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The name of Zanzibar conjures up the images of an island paradise which is decked with white beaches of soft sand, shimmering azures of water, blissful sunset, romantic coastline and lovely weather. Zanzibar is the archipelago is a series of islands on the Indian Ocean about 16 to 31 miles off the coast of the mainland offers a kaleidoscope of sights, smells and tastes. It is undoubtedly a tropical dream destination which fascinates the visitors from a historical and cultural perspective is among the top adventure and eco-tourism destination. So if you are willing to enjoy a great holiday trip which is full of fun and adventure then grab the opportunity and book flight tickets to Zanzibar. Search and compare cheap flights from London to Zanzibar with Flight Office.

Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous region in Tanzania consist of many small islands and two large ones Unguja the main island and Pemba Island. There is no ending list of things that you can do here and enjoy a great holiday trip. Zanzibar is home to idyllic beaches which are renowned for clear warm water, beautiful coral reefs along with rich marine diversity making it a perfect under-water destination to enjoy an amazing range of water sports like snorkelling, swimming, diving etc. Zanzibar is a perfect destination for beach lovers, nature lovers, culture vultures and for those who love adventure. Don’t miss a visit to Stone Town. Steeped in history and overflowing with captivating charm it is a UNESCO Heritage site where you encounter a captivating blend of diverse architecture, art galleries, fabric stalls and quaint coffee shops in its myriad narrow streets. Enjoy watching giant turtles on Prison Island which is also known as Changuu Prison Island with some is a wonderful coral area to snorkel around it. The real attractions over here are the huge turtles and a highly engrossing Slave Trade Museum.

You surely love to visit Jozani Forest a scenic spread of green cover is the last indigenous forest left on Zanzibar nurtures a unique swamp of amazing looking trees and ferns. If you really want to taste some of the best dishes at Zanzibar then don’t miss a visit to Forodhani Market which opens in the late afternoon in Stone Town. It is a spectacular night-time food market where you can enjoy the best of seafood options along with local delicacies. Visit the Palace Museum which is commonly known as the Sultan Palace I the most historic building in Stone Town and among the must-see tourist attractions of it. Among the various tours that the tourists can enjoy over here, is the Spice Tour. As Zanzibar is known for its spice trade so the tour offers them a great opportunity to know more about the wide variety of spices that Zanzibar produces and trades in. If you really want to experience a truly awesome, immersive and sensorial shopping experience then don’t miss an opportunity of shopping at Darajani Market which is the heartbeat of the Stone Town. So if you ready for all this fun and adventure then d enjoy a holiday trip by booking flight tickets to Zanzibar.

Airline Tickets to Zanzibar (ZNZ) starting from just £344 GBP

Some major airlines that offer flights to Zanzibar from the United Kingdom are Kenya Airways, KLM, Ethiopian, Emirates, Turkish Airways etc. Most popular time to fly Zanzibar when you can enjoy the maximum is August. When flying from the United Kingdom you can use Heathrow, Stansted, London City, Gatwick or London Luton airports. When flying from London to Zanzibar Tuesday is the cheapest day to fly while Sunday is the most expensive day.


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