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Zanzibar Archipelago I Beach Holidays

Zanzibar Archipelago I Beach Holidays

Located thirty-two kilometres east of the Tanzanian mainland, and six degrees south of the equator, Zanzibar was once, for the Arabic and sub-continent traders, the gateway to Africa. With its capital and main airport located on Unguja, travel to the archipilego generally begins and finishes in Zanzibari City, which in its Mji Mkongwe (Stone Town) possesses a World Heritage Site unlike anywhere else in the world.

Zanzibar’s modern period begins in the 1830s, when the first coral stone houses were built – signs of its growing importance to the sultans of Oman, an importance indelibly underlined in 1840, when the Sultan Said bin Sultan Al-Said moved his seat from Muscat to Zanzibar. By 1860 a family rift resulted in Zanzibar gaining a form of independence under Majid bin Said, afterwhich the Sultanate of Zanzibar existed as an entity in its own right.

However, it soon began to bow under the weight of British interest, and was eventually made a protectorate in 1890, its subsequent governors serving as not much more than pawns until 1963, when power passed first to an Arab and Indian heavy constitutional monarchy, and then, a month later and following a particularly bloody uprising (the Zanzibar Revolution), to the Afro-Shirazi Party (ASP). Later, Zanzibar joined the newly formed Republic of Tanzania, but retains to this day a semi-autonomous status that includes its own president and government.

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Climb Mount Kilimanjaro with Trip Insight Tanzania 

We love Kilimanjaro love Kilimanjaro. It is a massive 5,895m tall and the highest free-standing mountain in the world. Mount Kilimanjaro is in Tanzania, East Africa. Kilimanjaro is also the highest mountain in Africa so is part of the very special club that mountaineers call the “Seven Summits” – the highest mountains on each continent.

Even with these awesome credentials, you can leave work on a Fridayclimb to its summit and be back at work a week later. And more than anything this accessibility is what makes it so popular. So book your adventure now with the us. If you climb with us, you are in safe hands – Book early for our top Guides with over 100 successsfully summits.

Booking your Kilimanjaro trek with the right agency is perhaps the single most important factor in determining the success or otherwise of your trek. After all, they are the ones who arrange everything, supply the equipment, and designate somebody to be your guide to take you up to the Roof of Africa. So take your time choosing one. Because unless you are a guide, porter, guidebook writer or just plain daft, undertaking a Kilimanjaro trek will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. It’s an expensive one too – so make sure that you get it right. “Climbing Kilimanjaro in Tanzania with us”