Nungwi is a small fishing village in the north of Zanzibar, it is a real paradise with its beautiful sandy beaches with fine white sand and a turquoise sea, breathtaking sunsets and plenty of places to snorkel inpeace. Also the laughter of children playing in the waves at sunset reminds me of the nostalgia of a happy childhood.
A walk in the early morning at Jambiani beach can be magical. The turquoise blue sea, the sun glinting on the white sands or simply 2 sisters holding hands looking for shells all make for a beautiful morning.
Paje Beach is located on the eastern part of the Zanzibar archipelago. It has several kilometers of fine white sand, making it one of the longest beaches on the island. The water is turquoise, but the year-round strong winds have made it one of the best destinations in the world for kite surfing. As well as being very long, it's also very wide, with an average of 30 metres between the water and palm trees at low tide. You definitely won't have any trouble finding a spot for your towel! Paje Beach receives far fewer tourists than other beaches in Zanzibar, so it's a good place to relax or try your hand at kite surfing.