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Zanzibar International Airport, ZNZ, Tanzania
Name: Zanzibar International Airport, ZNZ, Tanzania
Welcome to the Zanzibar International airport. This is the official airport in Zanzibar, Tanzania. We are your Zanzibar airport taxi transfer dedicated to providing you with the best selection of our services. The drive from the airport to Stone Town takes approximately 20 minutes. The airport holds several facilities like its passenger terminals as well as the café’s, restaurants and shops to explore during your wait. After having arrived in Zanzibar we are ready to provide you with your airport shuttle in Zanzibar or a taxi to your destination of choice.
Taxi2Airport is committed to providing the highest quality of taxi service throughout the world. The company operates in over 50 countries in over 2000 airports, experienced in efficient airport transfers. If you are travelling in Tanzania, we also provide an airport bus or taxi in Kilimanjaro Airport or Arusha Airport. Here at Taxi2Airport, we believe that every voyage is unique and therefore we aim to personalize each ride to fit your needs. For an airport transfer in Zanziba Book here now for a taxi. Depending to your situation we provide a range of options for you when travelling with us:
When visiting Zanzibar, there are countless options of things to see and do. The island is known for its fusion of cultures, its spices and rich history encompassing a variety activities and marvelous sights. Zanzibar is an archipelago which is semi-autonomous, off the coast of Tanzania. It is made up of the main island Unguja and is surrounded by many smaller islands. During your stay in Zanzibar, be sure to check out its historical center, Stone Town, where you can explore its small winding allies and old Arab-style buildings. For example, the famous Zanzibari doors each holding their own identity and story. Stone Town is also the city known as Freddie Mercury’s hometown, with a museum and restaurant honoring him. In the past, the island was used as a base for Arab, Persian and Indian trade where a large amount of cash crops was grown like their renown cloves and nutmeg, therefore Zanzibar and its islands was and continues to be largely referred to as the Spice Islands. A great option is to go on a Spice Tour, one of the most popular excursions where you are guided through spice plantations, receive first-hand information on the cultivation and use besides getting the opportunity to smell and taste the different aromas and samples. The tour concludes with a fresh Zanzibari homemade meal. To learn more about the islands’ past you can visit historical buildings such as the Palace Museum, once belonging to the Sultan family displaying relics of Sultan history and information on Zanzibari and Swahili culture. Visit the Old Fort, one of the oldest buildings in Zanzibar. It was built in the 17th century to protect the island’s inhabitants from attacks and enemies. For wildlife, you can visit the Jozani forest, the last remaining indigenous forest with a unique swamp-like habitat. Zanzibar is the perfect relaxation spot, especially after a vigorous safari, it is the ultimate place to unwind on its many, many white beaches. For more inspiration on what to do during your visit, see here.
If you are searching for relaxation at the beach, you are in the right place. Zanzibar has a variety of beach options during your visit. Famous for its clear waters and white sands, it is the perfect location for beachgoers. The Jambiani beach is a great beach, with a long coast perfect for walks and jogs. Paje, is the beach to visit when kitesurfing or if you are interested in water sports and scuba diving. During low tide, the water retracts towards the sea and it can take a small walk to reach the sea. This allows lagoons which are perfect for dips however, the beach comes alive with the low tide where you can chat with locals who you can find fishing seaweed or selling trinkets across the beach.