Duration & Fees
Price on Application
30% deposit is required to secure a booking - balance due 12 weeks before departure
- Quoted rates are on a halfboard basis
- Use of tennis court, fitness and aerobic centre
- Use of TV room and Movie Entertainment Centre
What's not included
- Transfers to and from Stonetown or Zanzibar Airport (POA)
- Room Service
- Tours and Excursions
- Spa Services And Treatments
- Water sports Activities
- Scuba Diving
- Gift shop purchases
- Telephone & Internet Connections
- Travel Insurance
You are sure to fall in love with Breezes, particularly the kind, smiling & gentle staff, the breathtaking beach on the most private and untouched part of Zanzibar, the rich & exotic fabrics, the painstakingly carved furniture, the untouched corals & the whispering palm trees. This is an award-winning resort, set on one of the best island beaches in the world.
- All rooms are tastefully decorated in ivory tones, with cotton throws, teak wood finishes and Zanzibar carvings.
- All rooms are fully air-conditioned with ensuite bathrooms.
- All rooms have a refrigerator and personal electronic safe box and hairdryer in bathroom.
- All rooms have a full third bed functioning as a sofa.
- All rooms offer a terrace or balcony
Zanzibar is famous for its abundant variety of exotic spices and seafood delicacies found in the untouched waters of the Indian Ocean. The hotel's chef prepares a delicious variety of cuisine incorporating traditional Zanzibari elements. You can enjoy fresh lobster on the beachfront everyday, along with a number of other special items including our Breakers barbecue and fresh catch of the day.
There are four restaurants, three bars and a coffee lounge.
There is a TV room in the hotel for guests to watch satellite TV including sports channels and international news channels. There is also a Movie Entertainment Centre where guests are welcome to watch complimentary DVDs on a large screen. International Sporting and Cultural events are also screened in the Movie Entertainment Centre.
The use of the Fitness & Aerobics Centre, open daily, is complimentary for guests of the hotel as is use of the flood-lit tennis court.
Zanzibar has long been considered an exotic destination with a fascinating history, vibrant Swahili culture and fabulous beaches. Now discerning travellers looking for some pampering can finally indulge at the Frangipani Spa located on the peaceful South Eastern Coast of the island at Breezes. Inspired by the Sultan’s Bath Houses on the island, the frangipani spa features an innovative and understated décor, which reflects a sophisticated Swahili Style. In relaxing shades of caramel and cream, adorned with Zanzibar carvings and antique brass finishings the atmosphere is enhanced with relaxing music, candlelight and spice scented aromas - creating a blissful and tranquil setting stimulating a complete relaxation of the body and mind.
In this setting a variety of treatments and therapies are offered which are aimed at relieving stress, exhaustion and other negative impacts of a modern lifestyle. The international team of professional therapists come from Thailand, Eastern Europe, Kenya, Bali and India and add a wealth of knowledge and experience with their unique skills. Each is able to assess the needs of clients and deliver a combination of therapies and treatments from the Orient, Mediterranean, Africa and Asia.
The mosaic tiled steam room is equipped to offer chromo therapy enriched with mood enhancing and relaxing aromatherapy. The Frangipani Spa features two Jacuzzis and a relaxation room offering an assortment of detoxifying, fresh natural juices and herbal teas.
There is a full range of the highest quality natural skin care products from one of the world’s leading brands using a wide variety of facial, hands & feet and body treatments ranging from rejuvenating, detoxifying & hydrating therapies to more complex treatments such as cellulite treatment and body peels. These treatments, together with a wide array of specialised massage techniques, including the renowned Thai and Balinese massage will stimulate your senses and will add a very special touch to your experience in Zanzibar.
The Frangipani Spa offers an "Après Safari Treatment" and “Kili Foot Treatment” which are specially designed experiences to soothe and rejuvenate after the dust and bumpy roads of the African Bush ..... an excellent option for those who are looking to recover after an adventure filled safari.
Yoga & Meditation
Breezes Beach Club & Spa is delighted to introduce our sanctuary of Spiritual Fitness for yoga and meditation. This beautifully decorated setting enhanced with candlelight and incense is the perfect tranquil retreat... the first of it's kind on the island of Zanzibar.
The Sultan's Bath
Emulating the luxurious old Sultans bathhouses of Zanzibar, this is the latest addition to the renowned Frangipani Spa. A truly unique experience not to be missed, it offers a spectacular ambience with the most beautiful décor.
