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Enjoy honeymoon at Hotel on the Rock, Zanzibar for $100

Enjoy honeymoon at Hotel on the Rock, Zanzibar for $100
Written by See Africa Today

Zanzibar is indeed a beautiful place and one of the leading honeymoon destinations in Africa. The Island has some magical powers in how it treats visitors; from white, sandy beaches to Swahili cuisine, you will always want to return to Zanzibar.

As such, Hotel on the Rock is one of the best resorts for a honeymoon. It is located in Paje, on the eastern part of the island of Zanzibar. It’s charming and inviting especially because of its sparkling blue lagoon and stretches of white sand along its beach. The destination is popular among lovers, be it on their honeymoon or anniversaries from as low as $65.

[Video by David Beare]

For the perfect honeymoon, this resort is offering a 20% discount if you book directly with them. Hotel on the Rock has a wide range of comfortable and well-designed rooms which make your stay in Zanzibar memorable for between $60 and $90. The rooms are made of coconut wood and thatched with makuti. They have a balcony with a spacious sitting area with a clear view of the Indian ocean.

Food served at this great resort in Paje is on a whole new level as the chef at the restaurant which is the dining point leaves you asking for more.

 Hotel on the Rock Restaurant

Tropical beach with beautiful hotel and restaurant in Zanzibar. The Hotel on the Rock Restaurant – [Photo by Booking.com]

From traditional Swahili dishes, seafood to various Zanzibar delicacies; it is all available. Further, KItesurfers have found Hotel on the Rock an ideal place to kitesurf as they enjoy a cool breeze from the beach or you could opt to swim with the dolphins in Kizimkazi or explore the Jozani forest which is nearby.

All things considered, a visit to the Hotel on the Rock in Paje should be the next thing you budget for.

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