Hakuna Matata — a well known Swahili expression meaning, literally —"no problem."
And you’ll hear the phrase on every step in Zanzibar from the locals!
Saying that, they will give you a snow-white smile, inviting you into the world of enjoying a carefree and exciting vacation.
Over a short time, you’ll find yourself pronouncing Hakuna Matata with pleasure, giving your smile in return, believe us!
And this serene state boosts your desire to be back to the sand of white beaches, turquoise water and the realm of greenery and colors of a fabulous tropical island!
"Oh Lord", you think. "I wish I could always be here!"
But, stone civilization dictates the time that a modern person can allocate for a mental and body reboot opposes inner desire.
7 — 10 days of vacation in a tropical paradise raises too many questions and fears:
"How to plan a trip as interesting, informative and comfortable as possible?
How to absorb the energy and colours of Zanzibar in 1−2 weeks?
What is interesting and what is a waste of time?
Too many questions!
No worries, get the answers below!
We are here to share our experience gained over the years, which will bring to life your best-ever holidays in Zanzibar!
Who we are?
Hi, I’m Abu!
I’m the owner of the butik tourists agency "Abuu tours@safaris"
I’m a professional licensed tourist guide in Tanzania.
I study tourism and hospitality business in University.
I know German and English, and I’m still learning more languages as well!
My love of travel is my life!
Having visited all the coastal parks in Kenya and Tanzania, I realised that I was ready to share my lands and routes with everyone.
Through my studies at the University, I met travel lovers from all over the world. My clients are my friends!
Reading reviews after swimming with sea turtles, discussing fish caught with friends, going through photos of the local Maasai tribe, I feel happy that I had the chance to acquaint people from all over the world with Zanzibar and its facets.
My major goal is to introduce you to a new culture and take you on trails that are known only to the locals.