Madinat Al Bahr Business & Spa Hotel

 Mbweni, Zanzibar City, Tanzania

Lagos: Economy Class Return Ticket on Ethiopian Airline
Zanzibar:   23-Dec-2021   -   30-Dec-2021
6 Nights , Bed and Breakfast
Room Type : Twin bed
23kg luggage / 7kg hand luggage Luggage Allowance
Inclusive of Visa Fee
  Shared transfers in an Air-Conditioned bus

Total Price ₦970,000.00

Deposit Price ₦450,000.00

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Hotel Name :-
Madinat Al Bahr Business & Spa Hotel
Star Rating :-
Hotel Address :-
Mbweni, Zanzibar City, Tanzania
Room Type :-
standard room
Board Type :-
Bed and Breakfast
Description :-
Featuring an outdoor swimming pool and a fitness centre, Madinat Al Bahr Business & Spa Hotel is set in Zanzibar City, 6 km from Peace Memorial Museum. Built in 2015, the property is within 8 km of The Zanzibar Curio shop and 6.5 km from Stone Town. Guests can enjoy a drink at the on-site bar. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a coffee machine, a hot tub, free toiletries and a desk. The rooms come with a private bathroom with a bath, while some feature sea views. Guest rooms provide guests with a fridge. A continental or buffet breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. The hotel offers 5-star accommodation with an indoor pool. You can play billiards at this 5-star hotel,a car hire is also available. Staff at the 24-hour front desk speak German and English. Karume Institute of Science and Technology is 2.2 km from Madinat Al Bahr Business & Spa Hotel. We speak your language!
Madinat Al Bahr Business & Spa Hotel Facilities:-
Aircond , Bar , Breakf buffet , Breakfroom , Canoeing , Carrental , Continental breakf , Diving , Dryclean , Fitness , Freewifi , Garden , Heating , Hour24desk , Inpool , Ironing , Laundry , Library , Luggage , Massage , Meeting , Mini golf , Newspaper , Nightclub , Nonsmoking , Outpool , Parking , Pets allowed , Playground , Private beach , Restaurant , Roomserv , Safetybox , Sauna , Snackbar
Flight Cabin:-
Refundable/Not Refundable:-
* Non-Refundable * Date change allowed with charges
Round Trip
Departure Airport:-
Murtala Mohammed International Airport (LOS )
Airline Name:-
Ethiopian Airline
Departure Date:-
Baggage Detail:-
23kg luggage / 7kg hand luggage
Shared transfers in an Air-Conditioned bus

Prison Island also known as Changuu Island might not sound like the most appealing place in the world but this tropical paradise is the perfect place to escape the crowds of main Zanzibar and relax in the sunshine. Taking its name from the fact that it was a former prison for slaves, this patch of natural beauty holds all kinds of delights, not least the numerous giant tortoises that wander freely around the island. The island can be reached from Stone Town in about 30 minutes by boat and once there you won’t be able to resist jumping in the water. It is best to come with snorkelling equipment in tow as the water there is crystal clear and teeming with exotic marine life. Once you’ve made the most of the shoreline, head to the interior of Prison Island and look out for butterflies before exploring the ruins of what was once the prison building.


Zanzibar has a rich history and it became a centre of trade once it was settled by the Portuguese in the 16th and 17th Century. Zanzibar once held the title of being Africa's major hub of trade before the mainland became more settled and tamed (if Africa could ever be considered tamed). Zanzibar is also known as the 'Spice Island' due to this period when spice was its major trade followed closely by the slave trade and ivory. Zanzibar still today flourishes with the trade of spices, its most common exports being cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon and pepper.

UNESCO listed Stone Town is rich in history and culture, with a labyrinth of narrow streets, bustling bazaars and ancient buildings. The architecture is a fascinating mix of Swahili, Arab, Persian, European and African styles, testament to the influence that trade brought to the region.


Zanzibaris speak Swahili (Kiswahili), a Bantu language that is extensively spoken in the African Great Lakes region. Swahili is the de facto national and official language of Tanzania. Many local residents also speak Arabic, French, and/or Italian.

Zanzibar is a peaceful and safe place to unwind and relax.

One of the most common Zanzibar recipes, the pilau (pilaf) rice (i.e., rice, coconuts, nuts, and spices), clearly reflects its Arab origin. The main Portuguese influences on Zanzibari cuisine were the introduction of those that would become major types of staple food in Zanzibar, namely manioc, maize, and pineapple.


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Zanzibar has two dry seasons: The long, “cold” dry season, and the short, humid dry season. The long dry season is from June to October – so during the British summer holiday months. There may be brief, light showers, but the weather is mainly sunny.


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Currency in Zanzibar Zanzibar's currency is the Tanzanian shilling (TZS). See for the most recent exchange rates. Most lodges on Zanzibar charge in US$; very few will take travelers' cheques, although most accept credit cards (they may charge an additional fee to do so).

According to XE currency, 1$ is 2,319.89

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