Welcome to the quiet haven of Zanzibarian delight.
Located on a quiet stretch of coastline, the Zanzi Resort is a beautiful collection of villas designed for those looking for privacy. With its unique location, the Zanzi Resort is ideal for Muslim honeymooners, having everything you could wish for. Beautiful private villas, come with your own large swimming pool and if you book early enough we can even request a villa with your own private area of beach! With a full halal menu, where breakfast and dinner can be served by your pool or even on the beach, the Zanzi Resort is an idyllic place to spend your most precious moments.
Savor delectable Zanzibari halal cuisine, explore the history and culture of the stunning surroundings, and get lost in the magic of this unique and breathtaking resort. Just outside of each secluded villa, you will find a lovely private gazebo draped in a flowing canopy. This provides a perfect place to enjoy the warm evening breezes and gaze at the stars. Each villa has panoramic sea views from both living area and bedroom and the Zanzi Resort takes every measure to ensure the absolute comfort and privacy during your stay.
The Zanzi Resort located on six hectares, possesses seven luxurious villas, all of them lavishly equipped. This guarantees that guests will have the utmost privacy as they delight in all of the sights, sounds, and serenity of beautiful Zanzibar, making it an ideal halal friendly destination.
From £2,799 per person
based on two people sharing
Return flights from London to Zanzibar
Seven nights at the 5* Zanzi Resort
Soft all-inclusive - daily halal breakfast, lunch and dinner with soft drinks and juices available throughout the day
Private airport transfers in Zanzibar
Valid for travel from February to November (supplements may apply from the 20th July to 10th August).
Prices subject to change and availability at the time of booking
Alcohol free villas
Private Beach (selected villas)
Enjoy the ultimate wildlife adventure when travelling to South Africa’s Tanzania. Overflowing with safaris and sporty activities, Tanzania is the perfect halal friendly destination to visit for Muslim families looking to discover and explore to the max. Enjoy getting up close and personal with the wild, discovering Tanzania’s mouth watering cuisines and popular dishes, plus endless hikes, stunning views, and the friendly faces of the local people. Tanzania is definitely a go to for those looking to live their life to the fullest.Flight time from the UK: Approximately 11 hoursLocal languages: Swahili is the local language in Qatar however English is widely understood and spoken to a conversational level.Best time to visit: The best wildlife viewing month in Tanzania re during the dry season which is in between the month of late June to October.Visa requirements (for British passport holders): British passport holders are required to obtain a Visa to enter Tanzania. Single entry Visas can be obtained on arrival at the main ports of entry (including International Airports).Which airport will you fly into? There are direct and one-stop flights from overseas to Dar es Salaam, Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar Island., while Arusha town is the starting point for Tanzania's most popular Northern Safari Circuit. Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is situated 46km/29 miles east of Arusha.Key Events and FestivalsWanyambo Festival - The Wanyambo Festival is one of the best opportunities to check out the local culture of Tanzania in early January. The event is staged in the northern area of Dar es Salaam known as Makumbusho, with lots of traditional music, dance, costumes, and food.Mzalendo Halisi Music Festival - A two-day music festival in May, Mzalendo Halisi is staged in Kigitonyama in northwest Dar es Salaam. It features traditional Tanzanian music by local performers along with art and cultural exhibitions.Karibu Travel and Tourism Fair - For those in Arusha in May or June, the Karibu Travel and Tourism Fair is a must to partake in. There are all sorts of Tanzanian items for purchase, from gemstones and furniture to safari gear.Festival of the Dhow Countries - This two-week festival in early July is one of music and motion pictures. The highlight is the week-long Zanzibar International Film Festival, the main arts event of East Africa. You can enjoy local screenings throughout the city.Must try foodChipsi Mayai - Chipsi mayai is Swahili for “chips and eggs” and is a favourite comfort food in Tanzania. In its purest form it is nothing more than a french fries omelette. You may notice that french fries in Tanzania are a little different to the west – always made with fresh, hand-cut and peeled potatoes and fried to a crispy yellow.Zanzibar pizza - Popular on the island from which it draws its name, this “pizza” is probably one of the most interesting and delicious things you will eat in Tanzania. It starts out with a sheet of dough which is then filled with onions, peppers, meat, a raw egg and maybe a slice of cheese, all wrapped up into sandwich sized pocket and then placed on the pan to fry in a puddle of oil.Wali na Nazi - this dish is rice made with coconut milk and is a popular traditional dish. It is normally eaten with chicken, fish, meat , or curry and is the perfect creamy accompaniment.Must do experienceSafari’s - one of the main reasons why most people visit Tanzania and the Serengeti is due to its superb wildlife. See wildlife in their natural habitat, from the plains of the Serengeti—where millions of animals trek to lush pastures every year, to the vast Selous Game Reserve and the heights of the Ngorongoro Crater rim. Enjoy the chance of enjoying the wild with a jeep service, or go all our and explore the land by horseback, hot air balloon, or on foot.Serengeti Plains - Enjoy stunning views of the vast plains of the Serengeti from a hot air balloon. Probably only the best way to get a satisfying perspective on this gigantic region, hot air balloon rides are best done during the annual migration between the months of November through May, when the winds and weather are milder.Hiking - Mount Kilimanjaro provides unrivaled views anywhere else in Africa, with the possible exception of Table Mountain in Cape Town. In a land of mostly flat, featureless plains, it towers over 19,000 feet with several trails giving you the chance to choose your way up. Guides are obligatory and treks can be organized, however the trek takes a good four to five days to reach the summit, though you don’t need to be super fit.
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