Escape to an island where spice is in the air and warm waters lap at your feet. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the amenities of our most beautiful and luxurious accommodations, boutique resorts on Zanzibar’s North & East coast, while exploring the island’s diverse and exotic history in Stone Town and beyond.
This Vacation is great for
African Beach Honeymoon
Ocean activities e.g. Diving, Snorkeling etc.
Food & Wine tasting
Ideal duration: 8 Days
From $4,800 per Person
Day 1 | Welcome to Tanzania
Arrival in Dar es Salaam at the airport then transfer to your hotel Hyatt Regency for your first overnight in Tanzania.
Dar es Salaam is the largest city and former capital of Tanzania. It is the largest city in East Africa and the seventh-largest in Africa, with a population of 6,701,650.
On the Swahili coast, Dar es Salaam is an important economic centre and one of the fastest growing cities in the world.
Our Favorite Hotel in Dar
Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro, is a modern oasis in the heart of the largest Tanzanian city. The five-star hotel’s superb waterfront location, spectacular views of the harbour and Indian Ocean, and proximity to the city’s International Airport ensure it is among the best-situated luxury hotels in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Day 2 | Zanzibar Awaits
Breakfast then transfer to the airport at around 10:30 am in the morning for your flight to Zanzibar. You can also opt to use Kilimanjaro Luxury Fast Ferries to get to Zanzibar with magnificent views of the Indian Ocean Marine life. It's an hour cruise.
Arrive in Zanzibar then transfer to the the south of the Island at the beauty of The Residence Zanzibar Hotel.
Our Favourite Resort in Zanzibar
THE RESIDENCE ZANZIBAR
Cocooned among 32 hectares of tropical gardens, fringed by a pristine mile-long beach, The Residence Zanzibar immerses you in the splendour of a secluded hideaway.
At this luxurious villa resort on Zanzibar Island, just off the coast of Tanzania, retreat to a world of divine relaxation, bespoke hospitality and enchanting elegance inspired by the island’s African, Omani and European heritage.