Letsgozanzibar is Travel and Tours Agency that specializes on fun and memorable holiday packages, tours and activities for Zanzibar Island and Tanzania.We plan and arrange all your holiday needs allowing you to personalize your package according to your interests. We also provide flights booking services thus your holiday can begin from anywhere in the world. In Eswatini and South Africa we also provide shuttle services to take you to the airport and back. We strive to give our clients top of range first class service providing you with a Swahili and English speaking tour guide your entire stay with us and internet access so you can stay in touch with your loved ones.

Letsgozanzibar also has a wide range of activities an tours to chose from and make your Zanzibar experience memorable. Fill in the booking form under BOOKINGS and let us provide you with your own personalized quotation or visit SPECIALS for all our current running specials.


Zanzibar is a Tanzanian archipelago About 40km off the coast of East Africa comprised of several islands, but two are the largest ones Ugunja also called Zanzibar and Pemba. Its winding lanes present minarets, carved doorways and 19th-century landmarks such as the House of Wonders, a former sultan’s palace. Zanzibar is 2.46 billion m², which includes many surrounding beautiful islands. It is 85km long and 30km wide.

The rains fall from mid-March to the end of May, and there is a short rainy season in November. The dry seasons are from December to February and June to October. Humidity is generally quite high, although this can be relieved by sea breezes. The average daytime temperatures are around 26 degrees from June to October, February is the hottest month in Zanzibar with an average temperature of 28°C (82°F). In short its ‘’summer time’’ though out the year in Zanzibar.

The island is home to the almost extinct Zanzibar Red Columbus Monkey, the Zanzibar Servaline Genet, and the Zanzibar Leopard. Zanzibar has been home to intelligent humans (Homo sapiens) for more than 20,000 years.

Due to its proximity to Equator, Zanzibar is warm throughout the year and has equal day and nights (12-hours each) like most of the East African Countries. Apart from tourism, the other economic activity in Zanzibar is spice growing. In fact, the island is sometimes fondly referred to as The Spice Island due to its cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, and black pepper

The Island of Zanzibar boasts pristine white sand beaches, abundant sunshine, exotic Swahili dishes, hospitable people and luxury tourists resorts. If your idea of fun is to mix a jungle safari with lazing on the beach, then you have just found a hidden gem in Zanzibar. The island has the best beaches in the world – and this is not an exaggeration. If you love lazing around in the sun, then this is the place to go.

Travelling Rules

  • Yellow fever Injection Card –The vaccine affords long term protection they say it last over 10years. This injection is acquired in any local hospital at the government hospital it is absolutely free, private hospitals will charge a fee for injection. This is a requirement you will not be allowed to fly without it this may result in a disappointing turn back at the airport.
  • Passengers traveling with children are required to carry Parental Consent Affidavit from the department of home affairs South Africa. Whhhheee that’s sounds like a mouth full hey, don’t stress it’s a very simple process you have to do prior to your travel. Download the form online http://www.dha.gov.za/files/ParentalConsentAffidavit.pdf get both parents to sign then take to a Commissioner of Oaths (any lawyer can assist with this) or go to the police station with your ID, mother of child and Child’s IDs then bring that document with you on your holiday.
  • Luggage allowances and restrictions – All airlines have certain luggage limits and restrictions that may course a havoc and confusion at the airport boarding gates if you are not informed. You are allowed for FREE to bring one laptop, one hand luggage not more than 9KGs and one luggage bag not more than 20KGs. Please inform us if you want to bring more stuff so we can arrange for you more space.
  • You will be provided with full details and contact details of staff member who will take you to OR Tambo airport and the one who will receive you in Zanzibar as you guide.
  • Travel Insurance – Travel Insurance is not included in our packages however travelers are advised to get their own travel insurance or enquire with us for reference to recommended travel insurance companies depending on your country of origin
  • Luggage safety precautions – Please go through your air line web site for safety precautions and information on items that are allowed and those that are not allowed onboard including what is covered and what is not covered if lost or damaged
  • Damaged or lost baggage – Please make sure to report and document your lost baggage before leaving the airport, you should be given a lost baggage document copy for reference which will be required for any sort of claim.

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