the 20th century, it was used as a dispensary, pharmacy, etc. It has ornate carving balconies, stained-glass windows, and stuccowork, etc. It also houses a small museum with the history of Zanzibar.
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