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  1. Lying only a short distance off the Tanzania coast but at the crossroads of Africa, the Middle East and Asia, Zanzibar has long been at the centre of the Indian Ocean experience in East Africa and a Zanzibar can be part of a safari and beach tour or as a stand-alone Sign me up +; ;
  2. Jun 20,  · Chakra Way is an unbelievable project, where music, dance, tribal concept and meditations, are fused in a magmatic vibration that stimulates the Chakra.
  3. May 14,  · A former centre of the spice and slave trades, present-day Zanzibar is infused with African, Arab, European and Indian influences. In members of the African .
  4. Encompassing two main islands along with many smaller islets and atolls, this East African jewel sparkles in the coastal crown of Tanzania’s Indian Ocean. With pristine beaches stretching to infinity, palm trees whispering sweet nothings, coral reefs enthralling your senses, and a laid back vibe, Zanzibar are pure bliss for ultimate relaxation.
  5. Zanzibar is an archipelago made up of Zanzibar and Pemba Islands, and several 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 and 20 miles wide, occupying a total area of approximately square miles.
  6. Tours to the unspoilt north coast always end up at Ras Nungwi, a sleepy fishing village on the northern tip of Zanzibar is the dhow building capital of Zanzibar, so you will be able to see the traditional methods of dhow construction in action. This area of Zanzibar has some fantastic beaches and nearby coral reefs which are ideal for diving and snorkelling.
  7. Zanzibar, a short flight or ferry ride from Dar es Salaam, has two main islands - Zanzibar and Pemba - surrounded by 50 or so islets. The people of Zanzibar, a mosaic of mainland African, Indian and Arabic, enjoy a simple and unhurried way of life with agriculture, .
  8. The tourism industry creates a lot of opportunities for Zanzibar and its people. At the same time it also creates waste. Waste is difficult to process on the island. Things like brochures, bottles or glass can easily be given a new life. This is exactly what we do at CHAKO!

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