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The Spice Island
Spices were brought into Zanibar by the Sultans of Oman and since the 16th century, they were an important commodity on the trade routes. Zanzibar was once the world's largest producer of cloves. Today you can visit the plantations and find cloves, vanilla, nutmeg, cinnamon, ylang-ylang, and cardamom.
A truly ultimate Indian Ocean experience, with its fascinating historical Stone Town and magnificent beaches. Zanzibar's Indian Ocean offers world class water sports including scuba diving, Pemba liveaboard diving, snorkelling, deep sea fishing, kayaking, windsurfing, water skiing and sailing on traditional local dhows, with picturesque fishing villages, where the people live a simple way of life, unchanged over the years
Bwejuu Village: white sand beaches run north for around 9 -10km, with coral lagoon and groves of coconut palms.
Matemwe : a stretch of coastline, with classic broad white sand palm ,beach, reef and lagoons
Pongwe: On the north east coast, finest locations on the island, a fabulous beach backed by palm trees in a secluded cove.