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About African Beach
Perfect for a family of four or two couples travelling together,a African beach offers a rich feast of choices for anyone seeking an authentic experience of Africa.
Deciding between the Kenyan Coast and Zanzibar for some R&R at the end of your safari has always been a tricky decision. Typically those who go on safari in Tanzania would head to Zanzibar and those choosing Kenya for their wildlife watching would travel to the Kenyan Coast, but with the introduction of more low-cost airlines and additional routes it means this decision has become trickier than ever.
East African holiday wings you from a historic hotel in Nairobi to a rustic safari house in the famed Mara North Conservancy before settling you in at an idyllic beach house on Zanzibar’s gorgeous East Coast.
The Kenyan coast feels like a different world from the savannahs of safari country. While being on safari can often feel like participating in an enjoyable group challenge, with its daily rhythm of game drives, bush meals and campfire anecdotes, a beach holiday releases you much more into the gentle embrace of local life. Once you’ve checked into your hotel, you’ll basically be left to your own devices – though there are plenty of activities to fill your days if you have the energy.
Zanzibar Beach Holidays
Zanzibar is an archipelago consisting of two main Islands of Unguja (commonly referred to as Zanzibar Island), Pemba and about 51 other surrounding small islets. Zanzibar is a partner state in the United Republic of Tanzania with the Mainland. The name Zanzibar is derived from a combination of two Arabic words, ‘Zenj’, meaning black, and ‘bar’, being the Arabic word for land, resulting in the ancient title ‘Land of the Blacks’.