Yoga Retreats In Zanzibar
Zanzibar is the name given to the archipelago of islands that lies around 35 km off the coast of mainland Tanzania. The main islands are Unguja (informally known as Zanzibar and referred to as such throughout this site) and Pemba. There are also several smaller islands, many that can be visited and many that can’t. Mentioned on this site are Chumbe, Mnemba Atoll, Changuu (Prison Island) and Tumbatu. Zanzibar is low-lying, its highest point being 120m. Unguja is fringed with white sandy beaches as well as coral cliffs. Being near to the equator the island is warm all year round but the north and north-east coasts do enjoy sea breezes.
Major cities: Zanzibar city
Major Airports: Abeid Amani Karume International Airport
Peak Travel Period: January to February
Peak Period Climate: Tanzania has warm dry summers, regularly reaching 25°C (77°F) in January and February.
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