And Chill


What springs to mind when you hear the words ‘beach holiday’? If it’s long sandy shores, discos and waterfront villas, Zanzibar might not be for you.

But if you’d like something less developed, Zanzibar could be the perfect place. We think it works brilliantly as a post-safari destination. Some of the beaches are affected by the tides and those stunning coastlines you see in photos might only exist when the tide’s gone out. But luckily, with their incredible pools and facilities, the resorts more than make up for it.

And if it is those pristine white sands you’re searching for, we have just the private island in mind. 

Places to stay

  • Xanadu


    A Moroccan lantern, here, South African kudu horns, there. Xanadu is owned by a house developer and an art collector...

  • Zuri Zanzibar


    Zuri Zanzibar is Zanzibar’s first five-star lifestyle resort. It’s also set on the only non-tidal beach on the island, which...

  • andBeyond Mnemba Island


    You feel it the second your boat arrives, and you kick off your shoes to wade through the crystal waters...

  • The Residence Zanzibar


    The Residence Zanzibar sits on a mile-long strip of pristine beach. But as Zanzibar is tidal, at times the sea...

  • Zawadi


    Zawadi sits atop a cliff, with stunning views of the Indian Ocean. It’s an intimate boutique residence made up of...

  • White Sand Luxury Villas & Spa


    The palm-filled gardens of this boutique resort stretch along the white sands of Paje beach. This is one of the...


Fly directly from Nairobi, Dar es Salaam or the Serengeti.


June to October are the driest, most popular months. it can be very hot and humid during the summer months, from December to February, and divers may not find the water as clear at this time. The two rainy seasons are generally mid-March to May and November.


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