Places in Zanzibar Archipelago
Although separated by only 100km of sea, Pemba and Zanzibar are very different. Unlike Zanzibar, where tourist infrastructure is well developed, Pemba remains largely ‘undiscovered’. Much of the coast is lined with mangroves and lagoons; however, there are stretches of sand and some idyllic uninhabited isles.
Tours and activities
Tips and articles
Best beaches to swing a hammock
Dreaming of your own place in the sun? In this excerpt from Lonely Planet's 1000 Ultimate Experiences, we take you to some of the world's sweetest, most sublime beaches.....
Mwaka Kogwa: a guide to Zanzibar's banana plant fighting festival
'Island and Diving' by moron noodle. Creative Commons Attribution Location: Kae Kuu, Makunduchi, Zanzibar Dates: 15-21 July 2013...
Most lip-smacking street food
Lunch tastes best from a curb-side cart: grab your fork or simply use your fingers, and munch your way through the world’s best street eats...
Zanzibar by moped - the ultimate ride
It’s no wonder that Zanzibar gets the lion's (sultan's?) share of attention on the Zanzibar Archipelago...