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Zanzibar Holiday Travel Packages » Uroa Bay Beach Resort

7 Nights from R10200 10200 ZAR In stock

29 August - 31 October 2017
departs from JNB
HALF BOARD
(BREAKFAST & DINNER)

Pay 6 & stay 7 nights at Uroa Bay
Upgrade to All Inclusive from R2 330 per person

All other prices on request.


Zanzibar

Rated 4 based on 5 stars

RESORT OVERVIEW

RESORT HIGHLIGHTS

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Uroa Bay Beach Resort is Currently composed of 61 rooms, all with double bed (king size) and all facing the sea, equipped with a private furnished terrace, decorated in local style with mosquito nets on the beds; the rooms are all equipped with private bathroom, air conditioning, ceiling fan, safe, minibar, television, telephone and internet connection.

Uroa Bay Beach Resort is the only hotel in Zanzibar fully wheelchair accesible, barrier free and with eight dedicated rooms with two bedrooms each for accompanying person. All services have been designed barrier free, including also the access to the beach.
Bar & Restaurant

Bar e Ristoranti Two the bars, one still under the makuti, Bar Rafiki, near the restaurant, the other positioned between the pool and beach, Bar Pwani, this one also in makuti, with the possibility of dinners of lobster. Breakfast, lunch and dinner with buffet service at the central restaurant, Restaurant Jua. The Resort offers the opportunity to stay in Bed and Breakfast, Half Board, Full Board, Soft All-Inclusive or All-Inclusive Treatment.


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 Best time to travel to zanzibar


The best time to travel to Zanzibar is in the dry season from mid July to early October.  During these months the temperatures are milder and not as hot and humid as the peak tourist months (December - March, which are great months for snorkeling and deep-sea fishing).  April to June is when the long rains fall and October to December is when the short rains fall.  

Zanzibar – the "Spice Island" famous for its spices such as cloves, cinnamon, vanilla, pepper and more, is located in the Indian ocean about 40km east of Tanzania and is part of an archipelago made up of Zanzibar (also known as Unguja, but more widely known as Zanzibar), Pemba Island (situated North-East from Zanzibar) and smaller islets surrounding Zanzibar.  Zanzibar is known for its beautiful white sand beaches and surrounding coral reefs, clear ocean water and rich history.  The east coast hosts the most popular resorts and hotels and great accommodation can also be found in the North in Nungwi.  Zanzibar is a great destination for relaxing, diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing and swimming with the dolphins.  A visit to the historic Stone Town with its narrow pathways and lively markets is an interesting cultural experience.  Zanzibar is also home to the rare Red Colobus Monkey, which is recognized as a distinct species. 

Client Testimonials

Re: Mauritius Hi Maritza To say that it was enjoyable would be an understatement. IT WAS FANTASTIC. Everything was perfect, the hotel, the room, facil...

-Derrick

Hi there Billie Yup, back at the office. Wish we were still in Mauritius sipping cocktails! We had an amazing time and the hotel was spectacular! I wo...

-Blignaut, Ilze

Hi Alta, Just wanted to let you know that we are back from our Maldives honeymoon and wish to thank you so much for organising it all. The trip went s...

-Brickell, Ryan

Yes thank you - it was fabulous. Thanks for all your assistance Moira O'Donoghue...

-Moira o'Donoghue

Hi Alta Moes maar nog langer gebly het, dit was baie lekker gewees dankie.Die hotel was mooi en ons het baie lekker gebly, die diens by die restaurant...

-Awie Snyders

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