How to live the Ramadan period in Zanzibar

  Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar and celebrates the time when the Koran was revealed to Mohammed. This month - which can last 29 to 31 days - must be glorified with sacrifices, like fasting. The people must not eat anything at all, during the day. They can only taste something [...]
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Street food in Zanzibar, experience to try

  Zanzibar's street food, which is famous all over Africa and abroad too, can be included in the more famous swahili food. It has many things in common with Kenyan, Tanzanian and South African recipes, but has turned more "trendy" thanks to tourism. The idea of reaching the tourist wherever they are, made the typical [...]
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Documents and visa to Tanzania

  How much do you know about visa for Tanzania? Tanzania is one of the most important tourist places in Africa. The land of the most beautiful natural sanctuaries, national parks, wild forests, it is the state where safari trips will never be just a dream. Tourists love it because of its wonderful beaches, too. [...]
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Year 2020 hits again in Zanzibar

House of Wonders (Beit Al Ajaib), the majestic palace in Stone Town, Zanzibar, collapsed the 25th of December 2020.   This year 2020 will be remembered for the Covid-19 world pandemic, but on the Island of  Zanzibar, where apparently the pandemic ended in May, the collapse of the House of Wonder will be a more [...]
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Kiwengwa-Uroa Forest Zanzibar

On the eastern side of Zanzibar island, 20 km away from the capital city of Zanzibar, a large protected area rises between the beaches of Kiwengwa and Uroa. Some call it the "Kiwengwa-Uroa Forest" but its real name is Kiwengwa-Pongwe Forest Reserve. This is a very important place as for biodiversity and the study of [...]
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