Saltar al contenido principal

Introducing Zanzibar


While the pristine beaches and shimmering waters of this island will leave you speechless, the city itself boasts a rich history. Since the 12th century, Zanzibar has been one of the world's major spice producers, and is among Africa's oldest port cities. Stone Town is perhaps the city's most interesting spot. It’s been home to a variety of cultures over history and is full of beautiful stone buildings. Carved wooden doors, works of art in their own right, decorate streets which seem to stretch on forever.

Zanzibar is known for:


Historia y arte Romántico Buceo Natación Culinario

Información rápida

CIUDADES PRÓXIMAS
Darussalam (92 km)
Tanga (122 km)
Dodoma (535 km)
UNIDAD MONETARIA
Tanzanian Shilling (TZS)

CÓDIGO TELEFÓNICO
+255

ENERGÍA ELÉCTRICA
D, G

ZONA HORARIA
GMT +3

PROMEDIO PRECIO DE UN CAFÉ
€1.90

PROMEDIO PRECIO DE UNA COMIDA
€6,60

Zanzibar airport information

Descargar PDF de la guía del aeropuerto

SERVICIOS DE TRANSPORTE PÚBLICO:

The distance between Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ) and the city center is 9 km. Small trucks known as "dala dala" run a shuttle service between the airport and the city. A trip in one of these will cost around 1 USD and will last about 45 minutes.

Tiempo medio desde el aeropuerto: 45 minutes

Distancia desde el aeropuerto: 9 km

TAXI:

A taxi journey between Abeid Amani Karume International Airport and the city center will take about 15 minutes. The cost will be around 20 USD, but be sure to use a licensed taxi.

Precio medio del taxi: 20 USD

ALQUILAR UN COCHE:

Miles & Smiles members earn 100 Miles per day, up to maximum 1000 Miles. What’s more, rentals made through the website for 1 or 2 days earn an extra 250 Miles, while rentals for 3 or more days earn an extra 500 Miles.

Alquiler de coche medio: N/A

Enterprise National Alamo


view car options