6-day Zanzibar – Ocean Beach Paradise

At Ocean Paradise Resort Zanzibar, you will be greeted by a blaze of colour as you sweep down the imposing driveway, saluted by a Masai warrior as you pass through the entrance gate and be captivated as you arrive in reception and look out over the resort and the azure blue sea. Mature coconut palms swinging in the breeze, white sandy beach, beautiful landscaped gardens, traditional style round chalets with pitched makuti roof, a stunning waterfall feature and the largest swimming pool in Zanzibar are just some of the sights that await you. A big smile and the greeting of “Jambo” will be the first words you hear, as you begin to feel the warmth that the people of Zanzibar are famed for.

Highlights

  • Stone Town
  • Zanzibar
  • Khwai Private Reserve

Tour Summary

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Full Day by Day Itinerary

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Day 1 : Stone Town

On arrival into Zanzibar Airport you will be met and transferred to Zanzibar Serena for 1 night.

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Day 2 – 5 : Zanzibar

Days at leisure on the beach.  Bluebay Beach Resort is situated on the finest wide, white, sandy beach on the island of Zanzibar. Located on the East Coast in an area known as Kiwengwa, the hotel is only 35 minutes drive from the town and the airport.  The resort offers a wide range of facilities in addition to the magic Indian Ocean “Spice Island” itself. The hotel is situated on the most beautiful 25 acre site with its bedroom cottages located on rising ground overlooking verdant gardens, the public areas, the pool, the more than 1,000 beautiful palm trees, the sparkling white beach and the azure sea with its coral reef offering particularly warm and safe swimming.

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Day 6 : Departure

Depending on your flight time, you will be transferred to Zanzibar Airport for your onward international flight.

Included

All road transfers
Breakfast and Dinner

Excluded

Travel insurance
International flights
Gratuities
Visas
Vaccinations
Optional activities
Meals other than Breakfast and Dinner
Beverages (alcohol, soft drinks and bottled water)
Increases in park fees, government taxes and levies and fuel surcharges