Stone Town is a prominent historical and artistic attraction. The town boasts a unique mixture of African, Arab, Persian, Indian and European elements, and for this reason the town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Not only is Stone Town rich in history and a host to a multitude of cultures, the town also offers a large variety of exciting activities, tours and excursions.
Stone Town is the most vibrant and bustling town on the island and offers plenty of tourist attractions, an array of restaurants and bars, a busy stretch of beach, and a close look into the traditional Zanzibari culture.
The next stop is Nungwi, a large beach-village located in the northern tip of Zanzibar. In recent years, the town has become a popular tourist destination with numerous resorts, restaurants, bars and stalls. Its stunning coast and beaches has seen Nungwi being recognised on CNN’s list of “100 Best Beaches of the World”.
Lined with palm and mangrove trees, the silky white expanse of sand and the clear warm water of Nungwi beach offer an array of exciting water sports and activities. Nungwi is the ideal place for any traveller who enjoys relaxing on a bustling beach or endless days of exciting activities.