- Return flights to Zanzibar on Kenya Airways
- Return resort transfers
- 7 nights accommodation in a Standard Room
- Breakfast & dinner daily
- All taxes, levies & surcharges (estimate)
Travel dates and rates:
01 Sept – 31 Oct 2022
From R27 150 + approx taxes of R3 740. Total R30 890
01 Nov – 19 Dec 2022
From R27 150 + approx taxes of R3 740. Total R30 890
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If you find a better price online, please send us a copy of the online price and we will endeavour to match the rate.
Please request an updated quotation.
Honeymoon Value Adds:
Your visa which is obtained on arrival.
Zanzibar is a Malaria area and precautions are recommended.
Terms and Conditions:
- All pricing is per person sharing unless otherwise stated
- Blackout dates and seasonal surcharges may apply depending on the date of travel
- Prices are subject to change without notice, due to matters outside of our control, such as adverse currency fluctuations, fuel surcharges, taxes and airfare increases
- Prices are provided as a guideline, please contact us before choosing your holiday package and we will happily provide you with a written quotation for your specific travel requirements
- Leisure Island Holidays reserves the right to correct any pricing errors or omissions (E&OE)
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This stunning resort is situated along a pristine, untouched beach stretching as far as the eye can see and chosen by Conde Nast Traveller magazine as one of the top 30 beaches in the world.
With great attention to detail, unique charm, personalised service and warm hospitality, Breezes is a traveller’s dream.
South East Coast
The resort has 3 room categories. It must be noted that the resort will not guarantee sea view or sea front rooms.
All rooms are identical in terms of décor and size.
The Suites have a walk in dressing room and larger bathroom
These are located further away from the sea on the property and are on the ground floor with a terrace and a garden view
These rooms are located on the ground floor of the bungalows and have a private terrace
The Suites are located on the upper floor of the bungalows and have a large balcony with sunbeds
The resort has one villa which comprises two deluxe that interconnect through a living room
- Air conditioning
- Mosquito nets
- A full third bed functioning as a sofa in the living room area of the room
- Mini fridge
- In-room safe
- Tea/coffee making facilities
- Hair dryer
- En-suite bathroom with shower only
The resort operates on a Half Board basis with the option to upgrade to Full Board – a supplement is payable for lunch. It must be noted that long trousers are required for men at dinner.
The resort has 4 bars, 4 restaurants and a tea and coffee lounge
Salama Dining Room
Open for buffet breakfast every morning and for dinner. Dinner varies between a four-course table service dinner with two starters, a choice of main course and dessert and four themed buffet dinners – Swahili Night, BBQ Night, Spices Evening and Trade Winds night with varying décor and entertainment
The Breakers Grill
This beach front restaurant is under the palm trees on the seafront and is open daily for lunch daily
The Sultans Table
Serves a variety of delicacies from the Indian Ocean in an exotic fusion of Indian, Swahili and Asian spices.Guests can enjoy the sound of the ocean and the exotic atmosphere of this restaurant which is set on stilts
Private beachfront dining for two in an intimate setting offering personalized service and a special menu for two.
Opens daily and is popular in the evenings before dinner with its relaxed candlelight atmosphere and music.
The Dhow Bar
This innovative Bar is centered around a traditional Swahili Dhow and has a sand floor. It is perfect relaxed venue to take refuge from the sun.
The Baraza Bar
A Fine Whiskey & Cigar Bar serving Liqueurs in a beautiful setting. Open in the evenings.
The Chai Lounge
Coffee, tea and cakes are served every afternoon – a supplementary charge applies.
The Frangipani Spa has a team of professional therapists from Thailand, Bali and India, offering a world class selection of massages, health and beauty treatments, including the signature Après Safari Treatment Package and Sultan’s Bath Experience.
Complimentary throughout the resort
FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
- The Water Club watersports centre provides snorkelling, reef shoes, pedal boats, sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing (a charge applies)
- The Rising Sun 5 star PADI Dive Centre (no credit cards accepted, cash only)
- Fitness and Aerobics Centre
- Floodlit tennis court
- Shopping Bazaar (open every evening)
- TV room for international news and sports channels
- Movie entertainment centre
- Evening entertainment
Follow the trail of the sultans, slaves and explorers in the winding streets of Stone Town. Revisit the history of Zanzibar in this treasure trove town and learn about the events that shaped Zanzibar. This walking tour provides you with a window into modern life in Stone Town. This tour is very flexible and can be adapted to suit your interest and time.
The Sultan Panorama Tour is ideal for visitors with little time wishing to experience a bit of everything Zanzibar has to offer. A full day excursion, starting in Stone Town, with visits to the old slave market, Darajani market, a spice farm and a local village. Cooking, weaving, building houses and playing with the children,
you’ll have chance to see what life is like for Zanzibar citizens.
An informative and action packed day, this tour gives a taste of everything found in all other Zanzibar excursions and is strongly recommended as a first excursion.
Prison Island gets its name from the prison built to condemn Zanzibar citizens to the isolation of the island. Previously owned by an Arab to house his rebellious slaves, the prison was never used, and the island is now home to a tortoise sanctuary, prison ruins and hotel. Prison Island is 20 minutes from Stone Town by boat and is surrounded by a spectacular coral reef. For the more active, there is a hiking trail.
In days past, Zanzibar was known as a spice island, exporting cloves, vanilla, nutmeg and cardamom across the world.
The spices were brought over from Asia and South America and flourished in the tropical Zanzibar climate. Today the
plantations are a tribute to the island’s past – walk through the spice farm with your guide whilst you touch, smell and taste different spices and tropical fruits. A visit to a spice farm village gives you an insight into local life and the opportunity to try some Swahili dishes.
In the south of the island, Jozani Forest is a wonder and delight, with tales of Zanzibar leopards, medicinal cures and beautiful scenery. The forest is home to a number of endemic species, including the Zanzibar Red Colobus Monkey. Your guide will take you on a nature trail, lined with eucalyptus and mahogany trees and explain the medicinal properties of various plants. Learn about the various animal species, birds and reptiles that make their home
in the various habitats of this tropical rainforest. The mangrove boardwalk takes you above the swamp, where, depending on the tide, you can see tropical fish flitting between the mangrove roots and crabs scuttling across.
Sunset Dolphin Dhow Cruises
The Original Dhow Safaris operates the spectacular Sunset Dolphin Cruise in one of Zanzibar’s truly unique dhows, used for centuries to navigate the coast of Africa. Experience one of the most romantic sights in the world as pods of dolphins glide through the water. Enjoy traditional canapés with a glass or wine or beer during the two hour dhow cruise.
Sand Bank Picnic
Set sail towards Prison Island. Watch giant tortoises shuffle through the trees, discover the amazing underwater sea life before heading off to the sand bank, a seemingly uninhabited and quiet bank in the ocean which suddenly comes to life with millions of birds flying overhead and ghost crabs scurrying across the golden sands. After lunch relax on the sandbank listening to the hush of waves lapping against the shore. For the more active visitor, discover more of the breathtaking underwater life around the sandbank, before slowly sailing back to Stone Town.