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What to do in Zanzibar?

Stone Town Arab Fort
Stone Town, the old stone city was built with coral stones linked by dirt, sand and water at a time when most buildings in Africa were made of perishable materials.
The Arab Fort, built on what was the site of a residential area and a Portuguese church around 1710, is the oldest buildings of the old city.

Forest Kizimbani

To the east of Zanzibar town, the forest is located near Kizimbani an experimental plantation is cultivated where a wide variety of species of fruit trees and spices.
The government's goal is to exploit all the opportunities available and, after observation, recording all the information to possibly encourage farmers to improve their production.

Bay Chwaka
Located east of the island, the Bay Chwaka is surrounded by authentic fishing villages.The lagoon is huge and a dazzling turquoise.


Zanzibar Port
The slave trade between the east coast of Africa and the Muslim world dates back to twelfth century.
The conquest of Zanzibar by the Sultan of Oman led until the nineteenth century. A bill to cover the domestic needs of the Sultanate of Persian Gulf countries and India. The explosion of commercial activity with the arrival of Seyyid Said and the cultural development of clove merely increased the need for manpower and the number of slaves.
Theoretically banned in 1873, slavery did not disappear until 1893 really.


Paje Beach
On the southeast coast of Zanzibar, Paje village is an amazing coral beaches of white sand that slopes gently down on a turquoise background. The simplicity of the inhabitants and their receptions are touching. In recent years, the dominant activity, as in all the villages in the east coast, is the collection of algae.