Zanzibar's coastline offers some of the best beaches and most idyllic resorts in the world, steeped in history and exuding luxury and from where you can visit working plantations to observe the cultivation of vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, and other spices that have made the island famous. Or walk down winding streets between a sultan's palace and Portuguese fort and gardens.
The Residence Zanzibar lies on the South West of the island on land that was formerly home to Shirazi Princes, a mile-long white sand beach edged with coconut palms. The 66 villas, each with their own private pool, are luxuriously appointed in a contemporary synthesis of Swahili, Omani, English and Indian influences, reflecting the island’s diverse and exotic history.
Nestled in a natural cove on the North East shore of Tanzania’s historic Zanzibar, where Arabic tradition meets African heritage, Essque Zalu Zanzibar is redolent of the exotic spice plantations and exquisite white sand beaches that the region is famed for.
Fundu Lagoon sits on a glorious beach on the southwest of beautiful Pemba Island, Zanzibar’s sister isle. It is so remote it is only accessible by boat, making it a true "bare foot paradise" with a distinct Robinson Crusoe air. This peaceful hideaway is the place to relax in style, in one of the wide selection of rooms and suites.
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