Just off the east coast of Africa, Zanzibar is known as the Spice Island. Today it is
infused with African, Arab, European and Indian influences, ensuring a cosmopolitan culture for you to explore
Visit historic Stone Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
made up of coral rock buildings and winding alleys, with some houses featuring intricately carved wooden doors. Due to Zanzibar's history with the Slave Trade, the eastern side of the Stone Town houses a former Slave Market. Experience the small, dark cells, or hire a tour guide to help you understand the full history.
Zanzibar is also home to an array of exciting rare animals
, including the Zanzibar red colobus, and the elusive Zanzibar leopard! Others animals, such as bush pigs, mongoose, and range of birdlife also inhabit the island, so why not pay a visit to the Jozani Forest and get exploring!