4 days, 3 nights in Zanzibar

4 Days
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4X4 Land Cruiser
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Trip Overview

Day 1: Welcome to Zanzibar

Day 2: Exploration of Stone town

Day 3: Fruit and spice Town tour

Day 4: Departure


Day 1,2&3: Welcome to Zanzibar, Explore the Stone Town, Go on a town tour

When you arrive at the Zanzibar International Airport, a representative from Tembo House hotel will welcome you and drive you to the hotel where you will check-in for three nights.

Zanzibar port is a 5-minute drive and the Zanzibar International Airport is 8 km from the hotel. 

Go on a guided tour of Stone Town which now is a World Heritage site designated by UNESCO in 2000 because it has historic and artistic relevance of how the Swahili culture was influenced in the 19th century by Arab, European, Persian and Indian cultures introduced by foreign merchants and settlers leading to the unique architecture we see today. Stone Town is an old part of Zanzibar City on Ungula Island which was the former capital of the Sultanate and in the 19th century, it was the flourishing business hub for spices and slaves. Discover the wonderful mazes of Zanzibar through narrow passageways that once were historic centers for slaves, ivory and gold that today are a web of craft centers and markets. Walk down endless alleyways, see the ancient coral stone buildings and huge carved wooden doors. Listen to the story that is a presentation of the Zanzibar doors; roles and significances. These doors are now a historical treasure. They are the most striking and give descriptions of the first owners’ occupation and status in society, each carving with its meaning explained by your guide. Don’t forget to take photos. Return to the hotel at noon for lunch and relax at the hotel.

You can take part in other activities though they will be at your own expense.

this n3rd day, go on a town tour.A Spice tour will take you to discover spices, fruits, vegetables, coconut tree climbing and test fruits indigenous to Zanzibar. Spices are a big part of everyday life in Zanzibar since it is used in food, traditional medicines, spiritual, cultural and cosmetic use, tourist attraction and a major export. Visit spice farms on this day. Tour for fruits like papayas, mangoes, pineapples, and bananas sold on the streets by vendors and in the markets. Taste and enjoy ‘king of fruits’ called the Durian which is usually green and brown with a formidable thorn-covered husk but inside has a creamy color, sometimes dark-yellow. It is eaten at different stages of ripeness, each with a unique taste. Watch some locals skillfully climb the coconuts, let them drop some down to you and cut open for you to drink the coconut water and eat the inner pulp. Learn to climb the coconut tree if you feel adventurous and aren’t afraid of heights.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
Accommodation: Tembo House Hotel
Day 4: Departure

Wake up to a local Zanzibari meal for breakfast and if you have time, engage in another local activity or sit at the beach. Later, be driven to the Zanzibar International airport for your flight out.

Meals included: No Meals
Accommodation: No accmmodation


AA Safaris has designed a trip for you to visit Zanzibar which is one of the Indian Ocean islands situated on the Swahili Coast that consists of several islands that the local people call the “Spice Islands” however of the four main islands (Ungula, Pemba, Latham and Mafia) three have human population while the fourth is a coral island where seabirds breed. Zanzibar derives its name ‘Spice Islands’ from the islands’ production of cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg and black pepper on a large scale because Zanzibar’s main industries are spices, raffia and tourism. Inhabitants speak English, Swahili, Arabic, French or Italian. Zanzibar’s trademark is its carved wooden doors and stunning architecture that all tell a story that you will learn when you visit Stone Town. Explore fruits in the city sold on the streets by vendors especially Durian, pineapples, mangoes fresh from the gardens. Buy some to take to your hotel room or eat the fruit on the street by letting the vendor peel and cut the fruit for you. Let out your adventurous side by learning to climb a coconut tree.


Tembo House Hotel
Tembo House Hotel has most rooms’ balconies overlooking the sea or the pool the beds are made of the unique Swahili style, furniture is wooden and carved with Swahili culture designs only found in Zanzibar. One of the unique room features is the shower and the traditional Hammam bath that is worth a try. At the hotel’s Bahari Restaurant, enjoy both local and international cuisine. Packed lunches can be arranged for you to continue your tour throughout the day without having to return to the hotel until later in the day.

Availability and Prices

  • Transfers upon arrival and departure
  • Accommodation as indicated in the itinerary
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • Daily activities and excursions as indicated in the itinerary
  • All gratuities
  • Airfare to and from destination
  • Trip cancellation insurance or any other travel insurance
  • Visas
  • Alcoholic beverages