Deo the barman greets me with a big beer and an even bigger smile. ‘Jambo!’ he says, handing me an icy glass of Kilimanjaro beer. In front of me, jade-coloured water slides onto the sand and I can feel a lunchtime snooze at Zuri Zanzibar beckoning. The resort, on the north-west shore of this bewitching island, opened recently. East Africa in general, and Tanzania specifically, has some of the most dazzling stretches of coast in the world. What keeps the number of visitors down is the effort it takes to get here. You fly into the city of Dar es Salaam and transfer to a tiny plane which will deposit you on Zanzibar, in the archipelago known as the Spice Islands. Silken sand: East Africa in general, and Tanzania specifically, ‘has some of the most dazzling stretches of coast in the world’. It is also relatively quiet as visitors must first fly to Dar es Salaam and then take a tiny plane which will deposit them on Zanzibar But it isn’t just one beach after the next. Far from it. There’s a truly fascinating culture. I start with two nights in Zanzibar City, where many of the archipelago’s 1.3 million residents… Read full this story
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