It happened that we have visited Zanzibar during Ramadan – a holy month for Muslims worldwide. Islam came to Zanzibar during 8th century and is a religion for 99% of island’s population, so Ramadan is strictly observed by locals. (more…)
Unless you’re taking a ferry from Tanzania’s capital, Dar es Salaam, you’ll be flying into the Zanzibar’s Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ).
Despite construction of the new terminal, started in 2011, as of 2017 there is still only one old terminal in operation and it is really small. Quite likely, the first things to do would be getting a visa, money and local SIM Card for the Internet.