The world-famous group of islands that make up the Zanzibar Archipelago lie roughly 30-45 mi/50-70 km off the coast of Tanzania. Unguja is the real name of the largest and most-visited island, but it is referred to simply as Zanzibar Island. Its appeal is its fantastic exoticness: Stone Town, with its intriguing, winding alleyways, old Arabic houses and heaving port, is steeped in history and full of atmosphere, while Zanzibar's coastlines offer some of the best beaches in the world, which make ... Subscribe to travel42 to read the full Destination Guide.
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