Zanzibar is one of the places with world-class beaches and a rich history, culture and geography that is not found anywhere else in the world.
It is a true tropical paradise, but it can offer more than surface beauty.
Zanzibar is an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, an island just 15 miles off the coast of Tanzania in East Africa.
Unguja, commonly known as Zanzibar, is the largest island and the place where most visitors spend their time.
Zanzibar is also known as the Spice Islands and has been the world's main source of carnations, coconuts, cinnamon and black pepper for centuries.
"Akuna matata" (Swahili means "no problem") is probably a favorite expression of Timon and Pumbaa from the wonderful archipelago of Zanzibar.
African flavors, wild animals, the beauty of the Indian Ocean, crazy sunsets, unspoiled islands - many reasons to travel at once.
If you haven't been to Zanzibar yet (not surprisingly) and want to forget about the problems, the Zanzibar Islands are waiting for you.
There is evidence of a 20,000-year-old culture in Zanzibar.
He saw waves of settlement and colonization from the ancient Persian merchants to Portugal and the British.
The result is an attractive modern island with a diverse population and a spirit of welcoming visitors to its beautiful tropical homes.