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Barefoot luxury in Zanzibar

Melia is the ultimate in barefoot luxury on the exotic island of Zanzibar. Also known as the Spice Island in Tanzania, this all-inclusive beach resort, situated on the north-east coast is ideal for a romantic getaway or a family vacation. With romantic rooms and private villas overlooking the Indian Ocean, guests can spend their holiday soaking up the sun, drinking cocktails by the pool and exploring the coral reefs.

Cost of 5-star Zanzibar Holiday Package

4 nights / 5 days

  • From R16 390 per person sharing (09 Jan-31 Mar 2017)
  • From R14 255 per person sharing (01 Apr-24 Jun 2017)

7 nights / 8 days

  • From R24 745 per person sharing (09 Jan-31 Mar 2017)
  • From R21 010 per person sharing (01 Apr-24 Jun 2017)

* Supplements will apply over school holidays, long weekends and public holidays

Package dates

  • Throughout 2017

Package includes

  • Return flights to Zanzibar with Mango Airlines ex OR Tambo JHB
  • All taxes and levies
  • Return road transfers
  • 4 / 7 nights’ accommodation at Melia 5* Resort, in a garden view room
  • All meals as per all inclusive package includes breakfast, lunch, dinner and selected snacks
  • All drinks as per all inclusive package includes local beers, house wine, local spirits, selected cocktails, coffee, tea, juice and water

Package excludes

  • Travel insurance
  • Yellow Fever inoculations (no longer required for South African residents)
  • Extra tours and excursions
  • Malaria inoculations
  • 50 USD visa (not applicable to SA passport holders)
  • Anything not mentioned above

Terms and conditions

  • Quotations are valid for 24 hours
  • Prices are subject to change due to currency fluctuations, changes in airfare and availability
  • Due to the volatility of the rand quotes are based on the exchange rate as quoted on that day
  • Zanzibar is a malaria area