The idyllic Island of Zanzibar
UNESCO Heritage site, Stone Town, lies at the cultural core of the idyllic Island of Zanzibar. Little has changed in Stone Town over the last 200 years, the town’s unique blend of Arabic and African cultural influences originate from the 19th century.
Zanzibar is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, lying on the eastern coast of Tanzania, which consists of Unguja and Pemba, the two largest islands, and about 50 smaller isles and sand banks. With just a few degrees dividing Zanzibar from the Equator, the tropical climate offers warm sunshine and incredible shades of blue ocean.
Perfect to relax after a wonderfull Serengeti safari with the Siringit Collection.
Activities on Land
Embark on an unforgettable City Tour with our local guides around the streets of Stone Town. This two-hour walking tour showcases the rich history of this magical island. It combines both history and culture and covers various aspects of both such as heritage buildings, old doors, dance, music and food.
Or discover the vibrant spices of this magical island through a Spice Tour: visit to a local spice farm, where you can be educated on the different spices grown, as well as taste and purchase them.
Or go on a Jozani Forest Tour to one of the last remaining sanctuaries in the world of the Red Colobus monkey. Jozani has an excellent nature trail. You can also visit the Mangrove swamp and walk around the Mangrove forest for a lovely day spent in the midst of nature.
In the Sea
Embark to Prison Island, giving you the chance to escape for some peace and quiet. The former prison offers a beautiful white sandy beach for swimming and snorkeling, a coral rag forest and a giant tortoise sanctuary.
Or explore the azure Zanzibar seas and the Menai Bay conservation area with Safari Blue. Discover Zanzibar’s abundant sea life, marvel at tropical fish while snorkeling, perhaps even catching a glimpse of dolphins and enjoy a seafood picnic lunch on a small remote island.
Dive or snorkel in some of Zanzibar best reefs, sail on the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, or practice your favourite water sport.
... and the Beach!
Soft sand, white beaches and shimmering waters have earned the island of Zanzibar its well-deserved reputation as a breath-taking place to escape from the world.
A Unique Collection of Partner Hotels
LUX* Marijani Boutique Resort
LUX* Marijani is paradise defined: an iconic sandy beach on the island’s tranquil northeast coast, the brilliant blue waters of the Zanzibar archipelago, an Arab architecture with a coastal Swahili vibe inspired by the Spice Island’s storied past, the most creative dining experiences, wellbeing at every corner, and a curated collection of truly extraordinary experiences.
Matlai Boutique Hotel
Boutique Hotel Matlai comprises of two villas, Asili House and Villa Kidosho, both directly on the beach. Immerse yourself in the ultimate coastal retreat, where every moment is infused with tranquility and natural beauty.
Villas & Spa
We welcome you for an intimate and personalized luxury experience of Zanzibar in an award-winning resort of 11 luxury villas discreetly located in a quiet oasis on the pristine sands of Paje beach, on the East coast of Zanzibar.
Zuri Zanzibar offers a completely unique experience in Zanzibar for anyone that wants to try something off the beaten African tracks; a place that allows guests a feeling of peace and tranquility.
This stylish luxury retreat is perfect for the adventurous, elegant, yet bohemian globetrotter! A barefoot retreat designed to feel like your home away from home. All villas are beachfront and come with own butler, private pools, outside dining and lounge areas.
Xanadu is an Experience, a Lifestyle, an Awakening of what Life can be, what it should be. It exceeds tranquility, luxury and expectation. Nine uncompromising villas on a stretch of pristine white sandy beach. Unmatched in Zanzibar, Xanadu has been crafted holistically out of a desire to breathe.
Maru Maru Hotel
Maru Maru Hotel provides a perfect blend amongst Stone Town’s labyrinth of winding alleys, bustling markets, mosques, and famed Zanzibari doors, featuring magnificent ornate wooden carvings. Once a town house famous for its marble floors and tiles, it has now been lovingly restored with modern luxuries.