Marlin Zanzibar is an ideal starting spot for discovering Zanzibar
Island, sometimes referred to as the spice island. The Zanzibar
archipelago is a semi-autonomous territory that is politically part of
Tanzania. UNESCO has declared Zanzibar Stone Town, the capital, a world
heritage site for its extraordinary beauty. A tour of Stone Town begins
with an exploration of the characteristic houses built of coral
rock after which the capital is named. Walking around in the maze of
alleys and narrow streets is almost like exploring the ocean depths.
brass-studded carved wooden doors traditionally symbolize the power of
the resident families.
You can explore uncontaminated natural areas, where the red colubus
monkey, the rare Zanzibar leopard and the civet cat live.
The principal economic activities are the growing and processing of
spices, such as nutmeg, pepper, and cinnamon, coconuts, the production
of raffia, and lately tourism.
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