Escape Your Winter Woes at the Zanzibar Beach Festival 2011

By the time Zanzibar’s Beach Festival takes off it’s going to be mid-winter in South Africa. Don’t be left out in the cold – this is the perfect time to round up your friends and escape to warmer climates. The Jambiani Vunja Jungu Beach Festival (yea it’s a mouthful but so is the festival) is the perfect excuse to head North. It’s all happening on the 30th and 31st July 2011 on Jambiani Beach in Zanzibar and the lineup promises your winter woes will soon be forgotten.

Zanzibar Kayaking

What’s it all about?

It’s Zanzibar’s first Beach & Water-Sports Festival and the weekend promises a whole lot of fun for adventurous travellers. Daytime watersports and beach activities are mixed with parties long into the night. Here’s what you can expect:

  • Dhow Racing
  • Kitesurfing
  • Kayak Racing in the Jambiani channel
  • Beach Soccer, Touch Rugby and Volleyball
  • Beach Paintball
  • Goat Racing
  • Fish Fighting
  • Much, much more

All live acts and DJ’s will be announced as they’re confirmed over the next couple of weeks.

It’s time to take the leap and do something different – Book your place at this epic Zanzibar Beach Party now. Follow the link to find out all you need to know about the Zanzibar Beach Festival bought to you by Mambo Magazine or find out more on Facebook.

Zanzibar-Kitesurfing

Cheap Accommodation in Zanzibar

Coral Rock is a fantastic Zanzibar Hotel from which to base you and your mates for the festivities. The Hotel is one of the jewels of the small Jambiani fishing village on Zanzibar Island and is located on the east coast of Zanzibar Island, about  6 km south of Paje and about 50 minutes’ drive from Zanzibar Airport. If you plan on attending the party on 30th & 31st July then Coral Rock Hotel should be your first choice for Zanzibar accommodation.

Read about Annie’s Coral Rock Hotel experience.

Flights to Zanzibar from South Africa

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Our Readers Comments

  1. I’ve been to Zanzibar 6 times and will surely encourage South African’s to ditch Mauritius and go to Zanzibar…What a great place…White unspoiled beaches and the friendliest people…

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