ZANZIBAR -THE SPICE ISLAND
Zanzibar originated as early as the 8th century.
The commercial importance of the city grew
particularly after it become the primary
residence of Omani Sultan Said ibn Sultan in
The town is a slumbering paradise where green
cloves, bread leaf, rice, cinnamon and coconuts
still grow wild. Also Zanzibar includes the main
Island "Unguja" and her sister island Pemba.
There is a huge aroma of the cloves, vanilla,
cardamom and nutmeg
The town is a fascination place of narrow streets,
overhanging balconies and huge, intricately carved
wooden doors. Its a place where the famous 19th
century explorers such as Livingstone, Stanley,
Burton , Speke and Grant began their fateful
journeys into the "dark" interior.
When you visit Zanzibar you will feel as if you have
been taken back in the days of the sailors, pirates
and the sultans. Dressed in colorful veils and long
white dresses, women and men walk slowly up the
beach where a lonely dhow sails towards the golden
sunset. Cheers, trumpets, mystery and the smell of
the spices rules the narrow streets of Zanzibar 20
miles from the mainland, Zanzibar Island golden
beaches stretches for kilometers.
It was the ancient trading port of the sultans of
Oman in the 19th century. Zanzibar town is one of
its kind in the world, the architecture of Zanzibar
resonates the exotic Arabic, Persian and Indian
cultures that had many impact in Zanzibar history,
Carved doors and balconies decorate the houses which
are made of coral stone. Inland, the island is
Garden of Eden offering the most exquisite tropical
Tanga is both the name of the northerly sea port
city of Tanzania and is the closest port to Kenya.
Tanga is also a paradise of beautiful beaches and
clear blue waters, with beautiful attractions.
Such as Amboni Caves, Galanos Hot Springs, Toten
Island, Tanga war graves and Memorials, Tongoni
Ruins, Ndumi Village defense works, Mwarongo sand
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