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You'll be picked up on-time, every time, or we will not only refund your transfer, we will also give you a $100 voucher to use for any future transfers.
Prices are fully inclusive of local taxes, tolls and gratuity, and cancellations are 100% refundable when at least 48 hours notice is provided
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Zanzibar is one of the best options if you want to go on an African vacation. The archipelago is made up of two large islands and several small ones. One of the main islands, Unguja, is also referred to as Zanzibar. The city served as a trading area in the 18th and 19th century. Traders are mostly Arabs and Portuguese. It is not surprising why the island, especially the Stone Town, has a lot of Arab structures that are characterized by stone walls and large wooden doors with magnificent carvings. In fact, most tourists would walk in the narrow streets just to view these structures.
The Zanzibar International Airport or Kisauni Airport (ZNZ) is about six kilometers away from the Stone Town in Unguja. There are cafes, duty free shops and airport transportation at the airport. You can also find taxi stands near the arrival terminal, but be warned, many drivers overcharge tourists.
You can also find the market in the Stone Town. It has almost everything your heart could desire. Haggling is commonplace but make sure to give the exact price for they are not accustomed to giving changes. This applies to boatmen as well.
Most of the time, you will need to ride boats or ferries if you want to see what the other islands have to offer. For people who live in more developed countries, riding the Dalla Dallas might be challenging yet fun. These mini buses or pickups go from town to town. You will find the terminal at the Stone Town. Expect to be squeezed in with other passengers because they pretty much pack as much people as they can in there.
When going to other islands, you can choose from the convenient ferries to the wooden Dhows. They offer rides to islands or hire them for a snorkeling, swimming or fishing trip if you would not avail a tour package.
There are a lot of beaches to choose from. Most of them have a neighborhood nearby but will still give you a nice swimming, sunbathing or snorkeling experience. Be mindful of the culture in Zanzibar. A big part of the population is Muslim. Wear something conservative if you’re roaming around. Keep your alcohol intake in moderation, too.