The tropical and very peaceful Zanzibar Archipelago is found within the Indian Ocean immediately off Tanzania’s coast. The Island which year after year has become a popular tourist destination for people on a Tanzania Safari is surrounded by a number of smaller islands, with the major islands being Unguja, Pemba and Mafia which are jointly referred to as “Zanzibar.” Each of these islands offers very magnificent diving experiences throughout the whole year with good visibility and water temperatures ranging from 25°C and 29°C (77°F and 84°F). This cheerful paradise islands destination has numerous white painted dhows commonly seen sailing in

A detailed month to month guide on the best time to go on Safari in Tanzania, where to go and what tourist activities to do.. Tanzania is one of the most renowned tourist destinations across Africa. it experiences two main dry seasons, the dry and wet season. The dry season includes the short dry spell that begins in late January to the start of March, and then the long-dry season starts in June all through to October. However from November to January, the short rains begin with the long rains coming in from late March to May. (April is the