Zanzibar Honeymoon Packages

Zanzibar is one of the best honeymoon destinations in Africa. This dreamy island offers the perfect backdrop for a romantic honeymoon getaway.

Spend your days exploring the island, the ocean, the wildlife, and interacting with the people of this beautiful paradise. Spend your nights dining in the finest Stone Town restaurants, exploring the Zanzibar nightlife. Create lasting memories during your  Zanzibar honeymoon. Memories that will last a lifetime.

Our Zanzibar honeymoon packages are designed to offer you your spouse an unforgettable awesome experience. We have hand-picked some of the best hotels in the top honeymoon destinations in Zanzibar to create the best Zanzibar honeymoon packages. Check them out.


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Things to do in Zanzibar while on a  Honeymoon.

Excursions (excluding lunch)Price Per Person
Zanzibar in 1 Day (SSS): Spice Tour, Stone Town Tour & Shared Sunset Dhow Cruise – Full Day$ 120/-
Sand Bank Picnic$ 120/-
Stone Town Tour & Spice Tour – Full Day$ 95/-
 Safari Blue – Full Day$ 80/-
Shared Sunset Dhow Cruise – 2 Hours (16:30 –18:30)$ 70/-
Private Sunset Dhow Cruise – 2 Hours (16:30 – 18:30)$ 190/-

There are many wonderful excursions to take part in while you’re in Zanzibar for your honeymoon. Below is a collection of some of the best things to do as a couple. Pick one or two and spice up your Zanzibar honeymoon.

1. Romantic Sunset dhow cruise

Take a sunset dinner cruise on a traditional Dhow. Watch the sunset over the Indian Ocean, an unforgettable moment with the one you love. This will be a highlight for your honeymoon in Zanzibar. Those that have experienced the sunset from land and sea say that there is nothing like floating back to your paradise with the golden sun setting beyond the water you’re floating on.

2. Safari Blue

Take a day of your honeymoon in Zanzibar and explore Menai Bay with a Safari Blue cruise, a full-day excursion that offers a multitude of aquatic experiences. Menai Bay is a protected bay that creates a sanctuary for humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins. Guests encounter dolphin sightings on most of the voyages, sometimes multiple times per day! Voyagers explore the sandbanks around the bay, snorkel through the Indian Ocean, feast on fresh seafood and local fruits, and explore the island trails around the bay with their fellow shipmates before gliding back to Stone Town for a memorable evening on the town with your sweetheart.

3. Honeymoon Sandbank Picnic

If you would like to have a private outdoor moment during your Zanzibar honeymoon, escape with your sweetheart to a lunchtime sandbar meal where you’ll spend your time completely secluded from the rest of the world. Feast on your favorite island foods, sunbathe and swim in the clear waters that surround you and your partner.

4. Dinner at Zanzibar Serena Inn

End one of your sun-soaked days with a romantic Zanzibar honeymoon dinner at the Serena Inn, one of the finest dining experiences you can find at a Stone Town restaurant. Listen to the waves of the Indian Ocean lap against the stones just beyond your table as you dine on international and Swahili cuisine. The Baharia Restaurant and The Terrace Restaurant offer an unforgettable evening filled with the aroma of seafood and spices, surrounded by Omani carvings and Persian rugs. This dinner may end a magical day in the sun, or begin an evening of dancing and drinks in the Zanzibar nightlife!

5. Lunch The Rock Restaurant

Crown your Zanzibar Honeymoon, float off to the Rock Restaurant for one of your getaway lunches. This is one of the most unique dining experiences of your life! The Rock is located off the east coast of Zanzibar, on an island just big enough to hold the restaurant! Drink fine South African wine, dine on fresh seafood, and finish with homemade ice cream or coconut tiramisu all the while being surrounded by a stunning view. A three hundred sixty degrees view of clear water and active sea life!

6. Dinner at Mtoni Palace Ruins

Explore the Mtoni Palace Ruins and dine in the palace of Sultan Sayyid Said, one of the oldest buildings on the island. Although, the palace has deteriorated it is a glimpse of the way Arabian royalty lived on the island of Zanzibar. Experience a concert in the courtyard, whose proceeds support the conservation of the ruins. Take a Princess Salme Spice tour, beginning at the ruins, explore the Persian baths, take part in a coffee ceremony at the Bububu house and more.

7. Zanzibar Quad Adventure

If a faster pace is more your style spend a half-day or full-day on a Quad Adventure! These four-wheeled motorized all-terrain vehicles provide the perfect way to explore the northern area of Zanzibar on off-road trails in an exhilarating fashion. Departing twice a day from Kiwengwa and carrying two people at a time, take off with your darling with a group tour. Trek from Kiwengwa to Mchangani, Pwani, Matemwe, and Nungwi. Visit Kendwa Beach, Stone’s Cave, the dunes north of Nungwi, and Mokokotoni Village.

8. Lunch at the Hotel Mbweni Ruins

Sneak off to the secluded beachfront property of the Hotel Mbweni Ruins 30 minutes outside of Stone Town for a lunch at their Rain Tree Restaurant where the jungle joins the dining experience. This open terrace, filled with the tropical foliage of the surrounding plant life overlooks the turquoise waters of the ocean. Walk along their secluded beach and dip your toes in the warm waters of the ocean.

9. Scuba diving Zanzibar

Don’t leave Zanzibar without spending some time beneath the waves! Dive with dolphins, sea turtles, and stingrays, sea clownfish, eels, and vibrant corals along the soft sandy depths of the waters surrounding the island. Choose from scuba diving or snorkeling, rent equipment if you’re a licensed diver, take a training course or work with a guide. There are so many ways to explore the depths of the waters surrounding the island, there are numerous ways to dive, but you won’t want to miss this unique experience!

10. Visit Cheetah’s Rock

Spend a magical day of your Zanzibar honeymoon encountering the wildlife of Zanzibar with a visit to Cheetah’s Rock. This intimate encounter with cheetahs, peacocks, lemurs, lions, and zebras will be one of the most memorable moments of your stay! Cheetah’s Rock is not a sanctuary, and it’s not a zoo, its residents are rescued animals or those bred in captivity. None are captured animals. Every day a limited number of visitors allowed every day are introduced to the creatures that call Cheetah’s Rock home. You’ll never forget your time at Cheetah’s Rock interacting with the wildlife in Zanzibar.

In conclusion, no matter how you explore Zanzibar island, you’ll leave with beautiful memories of your time in Zanzibar and a yearning to return.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row]