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CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Zanzibar:   First Car Rental Zanzibar: +255 677 451 118 Kibabu Cars Zanzibar: +255 772 755 788 Ola Zanzibar Car Rental: +255 777 415 321 Rafiki Zanzibar Car Rental: +255 711 326 587 Zanzibar Car Hire Ltd.: +255 777 424 858 Zanzibar Rent a Car: […]


Abyssinian Maritim

Abyssinian Maritim (Vuga Roundabout, Stone Town, Zanzibar City) – located in the center of Stone Town, this restaurant serves mainly Ethiopian dishes and won accolades on TripAdvisor.com. With its interior décor celebrating Ethiopian culture, patrons can sample cuisine from that East African country, as well as its celebrated coffee. First-time visitors can walk in and […]


About Zanzibar

Zanzibar (a semi-autonomous part of the East African nation of Tanzania) consists of two large islands (Zanzibar — a.k.a. Unguja, and Pemba) along with a chain of smaller ones. It was a trading base for Middle East traders going as far back as the Persians (who reputedly built the first mosques in East Africa). By […]


Dr. Livingstone’s House

Dr. Livingstone’s House (Malawi Road, Zanzibar) — this building is named for the well-known and respected missionary-cum-explorer, Dr. David Livingstone, who used it as a base for his wanderings. During the second half of the 19th century, several other European missionaries and explorers, such as Burton and Speke, used it as the starting point for […]


6 Degrees South Grill and Wine Bar

6 Degrees South Grill and Wine Bar (Plot 60, Waterfront, Shangani Street, Stone Town, Zanzibar City) – this is a popular hangout spot during the early evenings, when patrons order drinks at its rooftop bar and watch the sunset. DJs are usually on hand to play House and Ibiza-style “chillout” music. Many visitors say this […]



Bwejuu (beach) – this beach is located on the east coast of Zanzibar island (just north of the town of Paje). Because this beach acts more as a fishing village, swimming is not a major activity here. Still, it’s a picturesque, quiet beach, with resorts like Breezes within walking distance.