Nestled in the Indian Ocean, Zanzibar’s strategic location has fostered centuries of trade and cultural exchange among Africa, Arabia, and India. This vibrant history has left an indelible mark on Zanzibar’s identity, influencing its traditions, cuisine, and language. The name “Zanzibar,” derived from Arabic and Persian origins, translates to “Coast of Black,” a testament to its coastal significance. As an integral part of Tanzania, Zanzibar boasts UNESCO World Heritage sites like Stone Town and pristine beaches stretching across its archipelago, including Mafia, Pemba, and Fanjove Islands. Visitors are immersed in a rich tapestry of Arabic, Indian, and Portuguese cultures, with opportunities to explore renowned spice farms and encounter diverse flora and fauna. 

ONA SAFARI offers tailored experiences to uncover the beauty and tranquility of Zanzibar, catering to all your preferences and budgets.

Zanzibar Beach | Safari extension
A man kiting in Zanzibar
Zanzibar Island with Huts | Northern Safari Tanzania
Jetski in Zanzibar

Tanzania offers a wide range of experience with animals, landscapes or cultural activities. Here you can find the most popular national parks with further information. If you have questions regarding your intinerary or need some information about what to see – we are happy to help you with all details and our experience.