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Snorkel or Scuba Dive in Zanzibar

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No trip is complete without island time and Zanzibar is paradise on earth. This spice island is not only beautiful above its turquoise water with its sandy white beaches, it is beautiful below. Considered to have the best diving on the entire east coast of Africa, snorkellers will also be satisfied with what they will see. Make your way to the north of the island to Nungwi and snorkel only 800 metres off the coast at the Kendwa Reef.

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