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The 5 Star Deluxe All Inclusive Emerald Zanzibar Resort & Spa, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World, occupies 10 hectares of beachfront land on the North East coast of Zanzibar and overlooks the pristine white sandy beach of Muyuni facing Mnemba Island.
The 250 suite resort’s tropical nature and timeless elegance, while representing the very essence of the destination, has revisited the ethnic roots of Africa with a contemporary touch to include all modern comforts.
• Return flights to Zanzibar on the direct services of Fly Safair
• Return airport transfers
• 6 nights accommodation plus an early check-in in a Garden Junior Suite
• All-inclusive- Breakfast , lunch, dinner & selected beverages daily
• Land & Water sports as featured by the resort
• All taxes, levies and surcharge (estimate)
• Packages are subject to availability at the time of the reservation.
• Passport & visa cost (if applicable), travel insurance & items of a personal nature are not included.
• Prices are subject to change without prior notice due to airfare increases and currency fluctuations.
• Re-booking and cancellation fees apply.
• All prices are per person sharing unless otherwise specified.
• Standard terms and conditions apply.
Welcome to the Emerald Zanzibar Resort & Spa, a new 5L star Deluxe All-Inclusive Resort, a proud member of The Leading Hotels of the World, where the tropical natural and timeless elegance represents the very essence of the destination.
Overlooking the picturesque Muyuni Beach in Matemwe, a completely pristine white sandy beach facing Mnemba Island, the Resort is located on a 10-hectares land that slopes down towards the coast with direct access to the sea and surrounded by an oval reef, which has been declared a marine conservation area
Boasting 250 Suites split into seven different categories, the Resort revisited the ethnic roots of Africa with a contemporary touch to include all modern comforts.
Zanzibar offers plenty of exciting sightseeing opportunities. When you’ve had enough of soaking up the sun and enjoying the varied water sports, you can visit a spice farm to touch, smell and taste various spices, learn all about local village life and enjoy some spiced tea and seasonal fruits. You can also sail off on a traditional wooden dhow to enjoy snorkelling at various locations, including Kwale Island. Alternatively, head for gorgeous Pemba, 80km from Zanzibar, with its beautiful beaches, prolific birdlife, and excellent dive sites where you can view coral and abundant underwater marine life
Zanzibar holiday packages offer a chance to immerse yourself in a heady mix of palm-fringed beaches, turquoise seas and a melting pot of exotic cultures. Lying off the coast Tanzania, Zanzibar is a romantic Indian Ocean island paradise that is still relatively untouched. It’s the largest coral island off the shores of Africa and is famous for its centuries-old sailing dhows, ornately carved wooden doors and the scent of cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg – hence its nickname, the ‘Spice Island’.
Zanzibar’s main town, Stone Town, is the oldest part of the island and boasts 45 mosques, the Slave Market, the Old Fort, Dr Livingstone’s House and the Zanzibar Marubhi Pakace ruins. The surrounding islands offer opportunities for further explorations. One of the most popular is Pemba, famous for its excellent scuba diving, deep-sea fishing and a variety of water sports in the untouched marine environment of the Pemba Channel. There’s also Prison Island, home to giant tortoises, and tiny Mnemba, only inhabited by the staff and guests of the luxurious &Beyond Mnemba Island all-inclusive resort.