Zanzibar Taxi | Shuttle & Buses
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Taxi Service in Zanzibar - Stone Town - Nungwi: WhatsApp/Call: +255 759 694 688
Zanzibar private hire car company, specialising in passenger transfers to and from Amani Abeid Karume Internationa airport, ports, Beaches and all Zanzibar addresses. We will take you to your desired destination in a wide range of our chauffeur- driven cars whether you are travelling for business or pleasure. In one simple step get a quick quotation by using our ‘quick quote’ /Phone number or WhatsApp text and Calls.
We know that flying can be pretty stressful sometimes, and getting to the airport on time is often a big worry. To help make sure your journey goes smoothly our drivers are well equipped, professional and experienced in getting you to the airport and back. Your holiday starts the moment you step out your front door. There’s no worry about flight times changing, train timetables or having to lug your bags on public transport – we take care of the whole journey for you.
Our Airport Services
Zanzibar needs no introduction to everyone visities and we can transport you to all of the attractions in and around this historic town or further afield if required.
Our meet and greet service will transport you to meeting, corporate event or conference in style and comfort. Business Accounts available.
We, at Trip Insight Tanzania taxis have worked tearlessly since this pandemic and learned a lot. Our investment on our new policies have made us the number one taxi company for the private and public sector. Our cars and drivers are fully prepared and equipped to transport you as safely as possible in 2022.T
Very! Our taxi booking form, placed on the top of the page, makes your transfer reservation very simple and easy. You can make a booking in 2 minutes.
- You can book a taxi with the Booking Application. Also you can go to simple Contact form for booking and fill out the contact form. Or call by phone +255 759 694 668. The easy and quick way is to use the booking application, because you will enter all necessary data and you will avoid later corrections to your data for taxi booking.
- Sometimes you can arrange transportation in ten minutes, but we suggest that you book, at least two days prior to departure or we recommended booking when you already have arranged reservations (airline ticket, Safari, etc.) Cancellation of the service is completely free of charge 24 hours before the service, except for group services on a cruise where you share the transport with other passengers.
Canceling a taxi order is 12 hour before execution completely free. It can be done by taxi booking application, by phone or via contact form. Easiest way is to cancel a taxi order by booking application.
Our driver will be waiting in the airport building at the arrivals. With the Sign in his hand, which containing your name or the name you had provided in your booking.
Go to the information point. Our drivers have instructions after one hour of waiting to go there and call you by name. Call our support center at the number +255 759 694 668, where our assistent will help you quickly.
Our assistents are monitoring all flights. If there is long time delay we recommend that you let us know. If you missed the plane, please immediately call our center +255 759 694 668.
Zanzibar - Stone town transfers to Top 8 Beaches
Vast stretches of white sand, blanketed by colourful shells and met by azure blue waters. Nungwi, nestled on Zanzibar Islands northernmost tip, is a major beach holiday destination.
Pongwe is idyllic place. But not for those with itchy feet! Pongwe is quite remote, which makes it great place to relax and unwind without touts on the beach. One of the best romantic Beach.
Bwejuu has a lovely beach for most of the year but in Christmas time the beach could be heavily covered with seaweed. If staying in Bwejju there is no many bars or restaurants available.
Michamwi beach is sparsely populated and quiet. You will find only few resorts here which makes it perfect for those who need to literally escape the civilization and want indulge in the ocean.
Kizimkazi beach is popular for dolphin spotting tours rather than beach destination. If you are into cultural experience you can visit the oldest mosque in E. Africa and tourists are allowed in.
Matemwe beach offers fine white sands and remains reasonably unspoiled although there are still occasional sellers and touts. In low tide time swimming is impossible.
Furthest South there is Jambiani. Definitely the liveliest option in the area with good range of restaurants and bars on the beach. Jambiani is also beach where locals mix with tourists.
Another lively stretch of beach with abundance of beach bars with laid back vibes. Most of the lodges and bungalows are beachfront or second row. Paje, is prime location for kite surfing.
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For many years we have been planning trips the length and breadth of the Country. The secret to our success? Our commitment to first-hand knowledge of every destination, lodge and activity we recommend. Collectively, we spend more than 365 days a year on safari to ensure you get the best, unbiased advice. Whether you are dreaming of a first-hand meeting with the Big 5, getting up close and personal to a gorilla, witnessing one of the planet’s most spectacular natural events, or simply relaxing on a pristine beach, our experts will tell you how and where to do it.
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