Zanzibar Beach Special
If you want a Zanzibar beach – here it is… unwind on one of the best beaches in the world. Stroll through small fishing villages with coconut palms where traditional dhows wait to catch the high tide.
Chosen by Conde Nast Traveler magazine as one of the ‘top 30 beaches in the world’
- 7 days/6 nights
Highlights of Zanzibar beach
Breezes Beach Club & Spa sits on a stretch of white sand on the Zanzibar’s south east coast. Home to the only National Geographic affiliated PADI 5 star Dive Centre in the island.
- All hotels rooms are air conditioned with en-suite bathrooms, refrigerator, safe and hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities and telephone
- Water Club offers daily snorkeling trips to the lagoon (for which there’s an additional charge)
- Snorkeling equipment, reef shoes, kayaks, pedal boats, sailing, kite surfing & windsurfing with an instructor are also available at a charge.
- Scuba Diving Centre – offers professional and experienced diving: the Rising Sun Dive Centre (PADI 5 star) offers all diving for beginners to advanced. This is the only National Geographic affiliated Dive Centre in East Africa.
- Dive with experienced diving instructors for one to one tuition. If you’re a more experienced diver you can explore the more untouched waters of the Island. There are 14 different dive spots. (It’s worth mentioning in that credit cards aren’t accepted so payments must be in cash.)
- The Frangipani Spa has a team of professional therapists on hand for health and beauty treatments and massages in addition to their signature treatments.
- The bazaar offers African arts and crafts, antiques, souvenirs as well as everyday amenities.
- Furthermore, the complimentary flood lit tennis court and aerobics & fitness centre is open daily with a full range of facilities
Best time to go to Zanzibar
Zanzibar has a tropical climate so it’s hot all year round and it can be humid
- June to September – high Season when the weather is dry and a little cooler.
- October to February – weather is hot, particularly between December to February. Short rains fall (mvuli) and trade winds (kusi)
- March to May – can be wet but it doesn’t rain continuously consequently landscapes are green and lush
On arrival at Zanzibar you'll be met by our representative from the Hotel for a private road transfer.
Your hotel is in a charming fishing village in a natural environment. These are some of the best beaches in the world. Visit Stone Town, swim with dolphins. Diving, reef safaris, discover marine life.
Private transfer to the ariport for your onward travel arrangements
Tips and notes
Price quoted is based on two sharing a standard room at Breezes Beach Club. Upgrades are available.
6 nights half board
Return Zanzibar Airport transfers to hotel.
Use of gym, tennis court and non-motorised watersports and internet in public areas
Flights, Visas, tips, tours and excursions, laundry services, spa services and treatments, motorised water sports activities.
Mandatory infrastructure tax of USD $ 1 per person per day to be paid directly at the resort.
Please note: You won’t be able to withdraw cash from credit cards at the hotel but it’s possible to change money at the hotel’s cashier’s office.
How to get there
The trip starts and finishes at Zanzibar International Airport (ZNZ). Please ask your Zambezi consultant if you would like us to arrange your international flights.
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