Jambiani is a quiet village  on the southeast coast of Zanzibar with the longest beach on the island. In the end of May there were hardly any tourist so we had the beach to ourselves. Unfortunately there was also very little street food available, most of the hotels and restaurants were closed so we ate mostly at our resort. This is common in low season and cholera outbreak happened a month ago so we kind of expected it. Kind of 🙂 Nearby village Paje has a bit more to…

Michamwi Sunset Bay resort lies privately on an empty part of Michamwi beach. When I say empty, it is really empty! If you’ve been offered one too many tours or bracelets or weed, you will get none of this here (I think they even have security for that :D). The resort is just beautiful to look at with all the small paths and wooden signs that are directing you to the pool, bar or rooms. The bar has one main focus. Sunset watching! Just kidding, but sunset on…

Kilima Kidogo resort sits on probably the nicest beach on Zanzibar – between Jambiani and Paje beach. Kilometers of empty white sand, turquoise sea and green luscious bushes who sometimes want to crawl in the sea, or so it seems. We stayed in a double room on the second floor with a view of palm forest. May is a month where all other resorts are closed except for Kilima Kidogo. Dina, the owner, is a kind soul with lots of experience in touring Zanzibar so if you need…

Stone Town is a vibrant capital of Zanzibar. It was our first time in Africa so we waited for some kind of culture shock to come. But it didn’t! Zanzibari people are friendly although they want to sell you stuff 🙂 We came in the evening and fell into bed. 40 h flight took its toll. We had a day in the beginning of our trip and a day in the end in Stone Town so we wanted to see as much as possible. We strolled the streets…

Hi, there! So you have probably noticed from our social media chanells (Facebook and Instagram) that we have been to Zanzibar, enjoyed Zanzibar and came back from Zanzibar. And not a word on the blog 🙂 We are actually trying to travel light, much lighter than before. So Mic took his old computer and I took my phone and that was it. Zanzibar reports were live on Facebook and Instagram (and of course Snapchat – povsodjelepo, which is available only in Slovene at the moment), and now we…