The Swahili Coast And Zanzibar
The East of Tanzania faces the Indian Ocean and the islands of Zanzibar and Mafia. Tanzania’s coastline stretches from Kenya to Mozambique and is more than 1400 kilometers long. Most is undeveloped and unknown to the tourist world. Visitors mostly head to Zanzibar’s Unguja Island because it is easy of access and has a wide choice of accommodation and activities. This said, there are other less crowded areas on the mainland and on Mafia Island that are worth a visit.
Itineraries Visiting Zanzibar
Kenya and Tanzania Safari
From $8720 per person: 13 Days flying safari to Mara Naboisho Conservancy, Serengeti and Ruaha Parks and Zanzibar, visiting Encounter Mara, Ubuntu Migration Camp, Kwihala Camp and Matemwe Lodge.
Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Serengeti Migration and Zanzibar
12 days flying safari to Tarangire, Ngorongoro, Serengeti and Zanzibar, visiting Arumeru River Lodge, Oliver's Camp, The Highlands, Ubuntu and Matemwe Lodge
Southern Tanzania and Zanzibar
From $6010 per person: A 10 Day flying safari to Selous, Ruaha and Zanzibar, visiting Roho ya Selous, Kwihala Camp and Matemwe Lodge.
8 Night Selous and Zanzibar Deluxe
8 night safari visiting Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve and Zanzibar Island, staying at some of the best lodges available.
8 Night Selous and Zanzibar
An 8 night Tanzania safari to Selous Game Reserve and Zanzibar's East Coast, staying in top class accommodation at Beho Beho and The Palms.