Off the east coast of Africa lies the archipelago of Zanzibar, a paradise formed by snow-white sands bathed by the Indian Ocean. Unguja is the largest and best-known island; however, there are many other hidden treasures that will make your honeymoon in Zanzibar a one-of-a-kind trip.

The idyllic beaches are the perfect excuse for booking a honeymoon package. However, this archipelago has many other interesting facets to reveal.

You can relax on its idyllic beaches, enjoy magical sunsets, discover one of the most amazing coral reefs in the world, venture into tropical forests and dance to the contagious rhythm of Zanzibar’s music.

Constance Aiyana honeymoon resort in Zanzibar has managed to capture this essence, mixing local charm with luxurious elegance to become the gateway to a place where every experience is otherworldly.


The beaches of Pemba, the second largest island in the archipelago, offer a more private and untouched landscape, perfect for those who would prefer to have a more relaxing honeymoon in Zanzibar, far away from mass tourism.




The sea is the thread with which you can sew together your honeymoon in Zanzibar. Just imagine how incredible it will be to discover its white coral islands aboard a dhow, one of the traditional sailing boats, while you wait for the sunset to change the sky’s stunning palette of colours.

When you place your feet back on ground, you’ll find a score of spectacular beaches to choose from. The beach of Nungwi is truly a sight worth seeing with its fishing barges stranded on the shore, and it’s no surprise that it has been listed several times as one of the best beaches in the world, with the equally as enviable Kendwa located nearby.

"Emerald reef"

In the southernmost area of Pemba, one of the most amazing underwater oases awaits you, known as the “emerald reef” due to its intensely green coral.

Beaches of Pemba

This island is also an excellent observation point for watching the migrations of humpback whales and whale sharks.

Mnemba Atoll

Another world-class dive site is the Mnemba atoll, inhabited by parrot, butterfly and clown fish, as well as by friendly dolphins and green turtles.



In the Swahili language, there are two expressions that perfectly sum up the Zanzibar philosophy of life: hakuna matata, which translates into “no worries,” and pole pole, which means “slowly.” Let this spirit sink in and take your time enjoying all the natural treasures of Zanzibar that had first captivated the Persians, followed by the Omani sultans.

A good starting point is the Jozani Chwaka Bay National Park, a remnant of the lush tropical forest that once covered the entire Zanzibar island.

Other adventures await you on the “Spice Tour,” which you can book directly when reserving any of the Zanzibar honeymoon all-inclusive packages. When you are flooded with the fragrance of clove, pepper, vanilla and ginger, you will understand why so many battles were fought in the past to take control of the treasures that these lands contain.

Another must-see is the Stone Town, capital of Zanzibar and the birthplace of Freddie Mercury.

Changuu, the Prison Island

A chapter of Zanzibar’s history. An island inhabited by amazing giant tortoises, some of which are over 100 years old.

Stone Town

Stone Town, Zanzibar

Built with coral stones, the city has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Flavours from around the world

Zanzibar’s cuisine is based on exquisite seafood such as lobster, tuna, oysters and octopus, which have been fused with international influences.

To plan a perfect honeymoon in Zanzibar can be very hard. But you don't have to worry about a thing. Our team will help you to plan the most romantic honeymoon holidays in Pemba you will not forget. What to see, what to do, what to eat... just get in touch and we will be pleased to help you.


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