The Sultan’s Bath is the ultimate in pampering and relaxation, with soothing aromatherapy massage for two people at the same time, followed by a relaxing bath in the mosaic-tiled pool. The atmosphere is enhanced with relaxing music, candlelight and spice scented aromas - creating a blissful and tranquil setting stimulating a complete relaxation of the body & mind.
An absolute must for those who want to be pampered and to experience the very best of Zanzibar heritage.
It is possible to change money at the cashier’s office. Traveler’s cheques, cash, MasterCard, Visa and Euro card are all accepted for settling payments.
Telephone and fax service available at reception (no telephones in rooms) and low key cultural entertainment by local dancers and musicians.
Standard rooms are located further away from the sea on the property with a terrace and garden view. Standard and Deluxe are identical in terms of décor and size.
Located on ground floor of bungalows with terrace, in close proximity to the sea.
Located on upper floor of bungalows with large balcony and sun beds. The Suites have a walk in dressing room and larger bathroom with large terrace, private sunbathing area, and a covered outdoor lounge area, in close proximity to the sea.
Two deluxe interconnecting rooms with living room.
All rooms are fully air-conditioned with en-suite bathrooms, a refrigerator, personal electronic safe box, hairdryer in bathroom and Tea/Coffee facilities.
All rooms have a full third bed functioning as a sofa.
There are no telephones or TVs in the rooms. Deluxe rooms and Suites are in closer proximity to the sea. Please note that sea-view or sea-front rooms cannot be guaranteed.
Food and Beverage
Open daily and very popular in the evenings before dinner offering a relaxed atmosphere with candlelight and music.
The Dhow Bar
Featuring an innovative bar centered around a traditional Swahili Dhow this bar is open daily with casual atmosphere.
The Breakers Grill
Beach front restaurant under the palm trees on the seafront. Featuring the lunch menu and BBQ items, this restaurant is open daily for lunch.
Private beach front dining for two in an intimate setting offering personalized service and a special menu for two.
Salama Dining Room
Full buffet breakfast every morning. Half-board restaurant serving four course table service dinner with two starters, a choice of main course and dessert. Four ‘theme buffet dinners’ are organized per week: Swahili Night, BBQ Night, Spices Evening & Trade Winds with varying décor and entertainment.
The Chai Lounge
Coffee, tea and cakes served every day in the Tea and Coffee Lounge at a charge.
The Baraza Bar
A Fine Whiskey & Cigar Bar serving Liquers in a dramatic setting. Open in the evenings.
Glass of wine & canapés served in the room in the evenings is available at a charge and can be ordered at reception.
The Sultans Table
Excellent restaurant, serving a variety of delicacies from the Indian Ocean served in an exotic fusion of Indian, Swahili and Asian spices. The exotic restaurant is set on stilts with a beautiful view of the sea. It features its own private bar decorated in Omani style for guests dining in at The Sultans Table
Please advise Amanzi Travel when booking if you have any special dietary requirements.
Tanzania - Take a Gap Year or Holiday to Help Communities Grow
Why visit Tanzania
Tanzania is unsurpassed for its magnificent scenery: from the snow-capped heights of Mount Kilimanjaro, the "Crown of Africa", to the exquisite floor of the Ngorongoro Crater; the jewel-like coastal islands of Zanzibar to the awe-inspiring Great Rift Valley, the natural splendours set the stage for the astoundingly diverse wildlife. Within the space of several hours it is possible to go from lazing on idyllic beaches and diving on exquisite coral reefs to exploring the narrow alleys of Arabian influenced Stone Town, from climbing mist-covered slopes in the Southern Highlands to trekking through barren landscapes around Ol Doinyo Lengai, guided by spear-carrying Masai warriors. Turtle season is between December and May, and these prehistoric creatures can be seen laying their eggs on the beaches.
Yet, despite its attractions, Tanzania has predominantly managed to remain unassuming and low-key. It has also remained enviably untouched by the tribal rivalries and political upheavals, and this makes it an ideal choice for both first-time visitors and Africa old hands.
