Culture/religion/people/festivals

Culture/religion/people/festivals

People, Religion and Language Zanzibar’s local people are an incredible mixture of ethnic backgrounds, indicative of her colourful history. Islam is the dominant religion, and practiced by most Zanzibaris, although there are also followers of Christianity and Hinduism. Population is estimated at 800,000, with the largest concentration being Zanzibar City which has approximately 100,000 inhabitants.Read more about Culture/religion/people/festivals[…]

Wildlife

Wildlife

Jozani Forest The Jozani Natural Forest Reserve is located in the central east region of Zanzibar island and is home to the rare Red Colobus Monkey (pictured opposite), which is endemic to Zanzibar. These monkeys are full of character, and roam freely. They can also be seen at very close quarters just outside the reserve’sRead more about Wildlife[…]

ZANZBAR TOURISM

ZANZBAR TOURISM

Zanzibar also refered to as “Spice Land”  is an archipelago made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands, and several islets. It is located in the Indian Ocean, about 25 miles from the Tanzanian coast, and 6° south of the equator. Zanzibar Island (known locally as Unguja, but as Zanzibar internationally) is 60 miles long andRead more about ZANZBAR TOURISM[…]

SAMBURU NATIONAL PARK

SAMBURU NATIONAL PARK

Samburu National Game reserve lies in the remote parts North of Mount Kenya. Drving from the foots of mount Kenya offers travelers spectacular view of vegetation, beautiful landscapes, plenty of game and birdlife before getting into the desert Samburu. The Big cats can be sited easily ranging from Lions, Cheetahs, leopards and other herbivorous wildlifeRead more about SAMBURU NATIONAL PARK[…]