Uroa Bay Resort - Zanzibar ExperienceBL3T21001-6-12-18-12-1
4 NIGHT TOUR
DEPART: Sunday 8 August ex: Johannesburg (Flight: 0950/1415)
RETURN: Thursday 12 August ex: Zanzibar (Flight: 1515/1800)
6 NIGHT TOUR
DEPART: Sunday 8 August ex: Johannesburg (Flight: 0950/1415)
RETURN: Saturday 14 August ex: Zanzibar (Flight: 1305/1550)
(Flight times: 3hr 25m outward. 3hr 45m return)
TOUR PRICE INCLUDES
- Transfer in Johannesburg from hotel to airport.
- Economy seated flights, return, between Johannesburg and Zanzibar
- Airport to hotel and return transfers at Zanzibar
- 4 or 6 nights hotel accommodation in room of choice
- All meals at the hotel
- All beverages (wine, beer and soft drinks) at the hotel
- Choice of either a half day tour to Stone Town or a half day Spice Farm tour.
NOTE: It is possible to fly back from Zanzibar via Dar Es Salaam, Nairobi or Addis to London or Manchester. If you choose that option we will credit you back the cost of Zanzibar to Johannesburg.
The Spice Tour is one of the most popular excursions in Zanzibar, the Spice Island. Zanzibar was one of the world’s leading producers of spices such as clove, nutmeg and cinnamon. Tour takes you to on organic farm with wide variety of plants around the year. You don’t just see, you also touch, smell and taste. Spices for all senses
Spices and herbs were originally introduced to Zanzibar by Portuguese traders in the 16th century, brought from their colonies in South America and India.
This tour is a walking tour in a spice farm (shamba). While there, you shall see how the spices, herbs and fruits grow and are cultivated. Your tour guide will describe how the crops can be used.
You will be smelling and tasting spices, herbs and tropical fruits such as clove, lemongrass, nutmeg, cinnamon, turmeric, vanilla, coconuts, papaya, chili, black pepper, jackfruit, cardamom, cassava and oranges. After the tour you will enjoy a traditional swahili lunch at the farm. Here is when you can really taste the different ways of using spices.
The tour finishes with a stop at a spice stall selling fresh packaged spices (cash only).
A Walking Tour to the History and Present of Stone Town
This atmospheric and mystical town is the cultural and historical heart of Zanzibar. It was constructed from coral stone during the 19th and 20th century. It was declared a World Heritage Site in 2000.
Stone Town is a very lively place where you’ll find a mixture of Arabic, African, Indian and European cultures living comfortably together. As you walk through the labyrinth of streets too narrow for cars to pass, you can see mosques, churches and temples side to side.
While you wonder around the city, your guide will take you on a historical and cultural journey through the old slave market, Darajani market place, the House of Wonders, the Old Fort and the Sultan’s Palace. Tour also includes a lunch in a restaurant or in a local house, if agreed beforehand.
While the tour is only half a day, we recommend you to stay in Stone Town for at least two days to discover many more magnificent wonders. Forodhani Gardens is definitely worth a visit, especially at night when it comes alive as one of the best street food markets in East Africa.
Uroa is a quite and little fishing village on the east cost of Zanzibar.
Local people live traditionally fishing (there's also a fish market on the beach; its very folkloristic to see the fish auction!) and seaweed harvesting (usually used for cosmetics).
This coast is affected by the tides phenomenon (not to be missed!) and do enjoy the beautiful sunsets that this island gives (strictly in the north-west of the isle); anyhow the wide, white and sandy beach is one of the most beautiful of the isle. Guests can have nice promenades during the low tide or do jogging too.
The Resort offers its guests a private beach with typical sunshades and sunbeds, just next to the Bar Pwani to relax in the sunshine with something cold to drink.
All 135 rooms have a private balcony with Sea or Garden View. All Rooms are equipped with individual Air Conditioning, fan, telephone, Min fridge, Television, safe box and coffee facilities.
The Restaurant Jua is located in the main makuti building, next to the Bar Rafiki. Styled with local wood it has 200 seats; the main meal as breakfast, lunch and dinner, are served here with buffet service (7-10 am, 12.30 - 2.30 pm, 7.30 - 10 pm). For those who would have their meal later or just a snack during the day, they can choose from our menu la carte (10 am -10 pm).
There are two Bars, Rafiki and Pwani, the last one on the beach, offer our guests cocktails, soft drinks, local alcoholics and spirits drinks, the, coffee, ice cream and juices made with fresh fruits.
Uroa Bay Beach Resort offer the chance to its guests to take cake of their body, also during the holidays!
The little Wellness Centre offers full body massages, face and beauty treatments; guests can choose to have their treatment in the Wellness Centre or in the cosy makuti on the beach.
All the products chosen come from the island, famous for its spices with which are created several fragrances; a journey within a journey for an unforgettable sensory experience!
HOW TO BOOK
Its simple. All our prices are per person in the room type, hotel etc, of your choice from the drop down menus.
Select the hotel/room type/ticket category and ADD TO CART
Now you increase the number of guests per room (so if booking a double you need to increase the QUANTITY to 2, a twin the same, but a single is just 1 person). Automatically the value of the cart increases.
If booking more than one room, simply click CONTINUE SHOPPING in the CART, return to your chosen trip and repeat the process. Do this for each room type. This also allows you to buy different styles of room depending on your needs.
Time to pay. You can choose 2 schemes.
A - If buying outside the 12 weeks cut off you click the INSTALLMENTS button in the middle. This takes you to the secure payment pages of Partial.ly.
B - If paying in full (ie: after 23rd April 2021) click the FULL PAYMENT button. This takes you to the PayPal secure server.
We accept all credit and debit cards.
HOW TO PAY
Our payment process is simple and flexible. You have payment options to suit all budgets.
INSTALLMENTS - all tours will be 30% deposit, 20% on by 01 October 2020, 25% on 23 January 2021 and 25% on 23 April 2021. You will receive an invoice for each installment.
INTERIM PAYMENTS - of course you can also pay in stages. Each invoice raised (as above) will allow you to pay off a minimum of £200 a time off the total bill.
BANK TRANSFER - if you wish to pay by bank deposit, let us know and we will provide account details.
None of these payment scheme attract additional fees. valid as of 1st May 2020