The team of dive masters at the five-star PADI dive centre artfully showcase Zanzibar’s kaleidoscopic underwater world. There are 65 kilometres of pristine coral reefs to explore. home to over 400 species of fish, making it one of the best dive sites in the Indian Ocean. Whether you're a complete beginner or an expert, no more than six guests attend any one dive.
The beautiful Bwejuu-Paje beach has been voted one of the best island beaches in the world, thanks to its picture postcard setting of turquoise waters and white pristine sands fringed with palm trees. There are plenty of watersports to try and, during low tide, beach volleyball and football matches are arranged by the friendly staff at Baraza.
Culture & History
Learn more about the intriguing local culture with an introduction to the history of Zanzibar, followed by a lesson in Swahili under the shade of the palm trees. Cookery classes can also be arranged, during which the chefs will demonstrate how to use the glorious spices that Zanzibar is famous for.
Luxury Family Holidays
A brilliantly spacious resort for families, Baraza's two-bedroom villas offer two en suite bathrooms and a separate lounge. Meanwhile, the glorious kids' club welcomes children aged four to twelve years old, offering a variety of exciting and educational activities to keep young curious minds busy.
The Frangipani Spa, situated in the tropical gardens, offers a world-class selection of facilities as well as health and beauty treatments. There is a lap pool with soothing underwater music and professional therapists from Thailand, Bali and India. The entire space has a relaxing yet distinctly Swahili ambiance with the arrangement of candlelight and spice-scented aromas which disperse from the locally-spiced essential oils used in many of the therapeutic treatments.
Head for Stone Town, the island's cultural heart and lose yourself in bustling bazaars and a labyrinth of winding alleyways and mosques. Admire the 19th century architecture and ramshackled markets babbling with frenzied chatter, or head to the House of Wonders, so called because it was the first building in Zanzibar to have electricity.