Rating in Tanzania
$ 750

Zanzibar Retreat ~ Breezes Beach Club

Universal
Universal
min $ 750
Per person
Tour details
Destinations: Stone Town, Zanzibar
Guide language: English
Price: min $ 750
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  • At a Glance
  • Detailed Itinerary
  • Price

At a Glance

Surrounded by exquisite ivory shores and lush vermillion jungles of Zanzibar’s East Coast, Blue Bay offers a secluded and sensual island escape. An unspoilt oasis of sparkling sea, sand and sun, perfect for lovers and families alike, the island retreat provides barefoot luxury at its best. Explore the island’s spectacular coral reefs, accompanied by green turtles and basking whale sharks; sail on cinnamon-scented breezes or relax in a hammock under gently swaying palms, and dine under the stars with the sand between your toes as you feast on a bounty from the sea. Starting Price US$ 750*

Stone Town ~ City Tour ~ Spice Tour
Pristine and untouched beach

Day 1 Zanzibar Serena Inn ~ Stone Town
Day 2 – 4: South East coast~ Breezes Beach Club
Day 5: Depart

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 1 Stone Town

    Upon arrival in Zanzibar you’ll be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.

    Overnight Zanzibar Serena Inn  (Std Room on B.B. Basis)

    Idyllically situated on the sea-front of ancient Stone Town, and flanked by an exotic mix of sultan’s palaces, Portuguese forts, ancient dhow harbours, and bright bazaars, the Zanzibar Serena Hotel is a haven of tranquillity and opulence amongst the bustle of one of Africa’s most ancient and most enchanting towns. A member of the prestigious Small Luxury Hotels of the World, the inn has been styled to represent the epitome of Swahili style, ethnic elegance and Arabic opulence.

  • Day 2 Coast of Zanzibar

    Breakfast at the hotel. Pick up by our guide for a morning walking tour of Stone Town. Stone Town is a wonder of architecture and oriental atmosphere. Wandering through the narrow streets in the old Stone Town between light and shadow is magical.
    After the walking tour you will be transferred to your beach hotel
    Overnight Breezes Beach Club B,D (Deluxe Room)

  • Day 3 & 4 At Leisure by the Indian Ocean

    2 days at leisure by the Indian Ocean

    Breezes Beach Club Zanzibar is an ideal choice for those in search of a romantic getaway. Famous for its attention to detail, intimate and private dining, its beautiful Zanzibari decor with stunning carving, glistening brass and rich fabrics creates an elegant and unique atmosphere. Breezes features the award winning Frangipani Spa.

    Breezes lies along a pristine and untouched beach on the South East coast of Zanzibar island, which is the most quiet and untouched part of the Island chosen by the reputable Conde Nast Traveler magazine as one of the top 30 beaches in the world. For centuries the island of Zanzibar has evoked a mystical and magical dream. There is no better place to experience and enjoy the fantastic setting, beautiful beach and our friendly staff

    Overnights Breezes Beach Club B,D (Deluxe Room) 

  • Day 5 Stone Town and Departure

    Breakfast at your hotel. Pick up by our guide for a morning spice tour.
    Lunch at The Mercury’s, named after Freddy Mercury, great location, with views of the waterfront, beach and the harbour.
    After lunch transfer to Zanzibar airport for your onward flight  BL

  • Departure Dates

    Flexible departures (any day)

  • Included

    All transfers
    Accommodation and meal plan as indicated
    City tour, spice tour

Price

* Prices vary with season ~ Contact us with your specific travel dates
From US$ 750 per person
Departs: Daily on request

All tour descriptions and conditions are given in accordance with the information of The Heritage Safari Company
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