Paradise Beach Bungalows

Address: Paje, Zanzibar, Zanzibar Archipelago, Tanzania | Campground
 
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      Travel Blogs from Paje

      Zanzibar - Relaxation and Beauty

      A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Feb 26, 2015

      6 comments, 7 photos

      ... our way. The ride to the reef was uneventful and quite beautiful. However, you can imagine that it was incredibly hot for the pale Turner family. The ride was 30 minutes long, and we were looking forward to jumping in the water. The young assistant opens the bag and starts to hand out the equipment. Now, if you had four people snorkeling, how many masks would you bring? Yes, that's what I thought, too. Nope, ...

      White sand, turquoise water and lots of character

      A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jul 02, 2014

      ... odd graffiti on one or two. We visited some interesting places and buildings, the most interesting, though harrowing, being the slave chambers. We first went into the Anglican cathedral which was the first Anglican cathedral to be built in East Africa, it was built on the site of the old slave market and we learnt that the slaves would have been brought there and beaten and then sold. Once they'd been sold they were held in small underground cells next door, 50 ...

      Tanzania - Zanzibar

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 28, 2013

      1 comment, 205 photos

      ... for 5 minutes and then anchored approx. 500 meters from Zanzibar for 6 hours. At 2.30 the ferry started moving again and arrived in the port of Dar es Salaam at 6.00. Some people say these ferries operated by the company Flying Horse can be dangerous. We have also heard there was an accident at the beginning of this year when one of the ferries sank and a lot of people died. In any case such a ferry enabled us to save not only money but also time. Luckily nothing ...

      Zanzibar Island, Tanzania

      A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz on Oct 19, 2013

      8 photos

      ... the world - Zanzibar was gifted a giant tortoise. The amazing thing is that this tortoise is still alive today aged 187 years old! The island now has about 100 giant tortoises with a good breeding program. Just out from prison island we went snorkelling. It's been a few years since our last snorkel (Dahab, Egypt Dec 2009) so although we didn't see too many fish it was good to see a few bright colourful fish. We got to spend three nights at a resort near the northern tip ...

      My first few days in Zanzibar.

      A travel blog entry by matt746 on Sep 06, 2013

      ... commerce and I watched the dhows arriving much as I had done the morning before. I was tempted to return to the port and see if my dhow remained and to barter my way to their next port. Not caring where it may be but just wanting to join them in their daily life once more. A life of bailing out an old leaky dhow, scraping by with the transport of goods and the occasional crazy musunga (white man).

      I soon was wrested from my dreams of the life of ...