Speaking of Zanzibar, explorer David Livingstone once said, “The finest place I have known in all of Africa…an elusive place where nothing is as it seems. I am mesmerized.” This came from a man without the creature comforts of a holiday package that includes flights and accommodation at a sought after Zanzibar hotel with daily breakfast.
You’ve probably gathered by now that Zanzibar is our holiday package pick of the week and at just R6550 it’s looking like a mighty attractive option for a mid-winter getaway.
- Total price is R6550 per person*
- Return Economy class flights on Precision Air
- 7 nights’ accommodation at Coral Rock Hotel
- Return airport transfers
- Breakfast Daily
- Free Watersports**
Book your Zanzibar flight now.
* The price displayed is from Johannesburg. Simply call our agents on 0861 878 278 and they will work out a price for you if you’re travelling from other areas in South Africa
** Free watersports at Coral Rock include kayaking, paddle skis, sailing, windsurfing and snorkeling.
Coral Rock Hotel Zanzibar
Think charming beach accommodation with all the comforts needed to make your stay pleasant and memorable. Enjoy 7 nights of Coral Rock hospitality in a double room, sea facing bungalow fitted with air conditioning.
The hotel features a restaurant, bar (and pool bar), and lounge with satellite TV. Free wireless Internet allows you to update your Facebook so your friends can see where you are and a gorgeous swimming pool is at your disposal for the week. The hotel even has its own Dhow (a traditional Tanzanian boat).
Coral Rock accepts Visa and MasterCard, however, there’s a 5 % surcharge on all credit card transactions.
We’ve thrown in a handy Zanzibar travel checklist with information about what currency to take and what to pack. South African passport holders can get their Visa upon arrival in Zanzibar. Zanzibar has a lot to offer travellers. Take the opportunity to visit Stonetown, the birthplace of legendary rocker Freddie Mercury. You can actually go to the Queen front man’s house on an organised tour.
Read more Zanzibar travel tips from Nick Paul.