The romantic Zanzibar island

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Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania in East Africa. It is composed of the Zanzibar Archipelago in the Indian Ocean, 25-50 kilometers (16-31 mi) off the coast of the mainland, and consists of many small islands and two large ones: Unguja (the main island, referred to informally as Zanzibar) and Pemba.

Nungwi Beach is situated at the extreme northern spot of the island, around a 60 minutes’ drive from Stone Town. In spite of the fact that the village is known for countless things, the most renowned motivation to visit Nungwi is to appreciate one of Zanzibar’s most magnificent beaches. To have an exceptional encounter in the Nungwi village tour, the guided tour to the village lasted for some hours while the guide had the option to walk tourists to numerous zones of the village that could not never have found all alone.

Afterward, the tour includes a visitation to the local market, visits the territory where men were making dhow sailboats, have a view of ladies as they make baskets, toured various schools as well as mosques, and likewise tour the distinctive political village bunch base camp. Indeed, taking a Nungwi village tour is the appropriate approach to see neighborhood living locally. While the Nungwi village tour also incorporates visitation to Mnarani Natural Aquarium, which isn’t the most impressive aquarium on the planet, yet you will get to see amazing Sea turtles up and close.

On the off chance that you appreciate to SCUBA jump, numerous authorized PADI that have been certified dive spots are accessible focuses along the beach. There are many dives location close to Nungwi, however likely the most acclaimed and well known is around Mnemba Island. Nungwi is a decent village suitable for tourists in case you’re fascinated by diving.

Kiwengwa beach is located on the East part of Zanzibar (Unguja island). It is about 45.7 km from Zanzibar Airport and 43.3 km from Zanzibar city. This is among the best beaches to stay in Zanzibar, the whitest and longest beach on the west of Unguja Island.

Pongwe Beach has an offshore reef, which keeps waters calm and good for swimming when the tide is low. The white sand is rich and soft, and a grove of coconut palm trees line the back to provide shade. There are hammocks and woven sunbeds, and the hotel offers gear for fishing, snorkeling, and kayaking.

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