Tanzania's natural endowment as a wildlife safari destination is unrivalled. Wild animals roam in vast uncrowded and unspoilt areas. The magnificent collection of game sanctuaries to the north of the country, near the border with Kenya, is referred to as the Northern Circuit. This is the most popular and accessible wildlife safari route in Tanzania, and is considered as one of the finest game viewing areas anywhere in the world. Arusha, a city of northern Tanzania is surrounded by some of Africa's most famous landscapes and national parks. Beautifully situated below Mount Meru on the eastern edge of the Great Rift Valley, it has a pleasant climate and is close to Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Mount Kilimanjaro, as well as having its own Arusha National Park on Mount Meru.
Highlights of Tanzania
- Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest mountain.
- Bordered by Africa's three largest lakes - Lakes Malawi, Tanganyika and Victoria.
- Zanzibar Island, exploring bustling Stone Town, a World Heritage Site, and idyllic beaches, snorkelling, and picturesque fishing villages on Mnemba Island.
- Ngorongoro Crater - the largest intact caldera in the world, where wildlife are specifically protected.
- Olduvai Gorge - said to be the birthplace of man.
- The 20-million-year-old Great Rift Valley.
- The vast game-filled plains of the Serengeti and hot air balloon safaris.
- The annual Great Migration of millions of herbivores is a once-in-a-lifetime experience can be viewed between Tanzania and Kenya.
- More than twenty-five percent of Tanzania is dedicated to conservation areas.
- Possible to view the elusive "Big 10" in Tanzania - elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog, hippo, zebra and giraffe - plus the famous chimpanzees on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
- Tanzania boasts over 1,000 bird species, with Lake Manyara National Park alone being home to over 400.
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|Summer (November -May)
|Winter (June – October)
|Rainfall: March - May (Long Rains “Masika”), November - December (Short Rains “Vuli”)
Tanzania has a generally comfortable, tropical climate year-round, where temperatures rarely fall lower than 20°C. The coolest months countrywide are from June to October (15–20 °C), when it is also dry, and the warmest from December to March (25–31°C), although there are significant regional variations:-
- Along the warmer and humid coast, the average daily temperatures hover in the 30°C range, and only go as low as 25°C due to sea breezes from June to September. The climate here is determined in large part by the monsoon winds, which bring rains in two major periods. During the “masika” (long rains), from mid-March to May, it rains heavily almost every day, although seldom for the whole day, and the air can get unpleasantly sticky. The lighter “vuli” (short rains) fall during November, December and sometimes into January. July and August have the lowest rainfall.
- Inland, altitude is a major determinant of conditions. The central plateau is somewhat cooler and arid, while in the mountainous areas of the northeast and southwest, temperatures range between 10 and 20°C during cold and hot seasons respectively, and it can rain at any time of year. In the Kilimanjaro area, temperatures vary from 15°C in May-August period to 22°C over December - March. As one heads to the peaks of Kilimanjaro, temperatures can drop to below freezing, especially at night. The best climbing on Mount Kilimanjaro, which is surprisingly easy, is from August to October and from January to March.
Population – 43.7 million
Capital – Dodoma is the political capital, and Dar Es Salaam is the principal commercial city
Currency – Tanzanian shilling
Language – Swahili is the most widely spoken language, although English is the official language
“karibu tena” – welcome again
Peoples and Culture: there are over 120 tribes in Tanzania. However, the majority of people on Zanzibar follow the Muslim faith. Dress code to them is of particular importance and it is suggested that women try to dress fairly conservatively in order not to offend the local people. An Arabic influence is also evident in the people, who are a mix of Shirazia (from Persia), Arabs, Comorians (from the Comoros Islands) and Bantu from the mainland. The official language of Zanzibar is Kiswahili. Most residents have a good knowledge of English, Italian and various Arabic dialects.
Zanzibar's most world famous musician is Freddie Mercury! He was born Farrokh Bulsara on September 5th 1946 in Zanzibar, to parents Bomi and Jer Bulsara, who were Parsees - members of the Zoroastrian faith.
Time difference – GMT +3 hours
Telephone – country code 255
Amanzi travel organised a fantastic honeymoon for us. We were able to see the real Africa and ended our honeymoon in luxurious style . Gemma was incredibly helpful and patient as we changed our itinerary many times. It was worth it in the end as we had the perfect time in Africa, thank you!
Kate and Nav, UK, aged 32 (Kirkman's Kamp, Breezes Beach Club and Spa, Baraza Resort and Spa)