5 Night Stay : Zanzibar - From R4 129pps
This deal is PER PERSON SHARING.
A Minimum of 2 deals need to be purchased.
Stay in coastal heaven with this 5-Night Stay in Zanzibar for 1, based on a sharing basis for two. It’s everything you need this year to unwind and relax.
This is the deal:
- Stay in Zanzibar for 5 nights for 1 person on a sharing basis for two
- At The Hakuna Majiwe Beach Resort
- Travel in March
- Includes: Breakfast Daily
- Excludes: A flight
Book an accommodation deal at more than half the cost with Go Beyond Borders. Now is your time to explore a new culture and experience luxury and relaxation.
- Located about 40 km from Stone Town, the hotel can be reached in 50 minutes transfer time.
- The hotel is situated between Paje (2 km north) and Jambiani (3 km south)
- Zanzibar International Airport is situated at a distance of approximately 80 km
- The small, elegant hotel is located in Paje on the central-eastern coast of the island
- Each room has wooden floors
- A four-poster bed with a mosquito net
- A ceiling fan
- A private bathroom with a shower
- A wardrobe and a large veranda
- A safe and fridge also come in the rooms as standard
- Snorkelling around the reef and tours (arranged on the Zanzibar Archipelago)
- Motorboats, sailboats, bicycles, motorcycles and cars are available to be hired
- The hotel features an outdoor swimming pool
- A massage service is on offer at the hotel
Grab this deal now, as there are only a few vouchers!
All Inclusive : 7 Night Stay-Zanzibar - R18 865pps
This deal is per person sharing
Minimum of 2 Deals to be purchased to redeem
Flight From Johannesburg to Zanzibar Included.
Take advantage of the massive discount with this 7-night stay in Zanzibar for 1 person, on a sharing basis for two. It’s an all-inclusive experience at a 4-star hotel. You can’t get it better than this!
This is the deal:
- A 7-Night, all-inclusive stay for 1 person on a sharing basis for two
- At the 4-Star Riu Jambo Hotel in Zanzibar
- INCLUDES: Direct return flights from Johannesburg
- Return Transfers
- All Meals & Selected Drinks
- Approximate airport taxes
Come to the place where relaxation was made just for you. You deserve this break.
Riu Jambo is located next to the Riu Palace Zanzibar, with an ideal position right on Nungwi Beach, one of the loveliest beaches on the island. In line with Riu’s 24-hour all-inclusive concept, guests will be able to select a multitude of restaurants and bars.
Choose from four swimming pools, one with a swim-up pool bar and a wealth of entertainment options, during your stay at this beautiful resort.
468 Rooms offer sea and partial sea views and feature modern amenities and a private balcony or terrace.
The airport and Stone Town are approximately an hour’s drive away, whilst the vibey village of Nungwi is a short trip away from the resort.
Top Attractions in Zanzibar:
- Jozani Forest: Most people search for the uncommon red colobus monkey in this vast and picturesque expanse of green that is a biodiversity hotspot and a part of Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park.
- Forodhani Market: Welcoming Zanzibar’s famous nighttime food market, a swirl of cooks juggling spitting pots, Forodhani Gardens morphs into a riot of calorific magnificence as the afternoon fades toward nightfall in the heart of Stone Town.
- Palace Museum: The Palace Museum, built in 1883 under Sayyid Sir Barghash bin Said Al-orders Busaid’s as the second Sultan of Zanzibar, is a beautiful confection of coral stone, silver accents, and acres of marble beneath your feet.
- House of Wonders: The House of Wonders, also known as Beit-al-Ajaib, is weak in some parts to the point of collapse and is a portion of a Unesco World Heritage site (and indeed, a partial collapse happened in December 2020, prompting the Omani government to pledge millions of dollars towards repairs). When it was finished in 1883, it was the biggest mansion in East Africa and the first to feature a lift, earning the name “House of Wonders.”
- Spice Tour: Spices were first brought to Zanzibar by Portuguese traders some 500 years ago after they were brought from their colonies in South America and India. Cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and other ingredients are still produced in modest organic facilities today. Following your nose down winding backstreets while being escorted by a knowledgeable guide is one of the most sensory ways to explore the destination.
- Freddie Mercury Museum: Mercury House honours the colourful Queen leader, Freddie Mercury, born in Farrokh Bulsara in Zanzibar in 1946. The family’s former home has a museum celebrating the island’s most well-known son. At the Stone Town museum, designated a Unesco World Heritage site in 2000, admirers may find faded family photos, the first piano he ever played, and a variety of theatrical costumes.
There is still so much more to do and see.
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